Monthly Archives: May 2012

SUSE Turns 20, Ascends to the Cloud

Congratulations to SUSE on celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The company has successfully evolved from a three-man consultancy in Germany that produced one of the first Linux distributions, to an international platform for enterprise computing with a future in … Continue reading

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Fedora 17 Released

The Fedora 17 release is out. “Frankly, we believe this is the beefiest release ever — chock full of condiments, more commonly known as Features, to customize your experience to your tastes… Read more at LWN

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The Open Source Robotics Foundation (OSRF) Is Booting Up

For more than a decade, some of the more interesting work in the field of robotics has been driven by open source efforts. Open source robotics platforms have flourished, but they’ve also been fragmented, with software and hardware designs produced … Continue reading

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Is Facebook Circling Opera Software for a Possible Buy?

While there is no word from Facebook yet confirming the rumors, there are multiple reports going around the web saying that Facebook may be looking to acquire the Opera browser. According to English site Pocket-lint, “Pocket-lint has heard from one … Continue reading

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Skype 2.2 for Linux Fixes Minor Bugs

Microsoft owned Skype has released a hotfix for Skype 2.2 for Linux static package. This release updates the libpng library, which is part of our static package, to a newer version to rectify a security issue in the libpng. You … Continue reading

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