- $13 billion Red Hat threw a wedding onstage at its big conference — with the CEO as ring bearer (RHAT)
- Midokura Achieves Certification With Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 8
- Red Hat CEO is making history of his own
- Cloud, containers, and analytics in focus for Red Hat enterprise play
- Red Hat ramps up container and hybrid cloud support at Summit event
- Red Hat Announces 2016 Women in Open Source Award Winners
- OpenShift diversified: How Red Hat has tailored its platform for everyone | #RHSummit
- Three open-source partners and a wedding: A groundbreaking keynote at Red Hat Summit | #RHSummit
- Developers getting more out of Red Hat between containers and .NET Core 1.0 | #RHSummit
- Innovative 'Women in Open Source' recognized at Red Hat Summit | #RHSummit
- From space exploration to technology innovation at Red Hat Summit | #RHSummit
Red Hat Insights predictive analytics tool gets updates for managing risks, containers and private cloud
Red Hat unveiled its latest version of Red Hat Insights Wednesday at the company's annual summit. Here's what you need to know about the new features and how it works.
Red Hat and Eurotech Launch End-to-End, Fully Open Source IoT Cloud Platform Project
Co-sponsored Eclipse Kapua project based on Eurotech Everyware Cloud software and driven by Red Hat’s open source expertise and leadership
Container networking closing the gap on virtualization
In order to be a great application developer, do you need to understand the stacks and orchestration? David Ward, CTO of Engineering and chief architect at Cisco Systems, Inc., argued that is not the goal. The underlying infrastructure is very complex, and if exposed to too much of it, an application developer may not write applications. Exposing that infrastructure is not the goal at Cisco Systems.
- Community engagement key to open-source projects
- Notable Runners: Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE:GCI), Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT)
- Red Hat Summit 2017 Dates Announced
- Analyst Rating Update on Red Hat (RHT)
- Sentiment Report: Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT)
- Red Hat Insights Brings Predictive Analytics To Containers, OpenStack And Virtualized Infrastructure
- Publicly-Available Information About the Meeting of the EPO’s Administrative Council
- Battistelli’s Last Moves Are Desperate Attempts to Crush the Messenger (SUEPO), Which Will Almost Certainly Backfire on (if Not Fire) Battistelli
- EPO Staff Representative Jesus Areso Explains the Crisis to the Administrative Council
- Shadows of Alleged Criminality Over the European Patent Office (EPO)
- You Know That UPC is Quite Likely Dead (at Least in the UK) When Even Baroness Neville-Rolfe Dodges the Question
- Short Report From Today’s EPO Protest in Munich
NetworkWorld: Some of the things you can do in a Linux shell are amazing, but they weren't amazing enough for Bryan Lunduke to complete his 30-day challenge.
InternetNews: Hohndel will now be the open-source inside guy at VMware
Hi fellows, before anything I'm sorry if this is not the best place to put this, but I'm kinda desperated, you see . . . this morning I decided to set up an Apache server on my computer, I run Fedora 20, everything worked just fine, the thing is, after restarting, the operating system doesn't load, it stays in this screen:
www.imgur.com/iH16gcr . . . I'm truly lost here, would you be so awesome to give me a hand? I would appreciate it immensely
TL:DR: I messed up my Fedora SO installing Apache, now it doesn't boot past starting some servicessubmitted by /u/Death_InBloom
Android N is now Android Nougat
Google announced on Snapchat today that Android N, the latest version of Android, will now go by Android Nougat. The announcement comes after the company said at I/O last month that users could submit suggestions for the name online.
Six Points on The Samsung Galaxy Note 7: AKA The Best Android Phone of 2016
This year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to be EPIC. And that is very good news for long-standing fans of the phablet line, because last year Samsung really dropped the ball and did not bring the Galaxy Note 5 to the UK. Instead it pushed the Galaxy S6 EDGE+ — a bigger, more expensive version of the Galaxy S6. This initiative didn’t go down well at all. In fact, it was kind of a PR disaster for Samsung, who, at the time, wasn’t having the best of luck anyway.
Android OnePlus 3 Review
A new Android smartphone is making waves for being half the price but full of features. Rich Demuro has his review of the OnePlus 3 in today's Tech Report. Up until now, you probably haven't heard of the brand OnePlus - so far they've built two smartphones but you needed an invite to buy one. Third time is a charm. Rich describes the phone as beautiful with plenty of features but the price is what you'll really love -- $400 unlocked is the official price tag. The OnePlus aims to be the Apple iPhone of Android -- one phone each year with improvements to make it better.
- Android will make it easier for you to turn off annoying push notifications
- ASUS ZenUI Launcher now supports all Android devices running 4.3 and above
- Google Maps for Android is finally rolling out multi-waypoint directions
- LevelDropper: Auto-rooting Android malware bypasses Google Play security
- Yandex’s Android browser now supports third party ad-blocking extensions
- Dell stops selling Android devices
- 1.2 million infected: Android malware 'Hummer' could be biggest trojan ever
- Google Maps for Android now lets you navigate to multiple destinations on a single trip
- Android Pay just added 115 new banks (and no, not Capital One)
Today, June 30, 2016, SUSE has had the great pleasure of announcing the availabilty of a public beta release of its upcoming, commercial SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2 operating system.
If you were looking to jump the Ubuntu ship completely, then we recommend taking a look at our recent Review of Fedora 24. It’s equally as good as Mint 18 and equally worthy of your consideration.
Between Linux Mint 18 and Fedora 24, we reckon it’s exciting times in the Linux world. With the exception and onset of the boring world of vanilla Ubuntu releases, Linux feels reinvigorated and fresh once again. Jump on board, because it can only get better from here.
- Hackers want you to continue ignoring this critical home cybersecurity flaw
Microsoft Office 365 Hit With Massive “Cerber Ransomware” Attack
The Cerber ransomware is here to lock down your important documents and force you to pay ransom in the form of bitcoins. This malware targets the Office 365 documents and even plays a creepy audio warning message demanding the ransom.
This malware pretends to be WhatsApp, Uber and Google Play
Hackers are stealing credit card information in Europe with malware that can spoof the user interfaces of Uber, WhatsApp and Google Play.
The malware, which has struck Android users in Denmark, Italy and Germany, has been spreading through a phishing campaign over SMS (short message service), security vendor FireEye said on Tuesday.
- Dangerous keyboard app has more than 50 million downloads
Study: Encryption use increase largest in 11 years
Enterprise use of encryption saw the largest increase over the past year in over a decade, according to a report released today by the Ponemon Institute.
But encryption technology spending as percent of total IT security budgets has gone down, said John Grimm, senior director of security strategy at Thales e-Security, which sponsored the report.
In 2005, the first year of the report, only 16 percent of enterprises were using encryption extensively. The percentage increased gradually to 34 percent last year, then jumped to 41 percent this year.
Progress report from FísicaLab project
Many changes has been done internally to facilitate the aggregation of new modules. But at UI has been some changes too. One of them is at the contextual menu of conversion factors. Now the menu only display the conversion factors available for the selected field.
- Friday Free Software Directory IRC meetup: July 1st
libbrandt GSoC midterm status update
the GSoC midterm evaluation finished this week and it's time for a status update on the libbrandt auctioning library project.
- GNUCash News: If you want to build on a Mac