Collection of Linux related news hopefully!
History, it is said, doesn't repeat itself – there are merely echoes through time. Listening to Microsoft's $7.1bn purchase of Nokia's phone and services, you'd have certainly heard an echo – the distant grinding noise of two colliding garbage trucks reverberating down the years.
File this one in the folder you use to contemplate the mysteries of marketing, because just a week after schlepping around 20,000 people to San Francisco and bundling them all into a room to hear about its latest and greatest wares, VMware has released three new products.
The sumptuous Moka icon set now has the perfect companion: a GTK theme with purple highlights and more than a passing resemblance to Adwaita
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The "Avoton" Atoms for servers and storage arrays and their "Rangeley" variants for networking devices are out and Intel is ramping up the features and carving up the SKUs to try to chase the low end of servers, storage, and networking to take some business away from other chip makers.
Amazon has broadened its set of services for storing frequently accessed data, just one day after Microsoft announced a competing product.
Tizen developers, and those eager to learn more about the open source platform, will have plenty of opportunity for hands-on instruction around the world this fall.
The Raspberry Pi revolution continues, with SolidRun joining the "very small computers for very small sums of money" movement with a bunch of community-supported versions of its CuBox-i miniature computers.
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