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Docker gets a GitHub-like repository from CoreOS

The recently purchased provides the software and services for CoreOS to run a Docker hub

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Linux will not become a gaming platform, it already is one

Why I cringe whenever I hear someone say "it's the year of Linux gaming!"

Red Hat aims at standardization with Linux for 64-bit ARM servers

Red Hat wants Linux for ARM servers to avoid the fragmentation that plagued Unix in decades past

Long replacement cycle drags down iPad sales

Tablets aren't in trouble, but slower upgrade tempo causes another decline for Apple

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The desktop-a-week review: Enlightenment (E17)

I will be using a new desktop environment for a week at a time, and reviewing them afterward. Up this week: Enlightenment (E17 to be specific).

First look: Apple's Swift is simple, at first

Swift's clean and modern syntax makes it quick and easy to get started, but mastering this new language will take a while

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Review: Microsoft Office Online vs. Apple iWork for iCloud vs. Google Drive

Online word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation apps can be surprisingly useful, or surprisingly lame, and not even Microsoft aces Office document compatibility

Apple's iBeacon gets fun

Apple's iBeacon location technology used to be for boring retail applications. Now it's showing up in consumer apps.

Will Apple's Internet of Things vision hurt a beautiful idea?

With HomeKit, Apple promises easy home automation

Apple returns to beta testing with Yosemite, just as Microsoft downplays the ritual

'Feels like a PR exercise,' says analyst of Apple's decision to publicly beta test OS X

Apple opens up iOS, struts Mac-iPhone-iPad integration

At WWDC reveals pieces of iOS 8 and OS X 'Yosemite' to developers, trumpets health and home, touts 'Continuity'

Cook jabs at Windows, Android in WWDC keynote

Plays to partisan crowd, but leaves as much out as in when he compares apples and oranges

What is Ubuntu without Bacon?

The impact of Jono Bacon leaving the Ubuntu team.

CoreOS Linux distro lands on the Google Cloud Platform

CoreOS, a new lightweight Linux distribution customized for massive server deployments, has found a home on the Google Cloud Platform, giving organizations an easy way to test and use the software for their clusters and distributed...

Understanding the Fedora Next initiative through LEGO (kind of)

I set out to learn what, exactly, the Fedora Next initiative was bringing, and I ended up with a great analogy comparing Linux to LEGO.

10 nerdiest Linux gadgets

Of all the nerdy Linux gadgets out there, these take the cake.

LinuxFest NorthWest: A community-driven Linux fest of power

This last weekend was LinuxFest Northwest – the annual community-run Linux festival in Bellingham, Washington. And it was truly spectacular.[Full disclaimer: I love nerd conventions. I love them. Comic Book conventions. Tech...

JumpCloud just made cron obsolete

For just about as long as I have been in technology, when I spoke to engineers about having a specific task run on schedule I was told that we could "run a cron job" to make it happen.  Over the years I realized that sys admins...

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