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Intel’s Quarky Arduino Adventure

With all the cornucopia of Valve-related announcements for gamers over the past few weeks, it may be difficult to imagine that the Linux world could have any more good news in store. That supremely encouraging gaming news, surely, was enough to last us a few good months here in the Linux blogosphere...

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IDF2013: Intel’s Evolution Hugs the Inside Track

Silicon Valley loves an underdog. That's partly because such tales feed the industry's self-mythologizing and the IPO culture that attracts fresh money and new investors. To be honest, IT can boast more than its fair share of such successes: Hewlett and Packard, Jobs and Wozniak, and Page and Brin a...

Intel Puts Its Chips on Internet of Things

Intel on Tuesday announced a new, lower-power family of processors, the Quark, at the Intel Developers Forum being held in San Francisco through Thursday. This is part of the company's heightened drive into ultra-mobile devices. "The next wave of computing is still being defined," Intel CEO Brian Kr...

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Publish on a Linux Desktop? Yes You Can!

Note to those avoiding Linux: Yes, you can do desktop publishing. You can do it with Scribus. One of the most frequently recurring comments I hear about why somebody -- especially in a small-business environment -- will not migrate to Linux is the alleged absence of a desktop publishing application...

LINUX PICKS AND PANS

Scribus: Worth the Effort for the Linux-Loving Desktop Publisher

Note to those avoiding Linux: Yes, you can do desktop publishing. You can do it with Scribus. One of the most frequently recurring comments I hear about why somebody -- especially in a small-business environment -- will not migrate to Linux is the alleged absence of a desktop publishing application...

EXPERT ADVICE

Still Plenty of Juice in the On-Premise, On-Demand Debate

So you've decided to buy your solution instead of build one. This doesn't mean that it's easy to choose which product, or even what kind of solution to purchase. Take the choice between installing software on your own equipment -- the "on-premise" solution vs. leasing a solution that runs on the ven...

Quark Targeting Europe, Beefing Up Customer Relations

Software developer Quark has made moves recently to improve its customer relations and to increase its focus on the European market. "From the inside out, we're reassessing the way we do business and the quality and effectiveness of the solutions we develop to help our customers," Quark CEO Kamar Au...

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