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Linux-Focused Penguin Computing Banking On AI Infrastructure

Custom Linux-based system builder Penguin Computing on Tuesday formed a new practice focused on building data center infrastructures for artificial intelligence. The new Penguin Computing artificial intelligence Practice is a full-service consultancy focused on providing clients a base on which to build their artificial intelligence technologies, said Philip Pokorny, chief …

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Automotive Grade Linux dips into telematics with 6.0 release

The Automotive Grade Linux project has released Unified Code Base 6.0 in-vehicle infotainment stack with new software profiles for telematics and instrument cluster.The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux project version 6.0 (“Funky Flounder”) of its Unified Code Base 6.0 distribution is now available for download. The new release for the …

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Canonical Announces Partnership with Eurotech, the Big Four to End Support of TLS 1.0 and 1.1, Sony Using Blockchain for DRM, NETWAYS Web Services Launches IaaS OpenStack, Grey Hat Patching MikroTik Routers and Paul Allen Dies at 65

News briefs for October 16, 2018. Canonical announced a partnership with Eurotech to help organizations advance in the IoT realm. In connection with this partnership, Canonical “has published a Snap for the Eclipse Kura project—the popular, open-source Java-based IoT edge framework. Having Kura available as a Snap—the universal Linux application …

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Chrome 70 for Mac, Windows, Linux rolling out w/ better sign-in status, Extension privacy

Following last month’s Google Material Theme, smarter Omnibox, and various other tweaks, Google today is rolling out the next version of the browser to Mac, Windows, and Linux. While not as major a release, Chrome 70 includes more HTTP warnings and better Google Account sign-in status. To signal whether a …

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Microsoft Signs Patent Peace Treaty With the ‘Linux System’

It’s now about as official as it’s going to get. If you’re running Linux in your data center (or more specifically what the Open Invention Network (OIN) calls the “Linux System,” which includes Linux and other open source systems and middleware-level packages), you no longer have to worry about getting sued by Microsoft …

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La Frite Linux Mini Computer Looks Like An Ultra-affordable Raspberry Pi Killer

Raspberry Pi has been able to inspire a wide range of open source Linux computer boards. Some of the notable names include Orange Pi, Asus Tinker Board, Banana Pi, etc. Also, from time-to-time, new and promising projects keep appearing on Kickstarter and Indiegogo that promise to provide a better value …

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