Collection of Linux related news hopefully!
The next generation of Samsung's Gear smartwatches is based on its homegrown Tizen mobile OS, rather than Android, the Korean chaebol has revealed.
If you've ever used Linux, you've most likely used OpenPGP without even realizing it. The open-source implementation of OpenPGP is called GnuPG (stands for "GNU Privacy Guard"), and nearly all distributions rely on GnuPG for package integrity verification. However, far fewer people have actually used GnuPG for what it was originally designed for -- secure exchange of information in an untrusted medium (such as the internet), and even fewer have a good understanding of how the trust relationships are supposed to work. In this mini series of articles, we'll take a look at what the web of trust is and how to use it to set up a secure and trusted communication.
Ever in search of the next few billion people who will access the internet for the first time in the coming years, Mozilla has unveiled a reference design of a smartphone that it says could sell for as low as $25 (£15).
Linux and open virtualization technologies are helping push the limits of IT infrastructure to support cloud computing, high-availability data centers and more. From KVM to Xen Project and more, SysAdmins have more opportunity than ever before to be a part of the team innovating to advance both business opportunities and technology in their companies.
El Reg had a conversation with DataCore president, CEO and co-founder George Teixeira about what’s likely to happen in 2014 with DataCore. Software-defined storage represents a trend that his company is well-positioned to take advantage of and he reckons DataCore could soar this year.
The Cloud Foundry open-source project looks set to become a standard piece of technology in the thriving distributed systems ecosystem: its main backer, Pivotal, has persuaded IBM, HP, SAP and Rackspace to join a new foundation dedicated to the tech.
A number of users are reporting issues with Ubuntu One, the cloud storage service provided by Canonical and installed by default on the Ubuntu desktop.
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The development team behind open-source video editor Pitivi are seeking €100,000 to turn it into a 'flexible, high-end' application.
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