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Oracle VM 3.3 supports larger pages and can speed Windows operations with paravirtualized drivers read more »
ARM wants to boost its 64-bit hardware and software efforts with the Android developer board read more »
CoreOS launches a commercially supported version of its Linux distribution and vows to do away with manual upgrading read more »
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Designed for massive server deployments, CoreOS consumes less than 200MB of working memory per instance read more »more news ..
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In addition to including the MATE desktop, this latest release also adds UEFI Secure Boot support read more »
Canonical has touted its new OS as a good way to 'avoid the pain of Windows 8' - Here's why you should take up the challenge read more »
HP says new Itanium chip, system improvements boost performance by factor of three read more »
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Testing the pre-beta version has produced interesting results read more »more in depth ..
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