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Windows 10, From a Linux User's Perspective

Tuesday 25th of August 2015 11:58:03 AM

Largest DebConf Ever Will Hit Heidelberg In Mid-August

Friday 21st of August 2015 06:58:03 PM

Lennart Poettering Announces the First Systemd Conference

Friday 21st of August 2015 04:58:03 PM

Purism Offers Free (as in Freedom) Laptops (Video)

Friday 21st of August 2015 12:58:03 PM

Samsung Finds, Fixes Bug In Linux Trim Code

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 11:58:03 PM

On Linux, $550 Radeon R9 Fury Competes With $200~350 NVIDIA GPUs

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 07:58:03 PM

Debian Drops SPARC Platform Support

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 09:58:03 AM

Gmail Spam Filter Changes Bite Linus Torvalds

Tuesday 18th of August 2015 06:58:03 PM

LibreOffice Ported To Run On Wayland

Tuesday 18th of August 2015 10:58:03 AM

Red Star Linux Adds Secret Watermarks To Files

Monday 17th of August 2015 12:58:03 PM

NSA Releases Open Source Security Tool For Linux

Tuesday 11th of August 2015 10:58:02 PM

ARM Support Comes To SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Monday 10th of August 2015 10:58:02 PM

What the GNOME Desktop Gets Right and KDE Gets Wrong

Sunday 9th of August 2015 06:58:02 PM

Calculating the Truck-Factor of Popular Open Source Projects

Wednesday 5th of August 2015 10:58:02 AM

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Nextbit’s Robin Is An Android Smartphone That Taps The Cloud For Bonus Smarts

After weeks of teasing out little details on Twitter, Nextbit has finally spilled the beans on what they’ve been working: Robin, a “cloud-first” Android smartphone. So what does “cloud-first” mean? At least initially (the company suggests that the cloud integration will only get deeper in time), it means smart, automated offloading of your photos, videos, and apps to free up the local storage space on your device. Robin has 32GB of storage built in. As you fill this, it’ll automatically back up your photos and apps to a private 100GB box on their cloud server. Read more

Xiaomi said to release notebook in 2016 with help from Inventec and Foxconn

The sources believe Xiaomi will likely release a 15-inch notebook as it is the mainstream size in China and will adopt Linux operating system. The notebook is estimated to be priced at CNY2,999 (US$471) and will heap pressure on competitors' simliar products priced between CNY4,000-6,000. Read more Also: Xiaomi GNU/Linux Notebook In 2016

First RC Build of Tiny Core Linux 6.4 Adds a New ASCII Penguin in MOTD

Robert Shingledecker, the creator, maintainer, and lead developer of the Tiny Core project announced earlier today, September 1, the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Release Candidate (RC) build of Tiny Core Linux 6.4. Read more

Linux 4.3 Scheduler Change "Potentially Affects Every SMP Workload In Existence"

Aside from Ingo Molnar's x86 boot changes he sent in to Linus Torvalds for the Linux 4.3 merge window, he also sent in the scheduler changes for this next version of the Linux kernel. With Linux 4.3 for those running any sort of SMP (Symmetric Multi-Processing) workloads, the performance could sway one way or another, but hopefully it's for the better. Read more Also: Better crypto, white-box switch support in Linux 4.2