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OpenStack is the most popular open source cloud project, followed by Docker and KVM, according to a survey of more than 550 respondents conducted by Linux.com and The New Stack and announced today at CloudOpen in Chicago.

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to control a robotic arm from the BeagleBone Black. Then we'll give your project the ability to manipulate real world objects and perform repetitive tasks for you.

The new Red Hat Satellite isn't just for Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrators. Anyone managing a Red Hat-based cloud will be glad that Red Hat Satellite 6 has arrived.
The new Red Hat Satellite isn't just for Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrators. Anyone managing a Red Hat-based cloud will be glad that Red Hat Satellite 6 has arrived.

The first beta release of Ubuntu MATE Remix 14.10 was published at the end of August.

The post Have You Tried Ubuntu MATE Remix 14.10 Beta 1? first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

12 years and all I got was this lousy 25-word 'goodbye'?

Red Hat’s former technology chief Brian Stevens has floated over to Google to run its cloud operations.

Interview Arrays... who needs 'em?

Two years back, The Reg took a look at a New York startup developing a tech it claimed would change the storage game for networked workstation shops that don't want to buy a SAN or filer. Now the three graduates of Scotland's University of St Andrews who run AetherStore say they are nearing product delivery.

Final nail in XP's coffin as Virtzilla bans it as Web Client host?

VMware has released a second update to vSphere 5.5.

Apple's foray into the wearable computing market is now official — but should Canonical follow suit with an Ubuntu smartwatch of its own?

The post With Apple Watch Unveiled, Could an Ubuntu Smartwatch Be Next? first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

IDF 2014 CEO Krzanich talks up Broadwell successor Skylake for 2015 and more

While most of the industry's eyes were on Cupertino with its new iPhones and Apple Watch on Tuesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took to the stage at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco to explain how Chipzilla will be at the heart of mobility, wearables, and the Internet of Things (IoT).