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Aug
16th

TeamViewer Linux Host

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

At last abandoning WINE and launching native Linux support, TeamViewer announced
the availability of a new preview version of its Linux Host with native Linux
support. more>>


Aug
14th

WPS Office 2016 for Linux

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Promising the world’s best office experience for the Linux community, WPS
Software
presents WPS Office 2016 for Linux: a high-performing yet considerably
more affordable alternative to Microsoft Office that is fully compatible with and
comparable to the constituent PowerPoint, Excel and Word applications. more>>


Aug
9th

JMR SiloStor NVMe SSD Drives

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Compute-intensive workflows are the environments in which the newly developed JMR
SiloStor NVMe family of SSD drives is designed to show its colors. more>>


Aug
4th

Kodiak Data’s MemCloud

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Scientists working with big data regularly confront the high cost
of acquiring the computational power needed to push the boundaries
and innovate in data science. more>>


Jul
31st

PSSC Labs’ Eco Blade 1U

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Arguably “the greenest blade server on the market”,
PSSC Labs‘ new Eco Blade 1U rack server offers power and performance
with energy savings of up to 46% over competing servers, says the
company. more>>


Jul
28th

Gabriel Ford, Sadie Ford and Melissa Ford’s Hello, Scratch!

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

In the new book Hello, Scratch! (published by Manning Publications), parents and
kids work together to learn programming skills, but not in just any
old way. They create new versions of old retro-style arcade games with
the Scratch open-source visual programming language from the MIT Media
Lab.
more>>


Jul
19th

Getting Sticky with It

Author: Shawn Powers | Files under syndicated

Although they might not be so good for credit cards or floppy disks, magnets
are one of those things that always have fascinated me. For the past
few years, I’ve wanted to get a set of the round Zen Magnets to play
with—they’re sort of like an extra science-y version of LEGOs. Unfortunately,
before I was able to purchase any, the US government banned their sale!
more>>


Jul
17th

Celtra’s AdCreator Platform

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Mobile advertising campaigns today are often hampered by broken, non-viewable
ads with a poor UX experience. An important open-source initiative aimed at
solving this problem and making the web better for all is the AMP Project,
which enables the creation of websites and ads that are consistently fast,
beautiful and high-performing across devices and distribution platforms.
more>>


Jul
12th

Applied Expert Systems, Inc.’s CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

The contemporary data center is typified by an ever-increasing amount of traffic
occurring between servers, observes Applied Expert Systems, Inc. (AES), sagely.
Fulfilling the logical need to facilitate improved server-to-server
communications, AES created CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux, now at v2.7.
CleverView provides IT staff access to current and more>>


Jul
7th

Mistral Solutions’ 820 Nano SOM

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

One of the smallest System on a Module (SOM) solutions currently available in
the market—measuring a mere 51mm x 26mm—is Mistral Solutions‘ 820
Nano SOM. The company predicts that
its new 820 Nano SOM solution is “destined to be a preferred SoM in the
industry”.
more>>