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Sales of automotive Linux are expected to rise to 53.7 million units in 2020, overtaking Microsoft and Blackberry QNX in the global automotive infotainment market, according to a new report from IHS Automotive.
Editor's Note: This is a guest blog post contributed by writer Annie Delgado on behalf of BlueFire PR.
Linux thrives on collaboration, and a new fundraising trend is raising capital for startups with that spirit in mind. The crowdfunding revolution is in full swing and Kickstarter is the leading crowdfunding platform, so far raising $862 million to fund 51,365 projects. Technology campaigns are at the forefront of this platform. According to Kickstarter, the average successful technology project raises more than $75,000 dollars, the most of any category.
The message from SUSECon 2013: Big-time Linux is going to get bigger.
The talented team at OpenSUSE demonstrate the coolest tech in the show: openQA.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds took the stage today at LinuxCon Europe in Edinburgh with Intel’s Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist Dirk Hohndel to discuss the present and future of Linux and answer questions from the community. Here are 10 of Linus’s best quotes, with a little context, from Wednesday morning’s keynote.
Dice.com this week released new data showing that more than half of new tech jobs created in 2013 year-to-date have been filled by women.
Sicoob is a giant credit union in Brazil, and Linux saved their business.
With the Fedora Project's Fedora 20 ("Heisenbug") beta release on Nov. 12, Fedora finally supports ARM as a primary architecture. By elevating ARM to a place next to Intel Architecture, Fedora is giving developers more confidence in an ARM/Fedora pairing.
Perhaps the most interesting thing about open source once you get past the inherent freedoms (freedom to run for any purpose, study, modify and distribute) is the ability for users to participate in a meaningful way in developing the software that they use. To that end on Nov. 20-22 in Amsterdam, the Apache CloudStack community will be coming together at a user-organized event to share their experience and development plans for Apache CloudStack at the CloudStack Collaboration Conference EU 2013(CCCEU13).
Sorry if you're sick of hearing "cloud" all the time, because it's here to stay, and SUSE is clouding full speed ahead with new technologies.
SUSECon officially kicked off this morning with keynotes from Nils Brauckmann, President of SUSE, Chris Hallenbeck, Global Vice President, SAP Americas, and Jim Wasko, Director, Linux Technology Center at IBM. I'll tell you all about them later, because right now you need to watch the dancing chameleon videos.
What do you miss when you don't go to tech conferences? Indoor skydiving is what. Oh and tech stuff.
In previous layout tutorials, we've looked at LinearLayout and RelativeLayout. A common use case in Android, though, is that you have a list of items to display, which you wish the user to be able to click on. Read on for an example of how to set up a GridView with a list of images, which when you click on an image, launches a webpage associated with it.
Today I’m honored to join the world’s largest open source SDN and NFV project as executive director. I wanted to share with the community why I’ve chosen to focus all my time on this project. I’ve spent the last seven years at VMware working to spread the benefits of compute virtualization. Lately I’ve been talking to many companies about a larger vision--that of a fully automated data center defined by software.
The Internet of Things concept has reached a tipping point in recent months with annoucements from Intel, Cisco, Ayla Networks and Echelon focused on the Linux and/or Android platforms.
Linux Foundation Training scholarship winner Abdelghani Ouchabane is a senior software developer at eZono, a medical device startup in Germany that uses Linux to build its software and systems. He's worked on a range of Linux projects over the past five years in this job, including kernel module and driver configuration, system and server configuration, and networking, he said. He's also contributed to many open source projects including Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu, Meego, Tizen and Debian.
When Attachmate bought Novell in 2010, they spun SUSE off into an independent business unit. Since then SUSE has been growing at a record rate, according to SUSE's President and General Manager, Nils Brauckmann. As a whole, SUSE has grown 22 percent over last year, and the most growth has been in North America, with an increase of 37 percent. SUSE now has over 19,000 customers in 45 countries.