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Nucleus Software And Red Hat Collaborate To Help Non-Banking Finance Companies Shape The Future Of Lending In India
(Monday, August 03, 2015 9:00:00 PM IST)
Is Windows 10 Inspired By Linux?
(Monday, August 03, 2015 5:00:38 PM IST)
While Microsoft prohibits people from getting involved with its core, the Free Software Foundation criticises the tech firm for their "draconian laws"
Building Networks For The Next 20 Years
(Monday, August 03, 2015 3:00:13 PM IST)
An overarching trend sweeping the industries that combine to create IT infrastructure is the embrace of open, inter-company collaboration on core technology. There have been plenty of examples of corporate affection for open source of late, however the trend was on full display at the recent OpenDaylight Summit where network hardware vendors, component suppliers, telecom companies, software developers and online service providers came together to plot the future of software defined networks (SDN) and cloud provisioned services. The OpenDaylight project, under the auspices of the Linux Foundation and sponsored by 50 (and growing) organizations, exists to catalyze and direct projects that address network plumbing. By shepherding the strategy and development of full stack SDN, from physical switches to virtual network appliances, OpenDaylight hopes to do for networks infrastructure and services what server virtualization and automation have done for cloud services and business applications.
Simplicity Linux 15.7 Officially Released,
(Monday, August 03, 2015 3:30:49 PM IST)
Unfortunately, users couldn't download the new Simplicity Linux 15.7 ISO images at that point in time due to some issues with the hosting server. Today, August 2, we can report that Simplicity Linux 15.7 Final is finally available for download (see the link at the end of the article).
OS showdown: Windows 10 vs Linux
(Monday, August 03, 2015 4:00:25 PM IST)
So the latest iteration of Windows has now been unleashed, and as has become tradition at Linux Format, we pit the Redmond-ian OS mano-a-mano with Linux to determine the ultimate operating system.
Find The Perfect Linux-Compatible PC With Ubuntu's
(Monday, August 03, 2015 4:30:59 PM IST)
Some PCs are more difficult to run Linux on than others-it's all about the drivers. Some laptops are available with Linux pre-installed, but plenty aren't-even though they may make great Linux PCs. The Ubuntu Certified Hardware database helps you find Linux-compatible PCs.
Fotoxx 15.08 Is a Free and Powerful Image
(Monday, August 03, 2015 5:00:31 PM IST)
Fotoxx, a free, open source Linux photo editing application that is useful both beginner and experts alike, has been upgraded to version 15.08 and is now available for download.
Apple’s Open Source Printing System, CUPS Version 2.1
(Monday, August 03, 2015 5:30:53 PM IST)
As 3D printing technology inches into the mainstream, users of various devices are requiring easy compatibility between their PCs, laptops, and tablets, and the various desktop 3D printers currently on the market. While we’ve seen Microsoft push forward with initiatives to better integrate 3D printing into their Windows 8 and Windows 10 operating systems, we are still a ways away from the ease in compatibility seen within the 2D printing space, and Apple’s Mac compatibility is still seemingly lagging behind.
Installing Linux On Your Macbook Might Not Be The Right Thing To Do
(Saturday, August 01, 2015 2:30:29 PM IST)
If you want a GNU/Linux distribution so that you have the full access to its core, we suggest you to buy a cheaper computer to satisfy your Linux cravings
Get The New Pocket-Sized Intel Compute Stick With Linux Available Now At Mouser
(Sunday, August 02, 2015 6:00:00 AM IST)
Solus Gearing Up For Its Stable Release
(Saturday, August 01, 2015 11:30:13 AM IST)
Solus is a Linux distribution which uses a new desktop background called Budgie
Get The New Pocket-Sized Intel Compute Stick With Linux
Available Now At Mouser
(Friday, July 31, 2015 5:00:00 PM IST)
Samsung docs detail Linux TRIM bug and fix
(Friday, July 31, 2015 4:00:16 PM IST)
We've been covering a report from search provider Algolia pointing out a potential issue in Samsung SSDs' TRIM implementation. More recently, Samsung itself reported that the bug actually resides in the Linux kernel, and that the company had submitted a patch for the problem.
Oracle Linux 6.7 Officially Released
(Friday, July 31, 2015 5:00:28 PM IST)
Oracle, through Michele Casey, had the great pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download of the Oracle Linux 6.7 computer operating system based on the freely available sources of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7.
Google's Android for Work adds
(Friday, July 31, 2015 5:30:24 PM IST)
Google's mission to make Android the preferred choice for companies everywhere is picking up some fresh momentum today. Today the company announced that its Android for Work program is expanding to include a total of 40 partners. New device manufacturers have signed on, but the bigger news is probably that all four major US carriers have also entered the fold. "AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Rogers, Bell Canada, Telus Mobility and KT are now offering broad support for Android for Work, so people can soon turn to their mobile operators to take advantage of Android for Work’s integrated security, management and productivity solutions," Google wrote in a blog post. "With its choice, flexibility and security, we believe Android is uniquely equipped to help businesses tap the full power of mobility."
Five heroes of the Linux world
(Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00:21 PM IST)
Linux and open source is driven by passionate people who write best-of-breed software and then release the code to the public so anyone can use it, without any strings attached. (Well, there is one string attached and that’s licence.)
Who are these people? These heroes of the Linux world, whose work affects all of us every day. Allow me to introduce you.
First Tizen Developer Summit In India Focuses On Application Development Ecosystem
(Friday, July 31, 2015 6:00:00 AM IST)
MTA testing 'crash-proof' technology
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(Thursday, July 30, 2015 12:30:25 PM IST)
Improved vision may be coming to bus drivers in the city’s crusade against crashes.
The MTA is evaluating technology that would give drivers an extra pair of bionic eyes and an alert system for pedestrians and bicyclists, warning them when a bus is turning into their path.