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Customizable Android tablet is MIL-SPEC rugged

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InHand Electronics announced the Hydra-F6, a customizable, MIL-SPEC ruggedized, 7-inch, WSVGA tablet that runs Android 4.2 on a Freescale i.MX6 SoC.

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Zorin OS 7 Released – A Ultimate Linux Desktop with Windows 7 Feel

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Since Linux is founded in 1991, Linux is transformed into a mature operating system, ready to use operating system even for people that never touch a computer before. Linux at the beginning only had Command Line Interface (CLI). Over time, Linux begins to have Graphical User Interface (GUI).

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One Week with OpenMandriva Lx 2013

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Curiously, I did not experience the live session that installs itself, reported here. I could navigate the live session before deciding to install without any problem.

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Will Linux power Amazon Drone and Google Robots?

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While Amazon was planning to deliver goods via drones, Google’s Andy Rubin was already busy working on a project which is more droid like. Google “moonshot” an ambitious “10-year vision” for building state of the art robot hardware and software plans to change the whole robotics space in the course of time. And if we trust Google, which uses open source software in large scale, these robots may be well powered by Linux.

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GCW-ZERO, the open source gaming console

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Powered by Linux, it already comes with a slew of open source software that is ready to rock and roll.

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IBM will be bringing KVM Linux virtualization to Power in 2014

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Linux has many hypervisors, such as Xen, and it's supported by more, such as Azure, but it also has its own built-in hypervisor: Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM). Unfortunately, KVM only works on Intel and AMD processors. Earlier this year, IBM announced that it would be adding KVM support to its Power architecture, and now we know that it will be appearing sometime in 2014.

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A Summer Spent on OpenPrinting with the Linux Foundation

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This past summer marked Moscow-based developer Anton Kirilenko's third Google Summer of Code internship with The Linux Foundation. That's three summers, three different projects and mentors, and three totally different experiences with Linux and open source software.

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Linux users laugh at Microsoft's commitment to open source

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Today in Open Source: Is Microsoft committed to open source? Linux users don't think so. Plus: Android flashlight app violates user privacy, and have you been pwned?

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Fedora 20 Ends Up With Yet Another Delay

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Confirmation of the delay was made via the Fedora devel-announce list. Hopefully the 17 December date is met otherwise it could be difficult to ship Fedora 20 in 2013 due to the Christmas and New Year holidays.

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Netrunner 13.12 RC available for testing

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You can help us squeezing bugs and suggesting last call updates for the final release by reporting any bugs or suggestions in our forums.

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