Getting Started in Bitcoin? Check Out These 5 Bitcoin Clients for Linux

Full Article : Make Tech Easier – http://feeds.maketecheasier.com/~r/MakeTechEasier/~3/3vLjDt2RkP0/ By now you have probably heard of Bitcoin or the Blockchain. The price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed several times in the past months, and the trend continues almost daily. The demand for Bitcoin seems to grow astronomically by the minute. Accompanying the demand … Read more

Why the IoT needs wireless power

Full Article : BetaNews – https://betanews.com/2017/12/15/iot-wireless-power/ With a predicted 200 billion connected devices in use by 2020, the Internet of Things is leading to a massive growth in the number of powered devices. While this is a massive opportunity for manufacturers it’s also a problem as all of those devices … Read more

Apple and Cisco just improved security in the iOS enterprise

Full Article : Computerworld – https://www.computerworld.com/article/3243011/apple-ios/apple-and-cisco-just-improved-security-in-the-ios-enterprise.html#tk.rss_all Apple and Cisco have struck yet another blow for enterprise IT. They know that iOS is the most secure mobile solution, but that’s not everything because mobile threats are incredibly complex these days. The enigma code Here’s a scenario: You work in an enterprise … Read more

Learn To Use Man Pages Efficiently

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/learn-use-man-pages-efficiently/ A while ago, we have published a brief guide that described how to easily recall forgotten Linux commands. That guide was really quite useful for those having trouble at remembering commands. Today, we are going… The post Learn To Use Man Pages Efficiently appeared … Read more

Linux Kernel Developer: Thomas Gleixner

Full Article : Linux.com – https://www.linux.com/news/linux-kernel-developer-thomas-gleixner Since the beginning of the Git era (that is, the 2.6.11 release in 2005), a total of 15,637 developers have contributed to the Linux kernel, according to the recent Linux Kernel Development Report, written by Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman. One of the top 30 developers is … Read more

Synology announces DiskStation DS218 and FlashStation FS1018 NAS

Full Article : BetaNews – https://betanews.com/2017/12/15/synology-disktation-ds218-flashstation-fs1018-nas/ Synology has been slowly refreshing its NAS lineup in the past couple months, and now it is adding two more models to the range. The star of the show is the FlashStation FS1018, a high-end NAS that, as its name suggests, is designed with all-flash … Read more

Mozilla’s claims of Firefox Quantum success aren’t confirmed by user stats

Full Article : Computerworld – https://www.computerworld.com/article/3243010/web-browsers/mozillas-claims-of-firefox-quantum-success-arent-confirmed-by-user-stats.html#tk.rss_all Mozilla on Thursday touted Firefox Quantum, the browser upgrade launched one month ago, as its biggest release ever and said early adoption metrics have been “super encouraging.” But preliminary browser measurements taken by the U.S. government show only a small increase in Firefox’s domestic … Read more

Using AWS for data protection — where barriers can also be benefits

Full Article : BetaNews – https://betanews.com/2017/12/15/aws-data-brotection-barriers-benefits/ Cloud data protection and management specialist Druva has released the results of its 2017 AWS Cloud Data Protection Survey, which shows that the three biggest barriers for moving data to AWS for cloud storage are cost, security and lack of control. But for respondents … Read more

Stop Calling Everything “Open Source”: What “Open Source” Really Means

Full Article : Linux.com – https://www.linux.com/news/stop-calling-everything-open-source-what-open-source-really-means What does open source mean? That’s an increasingly tough question to answer because the term is now being applied everywhere and to everything — which is not good. To understand why open source is losing its meaning, you have to start by tracing the origins of the … Read more

Kubernetes 1.9 Release Brings Greater Stability and Storage Features

Full Article : Linux.com – https://www.linux.com/news/kubernetes-19-release-brings-greater-stability-and-storage-features The Kubernetes developer community is capping off a successful year with the release of Kubernetes 1.9, adding important new features that should help to further encourage enterprise adoption. Kubernetesis the most popular container orchestrator management software. It’s used to simplify the deployment and management … Read more

Getting started with a TensorFlow surgery classifier with TensorBoard data viz

Full Article : Opensource.com – https://opensource.com/article/17/12/how-to-tensorboard The most challenging part of deep learning is labeling, as you’ll see in part one of this two-part series, Learn how to classify images with TensorFlow. Proper training is critical to effective future classification, and for training to work, we need lots of accurately … Read more

Fedora Classroom Session: Fedora QA 102

Full Article : Fedora Magazine – https://fedoramagazine.org/fedora-classroom-session-fedora-qa-102/ Fedora Classroom sessions continue next week with a session on Fedora QA. The general schedule for sessions appears on the wiki. You can also find resources and recordings from previous sessions there. Here are details about this week’s session on Wednesday, December 22 at 16:00 UTC. … Read more

14 practical resources for DevOps practitioners

Full Article : Opensource.com – https://opensource.com/article/17/12/devops-reads Are you looking for good reading material to help you implement (or strengthen) DevOps in your organization? DevOps expert Chris Short offers 14 options for your consideration in his All Things Open 2017 Lightning Talk. Most of Chris’ recommendations are books, several are websites, … Read more

Apple begins selling iMac Pro, unveils official Thunderbolt 3 cable, and adds 360-degree VR editing to Final Cut Pro X

Full Article : BetaNews – https://betanews.com/2017/12/14/apple-imac-pro-final-cut-pro-x-thunderbolt3/ All-in-one desktops are generally a terrible idea. Outside of saving desk space, there is really no benefit to combining a display and your computer into one unit. Hell, it is quite a negative, as if the display breaks, you have to get the whole … Read more

The Beginner’s Guide to Gaming on Mac

Full Article : Make Tech Easier – http://feeds.maketecheasier.com/~r/MakeTechEasier/~3/dTMB286iq14/ Gaming on macOS has never been a huge selling point. And considering how small the Mac market is in comparison to the PC market, few developers have provided native support for macOS. But macOS has more power as a gaming platform than … Read more