Daily Archives: August 13, 2012

August 16 is Debian’s Birthday Anniversary

Birthday Anniversaries are often just an excuse to have fun. Debian is a bit different though. Debian’s birthday parties are great opportunities to network, solve problems and to celebrate one of mankind’s greatest accomplishments, sharing software globally. One of the … Continue reading

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Catfight Between Intel and Calxeda Over Servers

By taking another step on Moore’s Law, using a low-voltage processor and changing to 10 gBE NICs, Intel was able to stay competitive with Calxeda in throughput per watt… proving what we knew all along, that ARM has a place … Continue reading

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Digital Extremadura

Extremadura, the Spanish region that migrated to GNU/Linux almost a decade ago is deciding how to move IT forward in the region with heavy emphasis on interoperability with Europe, and building local infrastructure by a public consultation. Google Translation: “The … Continue reading

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M$ Messes With OEMs

Acer’s CEO, “Wang pointed out that Microsoft did not communicate with PC brand vendors prior to announcing its Surface project. Seeing the software designer enter hardware development and turn from a partner to competitor, Wang claimed Acer is not afraid … Continue reading

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Google Reorganizes Motorola

“On August 3, 2012, Motorola Mobility (Motorola), a wholly owned subsidiary of Google Inc. (Google), determined that it would reduce its headcount by approximately 4,000 out of a total of about 20,000 employees. Two-thirds of the reduction is set to … Continue reading

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