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Facebook wants better comms performance from the Linux kernel, and is recruiting developers to get it.
Computer security luminary Dan Geer has proposed a radical shakeup of the software industry in hope of avoiding total disaster online.
The benefits for users are almost too numerous to count, but most IT professionals agree that cloud computing epitomizes constant change. Its ability to provide ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of networks, servers, storage, and services whenever and wherever they are needed is creating both market opportunity and market upheaval.
From Unity, to GNOME, to Cinnamon and more, there is a desktop for every kind of user to be found within the Linux landscape. To that end, I want to take some of the most popular desktops and match them to end users.
Katherine Noyes presents three key features in Linux 3.16, the latest in the series known as "Shuffling Zombie Juror."
Ardent Linux gamers will have seen last week as a good one, as rising game distribution service GOG.com brought a batch of more than 50 classic PC and indie titles to the platform, many for the very first time.
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