by Editor on 09.21.2014 (0 reads)
One of the great strengths of Linux is the whole raft of weird and wonderful open source utilities...
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by Editor on 09.21.2014 (0 reads)
SSH or Secure SHELL is the most popular and trusted UNIX-based cryptographic network protocol...
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (1 reads)
SNOW is an upcoming free to play, open world winter sports game that is going to use CryEngine and the developers sent a little teaser out.
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (1 reads)
Google is turning on data encryption by default in the next version of Android, a step that mirrors broad moves in the technology industry to ensure better data security...
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (1 reads)
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (1 reads)
Later I found that both versions of Java (JRE) can live happily on the same machine by the use of the alternatives system, which is what this post is all ...
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (0 reads)
Tropico 5 has finally been officially release for Linux, so it's time to become a dictator and see how it runs on Linux.
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (1 reads)
LinuxCertified Inc, a leading provider of Linux training and services, announced instructor led virtual Embedded Linux Development class to be held online from [url=http://www.linuxcertified.com/class_schedule....
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (0 reads)
This week, we look at the rise of cloud service brokers (Wasn't the cloud supposed to simplify things?), Google Cloud's huge offer to early startups to use Google ...
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by Editor on 09.20.2014 (0 reads)
A few months ago, John Oliver did an amazing job making net neutrality into a mainstream issue, by reducing it to its core element: that it's all about "preventing broadband provider fuckery." That was a great segment that truly went viral...
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