Linux Foundation announce Spanish version of their ‘Essentials of Linux System Administration’ course
The Linux Foundation have translated their LFS201: Essentials of Linux System Administration to Spanish, opening it up to millions in South/Central America.
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SUSE have announced a new partner program to help deliver products using 64-bit ARM processors.
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Mirantis announces Unlocked Appliances which offer customers an easy way to deploy Mirantis OpenStack.
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Duke University scientists have created a Brainet for rats which allows the animals to 'cooperate' on tasks. It's reminiscent of the Borg.
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Hacking Team leaks show that they were contemplating helping India wiretap RIM servers.
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IBM have a working 7 nanometre chip in its labs. The new chip represents a continuation of Moore's law. It brings a four times boost on current chips.
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VirtualBox 5 has been released with some major new changes such as support for USB 3.0 and new encryption capabilities.
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Red Hat has launched a new certification program which should see customers get a better experience using Red Hat products and third party services.
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A new post on The Intercept shows the underpinnings of the NSA's XKEYSCORE. It turns out they're using a lot of open source software.
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ownCloud 8.1 arrives with huge performance and scalability improvements.
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