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Mandriva CEO: Employee Lawsuits Put Us Out of Business

Tuesday 23rd of June 2015 04:58:01 PM

New Freescale I.MX6 SoCs Include IoT-focused UltraLite

Monday 22nd of June 2015 03:58:01 PM

Red Hat CEO Publishes Open Source Management Memoir

Monday 22nd of June 2015 01:58:01 PM

Mandriva Goes Out of Business

Monday 22nd of June 2015 11:58:02 AM

Pre-Orders Start For Neo900 Open Source Phone

Wednesday 17th of June 2015 11:58:02 PM

Rate These 53 Sub-$200 Hacker SBCs, Win 1 of 20

Tuesday 16th of June 2015 03:58:02 PM

Linino-Enabled Arduino Yun Shrinks In Size and Cost

Thursday 11th of June 2015 04:58:02 PM

Proof-of-Concept Linux Rootkit Leverages GPUs For Stealth

Friday 5th of June 2015 07:58:01 PM

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Long live ROS: Why the robotics revolution is being driven by open source development

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Greek town of Livadeia switched to LibreOffice

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