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Ryzen R1000 SoC offers dual Zen and triple Vega cores with a 12-25W TDP

AMD unveiled a lower-powered version of the Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC called the Ryzen Embedded R1000 with dual quad-threaded cores, 12-25W TDPs, triple 4K displays, and support for dual 10GbE ports.When AMD unveiled the Ryzen Embedded V1000 in Feb. 2018, the chipmaker claimed the x86-based CPU delivered twice the performance …

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Reporters Committee analysis of U.S. government indictment of Julian Assange – Part II – The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

In response to our analysis of the Justice Department’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act conspiracy charge against Julian Assange, we’ve received questions about two specific aspects of the charge. The first is whether it’s relevant that Chelsea Manning had authorized access to the Defense Department’s secret-level classified network, SIPRNet, and …

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Google, Hyperledger launch online identity management tools

In two separate announcements last week, Google and Linux’s Hyperledger project launched tools aimed at enabling secure identity management for enterprises via mobile and other devices. Google unveiled five upgrades to its BeyondCorp cloud enterprise security service that enables identity and access management for employees, corporate partners, and customers. Hyperledger, …

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Red Hat survey finds we’re living in an open-source world

Microsoft announces ‘Inner Source’ strategic move Microsoft is staffing up an internal Inner Source initiative to bring open-source principles, methodologies and tools for use by development teams inside the company. Read more: https://zd.net/2NAvYS2 Some people still insist open source and Linux are fighting a war against the evils of proprietary …

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Open source virtualization expands VM hardware and OS options

You don’t have to use proprietary virtualization software to run virtual machines. The open source community boasts offerings for all different virtualization needs, so you can assemble a program that has exactly the features you want without high upfront costs or tricky service-level agreements. Open source virtualization software can help …

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Global Bursting Strength Tester Market Outlook 2019-2025-ABB, SDL Atlas, Inc., Linux, James Heal, TESTEX, Gotech Testing Machines – Times of Market

The global “Bursting Strength Tester market” Market research report comprises of the basic insights that are relevant to the global market. The report being an all-inclusive one will be of great help to the users in order to understand not only the market trends, but also the size, forecast trends, …

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The Current Intel “Iris” Gallium3D OpenGL Performance Against i965 Mesa, Windows 10 OpenGL

It’s been quite fascinating to watch the development of the Intel Iris Gallium3D driver that has now been in development by their open-source team for more than one year while back in February is where this currently experimental driver was merged into Mesa. It’s been over one month since last …

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Mozilla Announces the Hubs Discord Bot, Unity 2019.1 Now Available, Qt 5.13 Beta Is Out, Whitewater Foundry Launches Pengwin and the Valve Index VR Headset to Support Linux

News briefs for April 16, 2019. Mozilla this morning announces the Hubs Discord Bot. Hubs allows you “to create private spaces where your conversations, content, and data is protected”. The integration with the Discord platform will provide text and voice chat for Hub communities. From the blog post: “Using Discord …

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