Larry Page has just become the CEO of a new company called Alphabet, Google has now become a subsidiary of Alphabet and its new CEO is Sundar Pichai.
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Scientists make an important step in bring brain-to-brain communication to the masses.
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The EFF have released the initial stable build of its Privacy Badger extension which is designed to stop third party trackers following you on the web.
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This guide will help you get your hands on LibreOffice 5.0 prior that.
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Windows 10 turned out a be a huge disappointment for privacy advocates, luckily a developer looking to improve their skills have programmed a fix.
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Steam gets its first Linux exclusive game, is this a sign of things to come?
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The Linux Foundation have announced the availability of its LFS201 course in the Portuguese language, this joins the English and Spanish versions.
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LibreOffice 5.0 is almost upon us. We get image cropping (finally) and editing on Android!
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Judge William Alsup tell Oracle and Google to go into mediation over copyright issues until he can see to them next year.
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The maintainers of Ubuntu MATE have donated money to various open source projects this month. The beneficiaries of the donations all have something to do with Ubuntu MATE and have helped it exist in its current state by one means or another.
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Mirantis and AppFormix partner to optimise enterprise cloud computing and improve infrastructure efficiency
Mirantis and AppFormix team up to brings more control over system resources, allowing operators measure apps and infrastructure resources in real-time