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Reviewing Ubuntu GNOME 15.10, the most impressive release since Ubuntu made the switch to Unity.
When you're working in Linux, manually debugging memory-related errors can be difficult and time consuming. These five tools can help.
A review of Nvidia's Shield TV, an Android-powered set-top-box gaming platform that stacks up well against the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Wii U.
Carnegie Mellon researchers among 200 teams going for Global Learning XPRIZE with development of new open source software tools
Netflix has been a big user of Amazon's cloud for a long time, but new software the company open sourced today allows for resources to be deployed to many clouds, including Amazon, Google and soon Microsoft's.
The newly-open sourced Distributed Machine Learning Toolkit features fast, parallelized, and easy-to-deploy machine learning algorithms
Ubuntu 15.10, Fedora 23, and openSUSE Leap 42.1 were all released within days of each other. Here's a review looking at each of them.
A fresh look at some of the more popular Linux distros (plus one non-Linux OS), and an impression of their ease of use.
By releasing its machine learning system TensorFlow, Google invites the world to improve machine learning.
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