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  • Google Chrome 34 Adds Support for Responsive Images
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    "Serving the same image resources to all devices can lead to slower page load times, wasted bandwidth and improperly formatted content"


  • MongoDB 2.6 Improves Open-Source Database Performance
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    The open-source MongoDB project is out with its 2.6 release, providing users with new features and enhanced performance.


  • Why Linux Collaboration Works
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 09 Apr 2014

    At the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit on March 26, a panel of leading Linux kernel developers discussed the current state of Linux development and collaboration.


  • Linux 3.14 Gets PIE
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 09 Apr 2014

    While Linus Torvalds did not name the Linux kernel Pi, nor did he release the 3.14 kernel on Pi Day, there is in fact still PIE, or proportional integral controller enhanced, code within Linux 3.14.


  • What is PaaS? Depends on Who You Ask.
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 09 Apr 2014

    The definition of platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and how the cloud computing paradigm are evolving seem to be in the eyes of the beholder, according to members of a panel of cloud vendors at the Cloud Connect Summit, which was co-located with the Interop conference.


  • Linux Foundation Report Examines Collaborative Development
    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    The open-source Linux ecosystem is one of the most successful examples of collaborative software development.


  • Java 8 Released; No Jigsaw
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Thu, 20 Mar 2014

    Open-source programming language gets a major update that will shape enterprise IT development for the next several years.


  • Image Management Moves to the Cloud with Cloudinary
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Thu, 20 Mar 2014

    The cloud as an operational model is all about lower capital expenditures and making operations more efficient.


  • Open-Source Xen 4.4 Expands Linux Virtualization
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Tue, 18 Mar 2014

    Xen 4.4 also provides a new PVH (Paravirtualized Hardware) mode that will further improve virtualized server performance.


  • Bitcoin Founder Still at Large
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 12 Mar 2014

    Who is the real inventor of Bitcoin, and will he ever be found?


  • Learn Linux for Free with new Course
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 12 Mar 2014

    A Linux training course that once cost $2,500 is now free, as Linux Foundation ramps up its education efforts.


  • OpenShift Adds .NET Support
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 12 Mar 2014

    Red Hat expands its open-source platform-as-a-service efforts with support for Microsoft technologies, but it's not production-ready (yet).


  • Firefox Australis and Sync Update Gear for Release
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 05 Feb 2014

    Australis introduces a simplification of the Firefox interface as well as new customizations enabling users to really make the browser their own


  • OpenStack Aims for More User Feedback in 2014
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 29 Jan 2014

    How do you get more users to contribute ideas to an open-source cloud effort? The OpenStack Foundation has a plan.


  • Linux 3.13 Debuts with nftables
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Wed, 22 Jan 2014

    The Linux 3.13 kernel is now available, providing users of the open-source Linux operating system with the first major update of 2014.


  • Intel CES Keynote : Wearables, Linux and Edison
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Tue, 14 Jan 2014

    Intel wants to be inside — everything.


  • Fedora 21 is a 'Null'
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Tue, 14 Jan 2014

    Typically, Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution has two colorfully named releases a year, but that likely won't be the case in 2014. However, that's no reason for concern.


  • Panasonic Embraces Mozilla's FirefoxOS
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Tue, 07 Jan 2014

    The Linux-based operating system is expanding from smartphones to more devices, as Panasonic embraces Firefox OS for a new generation of smart TVs.


  • Fedora Linux 20 ARMs for the Cloud Future
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Fri, 20 Dec 2013

    Fedora 20, the new Red Hat community Linux distribution, adds first-class citizen support for the ARM architecture.


  • Linux Mint 16 Released
    By Sean Michael Kerner | Tue, 03 Dec 2013

    In recent years, the Linux Mint open-source operating system has emerged to become one of the most popular Linux distributions.


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