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Brit processor core designer ARM has forged a specification to smash through a significant barrier to the widespread adoption of its highly customizable chip architecture in data centers.
Linux Foundation Vice President and creator of LinuxCon and CloudOpen Amanda McPherson recently blogged about our 2014 event schedule. New on the calendar this year is the addition of both ApacheCon and the CloudStack Collaboration Conference. The CFP for both of these events closes this Saturday, as does the CFP for The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, Android Builders Summit and Embedded Linux Conference.
Here are some highlights for each event:
Mirroring the quality of my laptop's microphone, Skype has quietly pushed out an update to their Linux client this week.
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Any notions that the Arduino platform is completely wedded to the Atmel ATmega family of microcontrollers have been shattered. The ARM-equipped Arduino Tre, which is based on Texas Instruments’ Sitara chip, is coming in the spring. And here, now is Intel’s Galileo, an Arduino board based on one of Chipzilla’s x86 processors, the 400MHz Quark X1000 system-on-a-chip.
Many of us spend time re-installing apps and PPAs on a fresh Ubuntu install. Utility 'Aptik' can help automate the process.
The post Aptik Lets You Quickly Restore Your Favourite Apps, PPAs On a Fresh Ubuntu Install first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Converged storage is the coming together of storage and compute in the same box. Didn't this used to be called a server, before the days of networked storage?
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
AMD today rolled the dice on a risky proposition: enthusiasm for ARM-powered servers in the data center.
openSUSE fans claim it has the best KDE4 implementation, and is an all-around uber-nice distro. Does it? Is it?