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Dell & SonicWall

March 21st, 2012
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Not exactly Open Source but interesting…


Dell today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SonicWALL, Inc., a leader in advanced network security and data protection. SonicWALL’s industry-leading Next-Generation Firewalls and Unified Threat Management (UTM) Firewalls complement Dell’s security solutions portfolio, enabling it to offer customers a broader range of enterprise offerings.

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For All the Developers in the Room

March 3rd, 2012
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Enjoy this Tech Comic from datamation.com



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Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Beta is Released

March 3rd, 2012
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For those who enjoy living on the bleeding edge, Ubuntu has a released 12.04 LTS. It is available for download at Ubuntu

For a sneak peak check out the article at UNIXMen

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PHP 5.4 Released

March 3rd, 2012
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Article by Sean Michael Kerner of InternetNews.com

PHP 5.4 has just officially been release – and it’s a really big deal.

I’ve been tracking the development of PHP 5.4 since at least November of 2010 and the early alpha milestones. This is the first major PHP update since PHP 5.3 came out in June of 2009. In alot of ways though, the PHP 5.4 release is more important since it will be an evolutionary step forward that likely won’t require code rewrites.

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Raspberry Pi

March 3rd, 2012
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What is a Raspberry Pi and why you should care? February 29th, 2012, the technology world’s eyes are on the release of the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 or on the latest iPad 3 rumors. We don’t know exactly how these products will turn out but we can be sure of one thing: They’ll cost a pretty penny. On the same day, the non-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation released a bare-boned, Linux-powered computer that costs between $25 and $35.

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