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Human.io is the new thing from Joshua Schachter, founder of bookmarking site del.icio.us. This time, however, he’s not suggesting you share your travels with a few friends—he’s suggesting that you turn them into an army. || Read more

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1) Linux Foundation Secures Boot

Microsoft’s UEFI Secure Boot plans for Windows 8 have been an issue of concern to the Linux community for much of this year. With Secure Boot, only signed code || Read more

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Shield Advanced Solutions is rolling out a new release of its high availability software for IBM i, HA4i 7.1. The new version sports a brand spanking new journal apply process that Shield says gives its customers more flexibility in how || Read more

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Hire PHP Programmer (HPP) has taken a plunge in enhancing the services with the release of Drupal 7.15. The company is looking forward to provide services to upgrade the existing Drupal 7 sites. Working on all the tools and themes of the latest version of Drupal, HPP strives to build websites for clients giving excellent user experience. || Read more

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Last week at the iBelieve NY event hosted by looksoftware, Allison Butterill, the IBM i product offering manager, was hinting about as strongly as she could without getting into the Big Blue doghouse that Technology Refresh updates for the IBM i operating system were going to be on a regular pattern, || Read more

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Enfocus announces the immediate availability of update 1 releases for PitStop Pro 11 and PitStop Server 11, and an update 2 release for Enfocus Switch 11. The updates add new industry-standard Preflight Profiles to PitStop Pro 11 and PitStop Server 11, and include expanded functionality and features for all three products. || Read more

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Saying that the developer experience is a high priority, cloud-hosting company Rackspace today announced it is making available Open Cloud SDKs to facilitate integration with the open-source services in its cloud, which is based on the OpenStack suite of services. || Read more

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The latest version of the Amazon Web Services Linux AMI is now available, and includes the R language as well as new versions of Apache and PHP. The Linux Amazon Machine Image (AMI) is a supported Linux image offered by Amazon for use on its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). It is designed to be used with online package repositories hosted in each region. || Read more

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Commercial PHP vendor Zend today took the wraps off a trio of new initiatives designed to enable developers for the new world of mobile and cloud development. The new Zend Studio 10 IDE provides new visual development options for mobile developers while the update Zend Server 6 and Zend Gateway products provide enhanced cloud capabilities. || Read more

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It has been a little less than a year since Google officially announced Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The first device to roll out with version 4.0, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, hit store shelves in December. Since then, 4.0 has reached 23.7% of all Android devices – with 4.1, a.k.a. Jelly Bean, waiting in the wings. What is the holdup? || Read more