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Does Journal Peer Review Miss Best and Brightest?
An Automated Cat Litter Box With DRM
Uber Pushing For Patent On Surge Pricing
Meet the Doctor Trying To Use the Blood of Ebola Survivors To Create a Cure
Goodbye, Alek's Internet-Controlled Christmas Lights for Celiac Research
Using Your Open-Source Contributions To Land a Full-Time Job
Google Unveils New Self-Driving Car Prototype
Minecraft Creator Notch's $70 Million Mansion Recreated In Minecraft
North Korean Internet Is Down
How Venture Capitalist Peter Thiel Plans To Live 120 Years
Pirate Bay Domain Back Online
Argentine Court Rules Orangutan Is a "Non-Human Person"
Problem Solver Beer Tells How Much To Drink To Boost Your Creativity
TSA Has Record-Breaking Haul In 2014: Guns, Cannons, and Swords
Hot Springs At Yellowstone Changed Their Color Due To Tourist Activity
Block crackers with 3 locks to your SSH door (18 Oct 2010)
Bazaar: source control system (15 Oct 2010)
User space memory access from the Linux kernel (13 Oct 2010)
Techniques for migrating Perl to Python (11 Oct 2010)
New AIX 7 capabilities for virtualization (8 Oct 2010)
Introduction to PowerHA (1 Sep 2010)
Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of file (30 Aug 2010)
Live Kernel Patches with Ksplice (11 Aug 2010)
vi tips and tricks: Ten cool commands (2 Aug 2010)
Understanding ZFS & ZFS ARC/L2ARC (26 Jul 2010)
Creates a whole new painting tool for GIMP (23 Jul 2010)
Gourmet Java technology for Android applications (21 Jul 2010)
More powerful Python testing techniques (20 Jul 2010)
Distributed data processing with Hadoop (19 Jul 2010)
Creating mobile Web applications with HTML5 (15 Jul 2010)
Anatomy of the Linux virtual file system switch or donate; car & computer technology (13 Jul 2010)
UNIX network performance analysis (12 Jul 2010)
Speak UNIX fluently with the best tools available (11 Jul 2010)
Worry-free Linux power-downs with Anacron (10 Jul 2010)
Guide to porting from Solaris to Linux on POWER (8 Jul 2010)
HOW TO: Teach your old Mutt some new tricks (1 Jul 2010)
Unix turns 40 (8 Jun 2009)
Using PHP directly from the command line on Linux (5 Jun 2009)
Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor (5 Jun 2009)
Boost Linux performance on old hardware (1 Jun 2009)
Comparing UNIX inovation (29 May 2009)
Modify xorg.conf for better performanc (26 May 2009)
Puppet and Subversion in Fifteen Minutes (25 May 2009)
Build your first Android application: Create anything from wedding invitations designer to caloric calculator (19 May 2009)
Who has better virtualization (19 May 2009)
Fedora 11 Screenshot Tour (18 May 2009)
Cheap, Readable, Low-Power Displays (14 May 2009)
MySQL Clustering in a Sandbox (13 May 2009)
MOC: Text based audio player (12 May 2009)
Scripting the Vim editor with Vmscript (11 May 2009)
VirtualBSD Review--Inside and Out (7 May 2009)
6 things I learned from riding in a Google self-driving car
Inside the Intel 1405: die photos of a shift register memory
BlackBerry's surviving, but not as a smartphone company
Apple Watch, WatchKit, and accessibility
Flaw discovered that could let anyone listen to your cell calls
Jolla releases 10th major Sailfish update
HP will release a "revolutionary" new operating system in 2015
Canada court to order Apple to turn over records in iPhone probe
'Tis the season for debugging
The everything book: reading in the age of Amazon
Sony cancels The Interview release amid threats
Amazon pushes a big update to the Fire Phone
BlackBerry Classic review
The GNU GPL to be tested in court
'I don't need your permission!'
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Oracle Grabs Datalogix in Cloud Data Push
Salesforce Debuts File Sharing Service
BlackBerry, Boeing Partner on Self-Destructing Phone
Feds Warn of New NTP Hack Endangering Infrastructure
Study: 600-mph Hyperloop Transport Could Become Reality
Amazon Keeps Fire Phone Alive with Big Update
Google Driving Toward Android-Powered Cars
FTC Hits T-Mobile with $90 Million Cramming Fine
FBI Blames North Korea for Sony Attack
Is ISIS Attacking Enemies with Malware?
Google Delays Fiber Roll Out Announcements
Dirty Little Secret Affects Every Cell Phone User
Enterprise Security Tightens After Sony Hack
Special Report: How Sony Systems Were Hacked
Virtual Reality Easter Egg Comes to Google Maps
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KDE Applications 14.12 - New Features, Frameworks Ports
Plasma 5.1.2 Bugfix Release
Release of KDE Frameworks 5.5.0
GCompris Joins the KDE incubator and Launches a Fundraiser
Randa Meetings 2014 - Another Great Success
KDE at LISA 2014 conference
Google Code In 2014 : Call for Participation
KDE Commit-Digest for 22nd June 2014
Calligra Gemini Added to Calligra Suite
KDE Commit-Digest for 8th June 2014
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