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Open Source Is Everywhere and So Are Vulnerabilities, Says Black Duck Report

Black Duck by Synopsys has released the 2018 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis report, which details new concerns about software vulnerabilities amid a surge in the use of open source components in both proprietary and open source software. The report provides an in-depth look at the state of o...

Defending the Free Linux World

The Open Invention Network, or OIN, is waging a global campaign to keep Linux out of harm's way in patent litigation. Its efforts have resulted in more than 1,000 companies joining forces to become the largest defense patent management organization in history. The Open Invention Network was created ...

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Linux Pros’ Top Command Line Secrets

It was a relatively quiet week here in the Linux blogosphere, giving residents a long-overdue opportunity to enjoy a few Tequila Tux cocktails and take stock of all the FOSS-related happenings that have taken place over the past few weeks. Among the highlights, for those who missed them, were the aw...

Mobile Nirvana: Syncing Smartphones, Tablets and PCs

The concept of mobile connectivity in today's multi-device world is changing. Connectivity means more than connecting our laptop computers to WiFi or 3G carrier networks wherever we go. Today people work on more than one computer. Increasingly, workers and consumers alike rely on a growing collectio...

LINUX PICKS AND PANS

Kino: An Easy-Does-It but Incomplete Video Editor

Video editing in any operating system is a wide-open experience. Unlike word processing and audio editing tools, video editing apps present a wider range of options. The Kino Video Editor is a very capable video editing solution that will appeal to novices and moderate users alike. It lacks the full...

Android’s Next Step May Hit Too Close to Home

This week's Google I/O conference ushered in an array of new and future developments from the Web search leader, touching on everything from new ideas for laptop computers to Google's own online music storage system. Google's Android mobile OS received several moments in the spotlight as well. One n...

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Auld Lang Syne on the Linux Blogs

With just a few days left to 2009, the mood on the Linux blogs has been uncharacteristically quiet and contemplative. Mostly gone are the fire and vitriol so often seen in the community's many contentious debates, replaced instead by discussions of a kinder, gentler nature. To wit: Linux Today's Car...

Wikis: The Crown Jewels of Collaboration

Increasingly, managers find themselves leading teams that are scattered in different cities or even continents, working on projects which have to be flexible enough to rapidly evolve to meet changing business needs. In this environment, business managers are starting to learn what software developer...

Open Source: Changing Models, Changing Mindsets, Part 2

The open source model of developing software is making a significant impact, not only in the software development and broader high-tech community, but more generally within corporations, other types of businesses and organizations around the world, as Part 1 of this series describes. Whether it's on...

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Terra Soft CEO Kai Staats: Rallying Around the Cell Processor and Power Architecture

Power.org, an association of hardware technology companies, software and individual developers of Power Architecture, hosted a first-of-its-kind Software Summit in Austin, Texas, on April 19. Kai Staats, CEO of Yellow Dog Linux developer Terra Soft and founder of the HPC Consortium, presented a key ...

OPINION

Bounty Hunters: Shootout at the Software Corral

Connoisseurs of 1960s TV might be familiar with Paladin, a Western that featured a San Francisco character with a business card that read "Have Gun, Will Travel." He was a dapper cross between a private detective and a bounty hunter who roamed through the West tracking down bad guys. He was mainly a...

SGI Pushes ‘Big Data’ with 10 Gigabit Ethernet

Reinforcing its strategy of squarely targeting the high-performance computing market, Silicon Graphics today announced that it will offer 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity across its product lines of servers, workstations, graphics systems and storage technologies. SGI is offering the new PCI-X adapt...

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