Collection of Linux related news hopefully!

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.

 As a recent MS in Computer Science graduate, I attended LinuxCon in order to receive feedback and improve my resume. The resume workshop, which was lead by Leslie Hawthorn on the first day of the conference, provided me with insight and tools to present myself to employers and to actively shape my career trajectory.

 “Superusers: The Legendary GNU/Linux Show,” is focused on teaching Linux fundamentals. It's also produced entirely with Linux and open source software.

Later this month GNOME 3.14 will be released to the masses, bringing a raft of improvements, new features, design and technologies with it.

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Comment Sooner or later a big player's going to catch one in the eye

Holy Moly, HGST is getting ambitious. It's building an active archive platform product in competition with some of its OEMs and its aiming to rewrite server clustering with a flash fabric - oh and develop helium-filled disk drives - and shingled drives with its own slant - and thinking of Phase Change Memory chips with DIMM connectors.