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Chrome OS gets sticky, as new Chromebooks emerge

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Google

Google announced an Asus “Chromebit” HDMI stick running Chrome OS, plus four new low-cost Chromebooks, and opened its Android-to-Chrome OS app porting tech.

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Linux Lite 2.4

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Linux

A Linux user tries out Windows 10

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Microsoft

Long answer: Are you kidding me? I couldn't repartition that drive fast enough and re-install Linux.

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Choosing Software to Work Remotely from Your Linux Dev Station

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HowTos

In the previous article, I gave an overview of how I've managed to go mobile. In this installment, I'm going to talk about the software I'm using on my different devices. Then in the third and final installment, I'll explain how I set up my Linux servers, what software I'm using, and how I set up the security. Before getting started, however, I want to address one important point: While downtime and family time are necessary (as some of you wisely pointed out in the comments!) one great use for this is if you have to do a lot of business traveling, and if you're on call. So continuing our story...

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Google Goes Crazy for Chromebooks

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Google

Google on Tuesday announced two new budget-busting Chromebook computers, a tablet/notebook convertible with a full swivel screen, and a Chrome computer-on-a-stick.

The Haier Chromebook 11 (pictured above) and the Hisense Chromebook both are available for preorder for US$149.

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Linux in the Old Homestead

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My darling daughter Mimi, who had installed Debian when she was 9 (with her proud father watching over her shoulder), had been an Ubuntu user for years. We’ll get to why that was OK with her Dad in a minute. Unity, of course, changed everything: She hated it as much as her father did (and does), and she switched to Linux Mint, which she had been using for the last several years.

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Locally Integrated Menus back on Vivid Vervet’s menu

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Reviews
Ubuntu

Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet, just might be one of the biggest Ubuntu releases in several years. It might be more remarkable, though, for what you don’t see.

The beta is now here, ahead of this month’s scheduled release.

Anyone paying any amount of attention to the Linux world over the past couple of years has likely at least heard of systemd.

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Also: Linux Mint: No Plans to Drop Ubuntu as Base for Popular Desktop Linux OS

Total boosts Linux Pangea supercomputer with 4.4 petaflops of compute power

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Oil and gas giant Total has chosen SGI to upgrade its supercomputer, adding 4.4 petaflops of compute power to assist in exploration and production of resources.

The company launched the high performance computing (HPC) platform in 2013, dubbed Pangea, which runs on Linux Enterprise Server. Built on SGI’s ICE X technology, it was claimed that the 2.3 petaflop supercomputer was one of the most powerful in the world, housing over 110,000 cores, using Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors.

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Running apps in the cloud more than twice as expensive as mainframes

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Server

Steven Dickens, Linux go-to-market manager and platform economics lead at IBM, reckons that embracing mainframe to run your applications (more specifically the System z series) can help you save up to 60% compared to the cloud and nearly a third against on-premise standard x86 servers (probably why they got sold theirs to Lenovo then).

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Also: Linux job market booms even as the server market disappears

Acer Taking Chrome OS, Cloud Apps to the Desktop

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Google

The Chromebase also has has two 3W audio speakers and HDMI out, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 ports in addition to 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity options.

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Original: Acer Announces Industry’s First Chrome OS AIO PC with Touch Display

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