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The Docker open source container project has released version 0.9, which is particularly notable for two major improvements: execution drivers and libcontainer. Second, it got a major boost when Red Hat announced the extension of its application certification program to include containerized applications.
Earlier this year, Qualcomm wowed technology industry executives and analysts with a tour of its smart connected home built using the Linux-based AllJoyn platform. In her keynote next week at Collaboration Summit in Napa, Calif., Liat Ben-Zur, senior director at Qualcomm Connected Experiences and chairperson of the AllSeen Alliance, will take us behind the scenes of how the AllJoyn software is being built.
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Google has driven the world bonkers with glimpses of Android-powered smartwatches – the first gadgets to use the web giant's new Android Wear operating system for wearable computers.
After years of refusing to budge on the issue, Canonical will finally offer up the option to 'minimise apps on click' in Unity.
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Headphones at the ready; the latest development snapshot of the popular open-source media player ‘Banshee’ has been released.
The latest version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser has been made available for download - but what's new and improved? Dive on in to see.
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GOG.com will be bringing a raft of classic PC games to Linux later this year - but which titles you most hoping to see ported over first?
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Linux support from classic PC games retailer Gog.com is coming this autumn the company has confirmed on its website.
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Hackers using a Trojan seized control of over 25,000 Unix servers worldwide to create a potent spam and malware distribution platform.
Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS will be supported for three years — up from the two originally planned.
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When you are trying to persuade your company to spend a pile of cash on a new installation, you can be certain it will want to be sure the installation can support the business for the coming years.
Red Hat is planning a significant change to how its Fedora Linux distribution handles crypto policy, to ship with the due-in-late-2014 Fedora 21 release.
Canonical boss Mark Shuttleworth has called on the world to abandon proprietary firmware code, calling all such code “a threat vector”.
A tweaked version of the new 'Suru' wallpaper in Ubuntu 14.04 is on the way, just days after it first arrived on the desktop.
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Red Hat is lowering the prices for accessing its publicly hosted OpenShift software as it struggles to come to terms with the brutal economics of the cloud.
Madhusudhan Ananderi Kandadai is pursuing his Masters in Telecommunication and Systems Management at Northeastern University, Boston and will graduate in December 2014. He is currently interning with Ericsson, San Jose and a member of the OpenDaylight integration team that designs and implements test cases, and manages work activities in collaboration with different vendors.