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Power of Linux and Open Source. He could not have done that with Windows or iOS to realize his product? They are both closed source technologies, locked behind fortified walls, away from human civilization to learn, and built on top of it; so unnatural. So, as expected, Sculley restored to using Android, the #1 competitor of Apple's iOS. The same OS that late Steve Jobs wanted to destroy, even if he had to spent last penny at Apple.
This story is the epitome of why I love open source: Anyone can take anything from it and build on top of it. And that's exactly what former CEO of Apple John Sculley is doing through his Obi Worldphone.
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It's the power and versatility. I'm always amazed at basic things many people overlook that are staples on Linux like rsync, screen, sshfs. So powerful these tools. There's always cowsay too :-)
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The greatest addition to Plasma desktop is the arrival of Application Dashboard launcher. I was a huge fan of Homerun launcher and used it as the default launcher, so the Application Dashboard is all I needed.

After using it I actually like it much more than Ubuntu Dash and Gnome. I find it much more organized, clearer, clutter free and focused on increasing productivity instead of cramming unwanted ads in that tight space (I am looking at you, Ubuntu).
Plasma 5.4 brings some of the much-awaited improvements to the KDE’s desktop environment.
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Is The Transparency level adjustable? The Latest version of Home Run is too transparent and needs a blur effect.
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The KDE project has just announced a new release to the KDE 5.x series. This release comes with many news features that users will immediately notice, most notably a new full screen and alternative launcher reminiscent of the one found in GNOME. Also over 1400 new icons are included to update the look of KDE.
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The full screen launcher does not look very reminiscent of GNOME 3.16. In fact, the icons are a lot bigger than KDE's fullscreen launcher and there are no categories to show for applications. GNOME's Apps list is reminiscent of iOS/Android launcher; not KDE's.
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We are working on a story. Can you great folks point out some major companies and businesses powered by Linux?
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I'm not positive, but I believe we use RHEL on some ( or alot) of our servers at FedEx Express.
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Also worth to mention: https://github.com/oblique/create_ap
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Must have selfies with +Linus Torvalds  at #LinuxCon  (why should they have fun only at Oscars!!!!) - Swapnil Bhartiya - Google+
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We are looking for trainee journalist to write daily news to cover Linux and Open Source. We want someone who understands this sector, is passionate about it and can write a good, clean error-free copy. There is some compensation. If you are interested, please contact at info@swapnilbhartiya.com
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Over the last 24 years, Linux has become the largest shared technology on earth and has popularized a revolution called open source, which is changing our world in more ways than we can imagine.
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Okay, maybe you have a point there. 
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We take a quick look at seven easy-to-install, lightweight Linux distros.
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+Paulo Silva People call it what they want to call it :-) 
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Poland’s Agency for Restructuring and Modernisation of Agriculture (ARMA) wants to modernise its animal identification and tracking system. The new solution is required to use Zabbix, an open source solution for IT security monitoring.
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Those who don't know Jim Zemlin is 'boss' of Linus Torvalds and he is the one who is behind the force called Linux Foundation!
I sat down with Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, in a video interview to discuss efforts the foundation is involved with.
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Veda (वेद ) is a Sanskrit word which means ‘Knowledge’. “Linux” Veda is a web-magazine to share and spread knowledge about Linux and Open Source technologies.

We cover tutorials, interviews, in-depth analysis, daily news and reviews. While the focus is on Linux and Open Source technologies we do have an ‘off-topic’ section under which we cover stories of importance, even if they are not directly related to Linux or Open Source.

Our core focus is success stories, where we publishes articles on Linux or Open Source technologies being deployed in different environments and set-ups.

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