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Dell XPS 13 Linux developer edition available

Dell has come through again with its latest laptop that’s just for Linux developers: The fourth generation Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition. This model is the latest in Dell’s high-end workstation laptops for programmers.

Unlike earlier models, this latest power laptop starts at a very affordable price: $949. This “starter” computer is powered by […]

CoreOS is bringing Google’s Kubernetes to the enterprise

CoreOS’s first plan was to bring container-enabled Linux to the cloud. The company is still working on that, but with its new program Tectonic, it’s upped its game. The company is working on bringing Google’s container management system, Kubernetes, to the enterprise.

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Nebula, OpenStack cloud vendor, just shut down with no notice

Nebula, one of the first OpenStack hardware resellers and integrators, closed its doors April 1st. And, no, it wasn’t an April Fool’s joke.

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Canonical to integrate Chef DevOps into Ubuntu

You may think of Ubuntu as a desktop Linux, and it is, but it’s also the most popular Linux on Amazon EC2 cloud and very popular on most other cloud platforms. So it only makes good sense that Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, has partnered with Chef, one of the most popular DevOps companies.

Canonical to […]

LibreOffice finally to go online

In 2011, not long after The Document Foundation announced its OpenOffice fork, LibreOffice, the group also said it would offer an online version of LibreOffice. Four years later, it looks like we’re finally going to get “LibreOffice Online” (LOOL).

LibreOffice finally to go online