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Mandriva CEO: Employee Lawsuits Put Us Out of Business

Tuesday 23rd of June 2015 04:58:01 PM

New Freescale I.MX6 SoCs Include IoT-focused UltraLite

Monday 22nd of June 2015 03:58:01 PM

Red Hat CEO Publishes Open Source Management Memoir

Monday 22nd of June 2015 01:58:01 PM

Mandriva Goes Out of Business

Monday 22nd of June 2015 11:58:02 AM

Pre-Orders Start For Neo900 Open Source Phone

Wednesday 17th of June 2015 11:58:02 PM

Rate These 53 Sub-$200 Hacker SBCs, Win 1 of 20

Tuesday 16th of June 2015 03:58:02 PM

Linino-Enabled Arduino Yun Shrinks In Size and Cost

Thursday 11th of June 2015 04:58:02 PM

Proof-of-Concept Linux Rootkit Leverages GPUs For Stealth

Friday 5th of June 2015 07:58:01 PM

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Android-powered BlackBerry Venice with a slide-out keyboard reportedly headed to AT&T

Reports from earlier this month that BlackBerry would soon launch a full fledged Android-powered smartphone are looking up. Ex-tipster who still occasionally tips/confirms new devices @Evleaks tweeted earlier today that a device called the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T later this year. He specifically mentioned that this device would be powered by Android and that — here’s the best part — it will feature a slide-out physical keyboard for QWERTY fans. Read more

Top 5 Android phones — July 2015

Then we have our wild cards, two phones are included this quarter, and both deserve some sort of mention. One isn’t available yet, while the other is about to receive a much anticipated successor. Without further ado, let’s dive into the top 5 Android smartphones for July 2015. And please, as always, keep in mind that these are in no particular order; each phone has plenty of pros and cons. Read more

Linux Kernel Gets a Patch for Dell Airplane Mode Switch

A patch has been submitted to the Linux kernel to fix a problem that was really bothering the users of Dell laptops, and that's the ability to use the airplane mode switch. Read more

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