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Smartbook Playing Field Wide Open for Linux

Article Source Community-cationJanuary 4, 2010, 8:48 am There’s been a lot of technology predictions for the upcoming year, with Linux playing a big part in the future direction of tech. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to see how some of those predictions will play out: it’s just a mere three more days until […]

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Browser Shares Reveal True Benefits of Open Source

Article Source Community-cationDecember 7, 2009, 7:21 am There was a good story on Ars Technica last week about the current state of browser share on the Internet. Browser news is always interesting because it gives us one window into how far open source has come on the desktop. The thrust of the Ars story was […]

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IBM, Canonical Switch Up Their Smart Work Game

Last month during LinuxCon, IBM and Canonical announced their Client for Smart Work initiative: a client package that runs Ubuntu and uses Eclipse and Lotus products to provide users with a solid client with the capability to connect to cloud-based services. The Smart Work client will run on netbooks, thin-clients, and smartphones. In the Sept. […]

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Cisco Contest Milepost on Journey to Open Innovation

Article Source Community-cationOctober 9, 2009, 6:23 am It’s interesting what the same thing means to different people. We see it time and again in the Linux world, of course, as the myriad approaches to Linux have created different distros, desktop environments, applications… put something as malleable as Linux and open source software in front of […]

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LinuxCon: Keynote, Session Videos Available Now

While there’s little substitute for actually attending an event, so many things were said and done at this year’s LinuxCon, we had to get videos of the event out for public viewing as soon as we could. So, thanks to the fantastic work from the crew over at Linux Pro Magazine, videos are available from […]

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LinuxCon 2009 Wrap-Up: The Continuing Benefits

Article Source Community-cationSeptember 25, 2009, 11:04 am The first LinuxCon may be over, but the knowledge and community shared at the conference will be around for a long time. Expert sessions, informative keynotes, and multiple opportunities to kick back and socialize with Linux consumers of all stripes–these marked the flavor for LinuxCon. Attendees appreciated the […]

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Creator of Splashtop Instant-On Technology Joins Linux Foundation

Creator of Splashtop Instant-On Technology Joins Linux Foundation DeviceVM to expand Linux’ reach to 30 percent of all PCs worldwide LINUXCON (Portland, Ore.), September 21, 2009 – The Linux Foundation (LF), the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that DeviceVM has become its newest member. DeviceVM is the creator of […]

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The Cloud and Future Innovation: Nuclear Winter or New Opportunity?

Article Source Community-cationSeptember 18, 2009, 7:19 am Last night, I had the distinct pleasure of speaking at the monthly Fort Wayne, IN LUG meeting. Apparently, they thought I knew something about Linux. It did not take me long to prove them wrong. Just kidding. In all honesty, it did go well, and was more of […]

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ARM Joins The Linux Foundation

ARM Joins The Linux Foundation With more than 10 billion ARM processors shipped in mobile devices to date, ARM furthers community collaboration SAN FRANCISCO, September 15, 2009 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that ARM (LSE: ARM; Nasdaq: ARMH) has become a member. ARM designs […]

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LinuxCon Keynote Series: An Interview with IBM’s Bob Sutor

Article Source News and Thoughts from Inside the Linux FoundationSeptember 14, 2009, 10:48 am In the run up to LinuxCon, we‚Äôve sat down with a number of the conference‚Äôs keynote speakers. This week it‚Äôs IBM‚Äôs Vice President of Open Source and Linux Bob Sutor. Bob is kicking off LinuxCon with his keynote, ‚ÄúRegarding Clouds, Mainframes, […]