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Upstart RethinkDB has slurped $8m as venture capitalists bet that its tech can put major NoSQL document store MongoDB out to pasture.
The ODroid-XU contains 8 CPU cores in a big.LITTLE configuration where four of the cores are active at any time. The Single Board Computer comes with 2Gb of RAM, USB 3, a microHDMI connector able to output 1080p, 10/100 network connectivity, a microSD slot, and the ability to connect up to 64Gb of eMMC flash memory to the system.
A new application is aiming to help Ubuntu One users access their files on more platforms – including Ubuntu Touch.
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Christmas time means two things: One, I have to reach for the big box of tree decorations on top my wardrobe, and two, I have to reach for the big box of cliches on top of my ‘really don’t like using’ cupboard. You know the ones I mean: ‘What a year!’, ‘What a roller coaster!’; […]
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Christmas is special. When else will you spending lots of money you don’t have buying things they don’t deserve for people you don’t like?
Dell and Red Hat will work together to propagate OpenStack clouds running the Linux distro, in what the PC maker claims is a first.
Start the new year with a freshly installed Linux, configured just the way you want it!
We also look to the future of gaming on Linux and round up the best open source video editors around.
We talk to John Graham-Cumming, the open source developer and writer who successfully sent a petition to the UK government to apologise for the conviction against Alan Turing.
We also visit the OggCamp unconference and explain Tor, plus much more!
We've also got top-notch coding tutorials, the latest reviews and more, only in Linux Format.
On the DVD: Ubuntu 13.10 - including 14 alternative desktop GUIs, OpenBSD 5.4. Plus hotpicks, code books and more.
Google, Facebook, and likely other major tech firms are investigating ARM-compatible chips to drive low-power servers, which could ultimately shakeup the types of processors that sit inside data centres.
The German city of Munich has declared that its famous move to open source software is over and a success.
Google is considering new ARM-based designs for its home-brewed servers, according to Bloomberg.