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Qualcomm's Liat Ben-Zur: Open Source Collaboration Works

Earlier this year, Qualcomm wowed technology industry executives and analysts with a tour of its

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Linux Kernel Developer Panel Preview: Introductions and Projects

Unless you closely follow the Linux kernel mailing list, it can be difficult to keep up with all of the latest kernel features and changes, especially as the pace and scale of development continues to rise.

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Linux Video of the Week: Preview of Web Browser Gaming via Unreal Engine 4 in Firefox

While Valve has been busy proving that Linux and open source are the future of gaming with the Steam operating system and gaming consoles, Mozilla and Epic Games have been making their own strides in the open source gaming revolution on the Web.

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Linux Video of the Week: Yocto Project Saves Embedded Linux Devs from Frankenstein OS

The Internet of Things market will grow in the next few years to reach more than $7 trillion, according to IDC, or up to $17 trillion if you believe Cisco CEO John Chambers.

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IBM's Mike Day: KVM More Visible Through Collaboration

About a year ago IBM doubled down on its commitment to the open source cloud, announcing that all of its cloud offerings would be built on OpenStack and renewing its investments in KVM, the Linux-based kernel virtual machine. Since then, both projects have undergone major changes, including the move last fall of KVM and the Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) to become a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project.

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SUSE Labs Director Talks Live Kernel Patching with kGraft

SUSE Labs last month announced details of its kGraft research project to enable live patching of the Linux kernel. The solution has its benefits, including reduced need for downtime and easier downtime scheduling. It also has some drawbacks, outlined below by Vojtech Pavlik, Director of SUSE Labs.

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Putting Tizen in Context

The lights are off, the booths are packed up, the devices tucked away, and it's 5:30 a.m. in the Barcelona airport. Guess it's time for a Tizen update. There's been a lot written about the most recent Tizen devices (Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, joining the NX300M and the NX30) so I won't rehash that here, but I would like to put them into context.

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Linux Video of the Week: Hands-On with the $25 Firefox Phone

All of the major mobile Linux OS players, from Tizen and Firefox to Sailfish and Ubuntu, had exciting announcements at Mobile World Congress this week (see our coverage of Samsung's Tizen smartwatches

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LTSI v3.10 is Now Released

Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI) Kernel Maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman this week released LTSI-3.10.

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Dice: How Linux Hiring Compares with the Rest of Tech

The job prospects for Linux professionals are better than ever according to the latest Dice.com and Linux Foundation Jobs Report released last week. Seventy-seven percent of hiring managers are prioritizing Linux jobs above other openings, and nine in 10 plan to hire Linux pros in the next six months.

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