Qseven COM runs Linux on 14nm Braswell, offers 4K video

Congatec’s “Conga-QA4″ Qseven COM is based on Intel’s 14nm “Braswell” Pentium and Celeron SoCs, and offers MIPI-CSI, dual SATA ports, and 4K video. Like Congatec’s Conga-QA3 and Qseven Headless, the new Conga-QA4 computer-on-module runs Linux or Windows on Intel processors and adopts the 70 x 70mm Qseven format. Whereas the earlier modules supported Atom E3800 […]

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SOGo v2.3.0 Released

The Inverse Team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of SOGo 2.3.0. This is a major release of SOGo which focuses on improved stability over previous versions.

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Non-Linux FOSS: Vienna, Not Just for Sausages

By Shawn Powers Although the technology itself has been around for a while, RSS is still the way most people consume Web content. When Google Reader was ended a few years back, there was a scramble to find the perfect alternative. Youmay remember my series of articles on Tiny Tiny RSS, Comma Feed and a handful of other Google Reader wannabes.

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Ruth Suehle: Red Hat and Fedora derivatives and forks are part of the community

By DarkDuck No one will argue that Linux world is more fragmented than the worlds of other operating systems. Each distribution has its fans, developers and haters.There are few companies among this ocean of distributions that work closely with the community and help the Linux world to improve. Would it be interesting for you to see what people in these companies think like? Let’s talk to one of them!

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