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October 11, 2013
This article is part of an interview series highlighting the speakers of the upcoming All Things Open 2013 conference in Raleigh, NCSteven Grandchamp has more than 30 years of experience in the software industry, serving in executive roles at four successful start ups and at Microsoft. These days he’s the president and CEO of OpenLogic, where he's focused on the company’s mission of helping enterprises successfully and safely build and deploy applications built using open source software.
The Open Device Lab Bournemouth will be opening its doors to freelancers, students and more to a collection of 255 devices for app and website development
The mobile productivity fallacy says you can't do real work without a keyboard and mouse, but it's not true.
There is a prevailing notion that you can't do real work on mobile devices because "real" work requires Office, a keyboard and mouse, but I suggest that with just a little creativity we can develop apps that make us highly productive on mobile devices. We just have to rethink how we approach work in a mobile context.
Ubuntu 13.10 may not be the most exciting desktop Linux, but it is very solid and contains many useful new features.
This week Phoronix published its 10,000th article in covering Linux and open-source news, which is on top of having around 2,500 original full-length articles covering Linux hardware reviews, GPU driver analysis, and other benchmarking results.
At the beginning of September Intel launched the Intel Core i7 4960X processor as the long-awaited upgrade for their LGA-2011 platform. The Core i7 4960X is not Haswell-based but an Ivy Bridge Extreme Edition processor for maintaining socket compatibility and being derived from the Ivy Bridge Xeon.
JuJu in Ubuntu 13.10, due for release next week, features tools to create and run Um Bongo Linux instances in Microsoft's Azure cloud.
I've seen the future, and it is Steam. Maybe. Possibly. Honestly, it's hard to tell whether Valve's announcements will actually become a reality. Let's go over what we know.
[b]Since 2004, I've been known first as a Linux Advocate.[/b] Everything I do on a professional and sometimes personal level, substantiates that fact. There are some that consider their friend going to work for Microsoft akin to your brother joining the Confederacy while you and your other brothers are in the Union camp. See...that's where personal and political dogma gets questionable.
Thanks to Valve's SteamOS Linux distribution, Creative Assembly is going to be bringing their popular Total War game series to Linux...
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced plans to invest $1 billion (USD) in new Linux and open source technologies forIBM's Power Systemsservers. The investment aims to help clients capitalize on big data and cloud computing with modern systems built to handle the new wave of applications coming to the data center in the post-PC era.
October 10, 2013
After approximately five months of development, the final version of the highly anticipated Cinnamon 2.0 desktop environment, created by the people behind the popular Linux Mint operating system, has finally arrived today, October 10, 2013.
Android users are rolling their eyes over the newly introduced customization capabilities released in Apple’s iOS 7 like “dynamic” (live) wallpapers and backgrounds with the parallax effect. You can already do these things on Android and have been able to for some time. In fact, you can fully personalize your smartphone, from the homescreen widgets to the default apps, icon sets and more.