Dice.com this week released new data showing that more than half of new tech jobs created in 2013 year-to-date have been filled by women.
Sicoob is a giant credit union in Brazil, and Linux saved their business.
The biggest development in Fedora 20 (aka Heisenbug), which recently hit beta, isn’t something unique to Fedora at all. It’s the GNOME 3.10 desktop.
IBM is exposing the super computer brain that crushed puny humans in a TV quiz show to the entire internet.
On 10 October QA’s Matt Bishop became the latest and the bravest techie to enter El Reg studio for a hands-on session.
Honing the Ubuntu Touch tablet interface will be the "focus" of Ubuntu's development activities over the next 6 months.
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Somewhere in Redmond (at least metaphorically speaking) are several very large piles of unsold Surface RT tablet components.
With the Fedora Project's Fedora 20 ("Heisenbug") beta release on Nov. 12, Fedora finally supports ARM as a primary architecture. By elevating ARM to a place next to Intel Architecture, Fedora is giving developers more confidence in an ARM/Fedora pairing.
Amazon is bringing its margin-destroying, no-fun business model to the thrilling world of virtual desktop infrastructure – and could upset the balance sheets of traditional VDI providers along the way.
WD has fixed the limited space and lack of RAID on its 1-bay My Cloud box by introducing a 4-bay one, the EX4.
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Perhaps the most interesting thing about open source once you get past the inherent freedoms (freedom to run for any purpose, study, modify and distribute) is the ability for users to participate in a meaningful way in developing the software that they use. To that end on Nov. 20-22 in Amsterdam, the Apache CloudStack community will be coming together at a user-organized event to share their experience and development plans for Apache CloudStack at the CloudStack Collaboration Conference EU 2013(CCCEU13).
Microsoft is giving a leg up to Windows developers building apps for iOS and Android using C# and Visual Studio, with dev specialist Xamarin.
The mystery malware inadvertently brought into space by scientists which then infected the International Space Station has been identified as a gaming Trojan.
Adobe has released a batch of scheduled security fixes to address critical flaws in its Flash Player and ColdFusion products.
While lawyers pettifog their patent arguments in the Apple-Samsung World Series, the South Korean has been quietly recruiting partners and developers to Tizen, and has launched its first Tizen-based product – a camera, not a phone.
Sorry if you're sick of hearing "cloud" all the time, because it's here to stay, and SUSE is clouding full speed ahead with new technologies.
SUSECon officially kicked off this morning with keynotes from Nils Brauckmann, President of SUSE, Chris Hallenbeck, Global Vice President, SAP Americas, and Jim Wasko, Director, Linux Technology Center at IBM. I'll tell you all about them later, because right now you need to watch the dancing chameleon videos.