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  1. IoTSeeker Scanner Finds Smart Devices With Dumb Credentials
  2. is the US government's open-source software hub
  3. Windows 10 haters: Try Linux on Kaby Lake chips with Dell's new XPS 13
  4. The Story of How the Apple I Computer Could Fetch $1 Million at Auction
  5. Why Microsoft open sourced PowerShell and ported it to Linux
  6. No, 900 million Android devices are not at risk from the 'Quadrooter' monster
  7. IBM to deliver 200-petaflop supercomputer by early 2018; Cray moves to Intel Xeon Phi
  8. Sony agrees to pay millions to gamers to settle PS3 Linux debacle
  9. Samsung Rumored to Launch Fully Bendable Smartphones in 2017
  10. Meet Avalon, Asus's audacious, tightly integrated vision for the future of DIY PCs
  11. SolydX and SolydK are Debian-based distributions with the Xfce and KDE desktops
  12. Google Open-Sources Neural Network Framework And Powerful Language Parser For Smarter AI: Meet Parsey McParseface
  13. Steam Computer Gaming Network Now Accepting Bitcoin
  14. Certified OpenStack administrator exam now available
  15. Verizon taps Red Hat and OpenStack for its NFV deployment
  16. Red Hat powers cloud-scale DevOps with the general availability of Red Hat Cloud Suite and Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8
  17. Vivaldi Browser For Power Users Is Smooth, Fast And Highly Customizable: Here Are The Top Features
  18. Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Echo-like speaker with this recipe from Amazon
  19. Animation software used by Studio Ghibli is going open source
  20. Microsoft loves open source? Only when it's convenient
  21. Microsoft Azure continues open source love affair
  22. Canonical fulfills its Linux convergence vision with BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet
  23. Near-Unlimited Cloud Storage Service Is Shutting Down
  24. Weather forecasting supercomputer gets a $36m upgrade
  25. French police want to ban Tor, public Wi-Fi
  26. Carnegie Mellon: We Didn't Get $1M to Hack Tor
  27. China's supercomputer growth is exploding while the US is losing steam
  28. How OpenStack's Project Navigator aims to steer users' cloud choices
  29. Microsoft has developed its own Linux. Repeat. Microsoft has developed its own Linux
  30. IBM will unite efforts with computing agency GENCI
  31. Hack Amazon's Dash buttons to do things other than buying stuff
  32. Mozilla slams Microsoft over Windows 10's default browser switcheroo
  33. Microsoft Visual Studio understands a world beyond Windows
  34. IBM prepares Spark for machine learning
  35. LogJam encryption flaw fix will block some websites
  36. Popcorn Time Now Streams Movies To A Browser Making It Scary Easy To Pirate
  37. Could Windows go open source? A top Microsoft engineer says 'definitely possible'
  38. Windows Was Less Vulnerable Than OS X, Linux, and iOS in 2014: Report
  39. Lenovo Sued Over Superfish Adware
  40. HP Joins Dell, Juniper in Offering Open Network Switches
  41. Breaking smart TV surveillance capabilities may be a felony
  42. LG Shows Off WebOS Smartwatch at CES
  43. Microsoft (hearts) Linux, for Azure's sake
  44. Attack code for 'unpatchable' USB flaw released
  45. Docker, the hottest cloud startup in the West, adds $40M
  46. What HP Gains In Eucalyptus Cloud Deal
  47. Citrix and Google partner to bring native enterprise features to Chromebooks
  48. This app will shut down everything on your phone until you call your mom back
  49. CenturyLink rolls out Panamax, using Docker even gets easier
  50. Massive, undetectable security flaw found in USB.
  51. Tor Project working to fix weakness that can unmask users
  52. Microsoft Contractors Face New Work Limits
  53. You Can Now Edit Microsoft Office Files in Google Docs
  54. With Android L, Google makes pitch for enterprise users
  55. Oracle Boosts Virtualization and Cloud Capabilities in Latest ZFS Storage ZS3 Series Release
  56. Joyent Joins Containers Debate
  57. Red Hat Acquires Cloud Services Provider eNovance
  58. Comcast wants you to share your WiFi
  59. New OpenSSL vulnerability puts encrypted communications at risk of spying
  60. GCHQ grants security clearance to Samsung's Knox mobe security
  61. Microsoft in OPEN-SOURCE .Net love-in with new foundation
  62. AT&T teams with IBM, Linux Foundation to get cities onboard with Internet of Things
  63. DARPA Opens Software, Data To Public
  64. Canonical Now Says Ubuntu Touch Phones Won't Arrive Before 2015
  65. Ubuntu Touch Support Dropped for Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (2012), and Nexus 10
  66. Ubuntu maker boosted revenue in 2013 but doubled loss to $21 million
  67. Microsoft Uses Pawn Stars to Attack Google Chromebook
  68. Heads up Apple, here comes 64-bit Android on Intel
  69. Humble Store Opens With 24-Hour Debut Sale
  70. Yahoo hires Google’s Technical Lead for Android’s Open Source Project
  71. Valve Hints at Steam Box News for Next Week
  72. Linux gets a boost from mobile
  73. Groklaw Shuts Down, Cites Government Surveillance
  74. Google introduces $35 device that streams video to your TV
  75. Utilite touts $99 ARM-powered Linux PC
  76. Liven Up Your Ubuntu Desktop With ZonColor Themes
  77. Cray descends to midrange HPC shops with baby XC30 supers
  78. Microsoft: Steam Box Is Small Fry Compared To Xbox
  79. Will ARM become more powerful than Intel by using less power? (interview)