Linode offers Xen users a free upgrade to KVM. The company also outlined its plans to offer KVM as the default option in future.
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Glenn Greenwald dismisses smears by The Sunday Times aimed at Edward Snowden. Journalists published what they believed would please UK government.
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The Raspberry Pi 2 B and the Pi Model B+ now can be equipped with an official Pi case. The case comes in a super cheap £6 in the UK.
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LastPass is the latest victim to be attacked by hackers. We look at what was stolen.
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Mozilla introduce a new payment scheme for their security bounty hunting program. Also the Atom text editor now supports large files.
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Mesosphere have begun offering their Datacenter OS in two tiers, Free and Enterprise. You can try it out on Amazon's AWS right now.
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This article will help you in installing Linux alongside Windows on a UEFI Secure Boot system.
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With SSHFS you can mount the remote partition on the local machine and work on files as if you are working locally.
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Swift will become open source later this year... and arrive on Linux!
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Krita has gone way past it's crowdfunding goals and Linux 4.1 will be the next LTS kernel.
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