Plair is now shipping its 'Plair' media-streaming device to U.S. customers. Unveiled earlier this year at CES, the $99 embedded Linux-powered gadget is said to provide AirPlay-like beaming of multimedia content from Apple, Windows, and Android devices to “any HDTV” with an available HDMI port.
Linux Advocate Dietrich Schmitz endorses Red Hat Linux. Read why.
A web hosting company has publicly shared their thoughts on the Btrfs file-system for Linux. While often discussed as the next-generation Linux file-system, Btrfs isn't fully baked for use in a production world quite yet.
With the release of Ubuntu 13.04 today, Canonical have revealed the name of the next version – Saucy Salamander
Last week, I attended my first OpenStack Summit as part of a team from Red Hat helping to launch a new community distribution of the popular open source infrastructure as a service (IaaS) project.
Ubuntu 13.04 has been released, so it’s time to take yet another look at Canonical’s popular distro. This time around Ubuntu’s code name is “Raring Ringtail.” It appears to be a reference to the ring-tailed cat. I had no idea what a ring-tail cat is, so of course I googled.
Power in Numbers. Collectively working towards a single cause can yield powerful results. Dietrich Schmitz explains why choosing one Distro over another matters and should be done with care.
Wind River has announced an enhanced version of the National Security Agency’s Security Enhanced (SE) Android, along with two other tools designed to improve the security of Android devices. “Wind River Solution Accelerators for Android, Security” includes modules for SE Android, Lightweight Partitioning, and Secure Boot.
This week we look at how to build apps your users will hate, 10 security holes that would make Murphy proud, and that you might have missed --and a game app developer who got 10K downloads in just 8 days.
It would be convenient and consoling to pretend that what I’ve described over the last several days is simple science fiction. But...Many countries are building drones now; the technology is not complex.
Dot Categories: Community and EventsThe Akademy 2013 Program Committee is proud to present the Akademy 2013 Presentation Schedule. Reflecting the scope of KDE, the schedule includes a wealth of interesting, timely and valuable topics. From the proposals submitted, 32 were selected to address currently relevant topics of most interest to the KDE Community.
Tom DiLorenzo on the smear of Ron Paul-supporter Michael Scheuer.
Yet they blab about pipsqueak North Korea and dilapidated Iran, says Eric Margolis.
Don't take it to events the feds don't like, Bill Rounds tells Lew Rockwell.
Ralph Raico on Churchill.
Tom Woods on an enforcer of approved opinions.
Mike Rozeff on the total failure of modern liberalism.
Eric Peters on what he's storing.
The Fed's monetary meddling is the grandest larceny of all time, says Bill Bonner.
Immanuel Velikovsky has high praise for his achievements.