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"The cost of irrelevance is probably unacceptable to most organizations," says the Salt creator.
Watch out Apple: Android watches can now make calls, get smarter voice commands
Google is pushing Android Wear updates that bring some great features to Android watches, including making phone calls, more gestures, and smarter voice commands.
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Open source Java projects: Apache Phoenix
If you have strong SQL programming skills and would like to be able to use them with a powerful NoSQL database, Phoenix could be the database you've been looking for!
Open Networking User Group looks to reign in ‘Wild West’ of hybrid cloud
A working group made up of 10 Fortune 500 customers is urging for easier interoperability between public and private clouds.
Ubuntu tablet is here. Can it reboot the tablet market?
Is Ubuntu tablet the laptop replacement we've been waiting for?
What are the advantages to open sourcing an enterprise software solution that has been closed source for many years?
OpenStack survey reveals potential, potholes
Demand for OpenStack increases, but challenges persist.
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Turns out machine learning is a champ at fixing buggy code
Here's yet another new application of machine learning: MIT has developed a system for fixing errors in bug-riddled code.
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Kolab and Collabora team up to take on Google Apps and Office 365
The two open source companies are now working together to bring Collabora CloudSuite to Kolab groupware.
Kubuntu founder Jonathan Riddell to announce project Neon at FOSDEM
In this exclusive interview, Riddell reveals details about his new project.
Sarah Sharp talks about increasing diversity in open source
Issues a challenge for all of us to take responsibility for increasing diversity
OwnCloud passes 8 million users
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The real reason Microsoft open sourced .NET
DevOps, microservices, and the shift to containers and lightweight computing environments explain a lot about Microsoft’s position on .NET, open source and Nano Server.
Eclipse Che launches the cloud IDE revolution
Che is a dynamically provisioned on-demand IDE that provides an open source alternative to the JetBrains IntelliJ Java IDE
Walmart open-sources OneOps to free you from cloud lock-in
Back in October Walmart made a pledge to combat vendor lock-in in the cloud by open-sourcing its OneOps technology, and on Tuesday it made good on that promise.
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