I am Linux Girl! Canadian grrl geek, space enthusiast, Linux aficionado. Writer at The Linux Foundation, PCWorld, Linux Advocates, LinuxInsider and Springwise.
pcworld.com — It's been almost a year since Microsoft moved its newly acquired Skype for Linux out of beta with the release of version 4.0, surprising more than a few Linux fans with its apparent commitment to maintaining a telephony client for the free and open source operating system.
springwise.com — Germany-based AOTERRA hopes to place cloud servers in people's homes, using the waste heat they produce to keep the properties warm. When energy is transferred, heat is always a waste product - however, if the heat can be captured it can be converted back into useful energy.
linuxinsider.com — They say springtime is a season of rebirth and renewal. Not only have we seen the birth of Cloverleaf from the ashes of Fuduntu, but now Cinnarch has gone through a similar transformation. No real death was involved this time.
linuxadvocates.com — Alright, Apple may have a head-start with their iPhone Siri voice search system, but one of the neat things shown at the Google I/O 2013 conference last week is the new Conversational Search, which is now available in Chrome version 27 which was updated today.
linux.com — Katherine Noyes |Exclusive Hortonworks' open source Apache Hadoop framework sits firmly at the center of the Big Data trend, so it only makes sense that Hadoop skills are among those most sought after by hiring managers in search of Big Data talent. It's not just Hadoop skills they're looking for, however.
pcworld.com — Hard on the heels of the news that Dell's " Project Ophelia" thumb PC is expected to ship this summer, thin client vendor Devon IT on Tuesday rolled out a similar contender of its own called the Ceptor. Devon IT Like Dell's device, the $99 Ceptor is designed to plug into any HDMI-compatible display or monitor.
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