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Systemd has been widely adopted by Linux distributions, but many developers hate it.
sfcrazy writes: Native support for Netflix is coming to Linux, thanks to their move from Silverlight to HTML5, Mozilla and Google Chrome. Paul Adolph from Netflix proposed a solution to Ubuntu developers: "Netflix will play with Chrome stable in 14.02 if NSS version 3.16.2 or greater is installed. If this version is generally installed across 14.02, Netflix would be able to make a change so users would no longer have to hack their User-Agent to play." The newer version of NSS is set to go out with the next security update.

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Game Theory Kickstarter funded fun-packed thrills

It seems it’s taken Kickstarter to revive the turn-based strategy RPG, especially as the big game developers trip over each other to mishmash genres into huge titles like Destiny, so that everything seems have been turned into a shitty FPS.

Google recently announced the first set of Android apps available to run natively on Chrome OS, a feat made possible using a new 'Android Runtime' extension.

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Analysis Silicon Valley's veteran seadog in piratical Putin impression

What's the difference between God and Larry Ellison? God doesn't think he's Larry Ellison.

rpm -i profit.q2.2015

Red Hat surprised analysts with very strong earnings for the second quarter of its fiscal 2015 on Thursday, even as the Linux vendor looked to enter the enterprise mobile apps market with a €63.5m ($82m) acquisition.

We saw last month just how close native Netflix support for Linux is to arriving. Now Netflix wants to go one step further...

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Like it or not, systemd is here to stay, so we might as well know what to do with it.

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