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Linux Foundation Forgives Microsoft, OKs Acquisition of GitHub

Computing’s “Temple of Open Source” -the Linux Foundation- has extended an olive branch to Microsoft by blessing its recent acquisition of the popular software collaboration platform GitHub. According to Github, over 28 million software developers use the site to co-build software and sift it for… Read More

Banks, Startups and Trolls to Duke Over Blockchain?

Reports came out during the holiday season last year of banks quietly stocking up on blockchain patents.  Banks will compete with startups making the same moves.  They will also compete for patents with trolls who suppress innovation. The future of blockchain innovation depends on who… Read More

Kickstarter Alum “Armello” Now Available on PS4, Windows, Mac, & Linux

Armello backers, the wait is over! The game, which was first introduced on Kickstarter last year by League of Geeks, is now available for PS4, Windows, Mac and Linux. The description of the game reads,”The King, once Armello’s wise and benevolent ruler, has fallen ill to a… Read More

Kickstarter Alum “Armello” Announces PS4 & PC Release Dates; Introduces Two New Characters

Last year, studio League of Geeks launched a Kickstarter campaign for its project, Armello. The description of the game reads,”The King, once Armello’s wise and benevolent ruler, has fallen ill to a dark and mysterious force known only as the Rot. Slowly eating his body and soul, the Rot… Read More

Pencil Test Studios Teams Up With Versus Evil to Launch Kickstarter-Success Armikrog on PC, Mac & Linus in Early 2015

Independent developer, Pencil Test Studios, announced this week its partnership with independent games publisher Versus Evil to release Kickstarter-success, Armikrog, on PC, Mac and Linux in early 2015. Armikrog, a stop motion, clay animated adventure game, is the latest creation from industry veterans Mike Dietz and Ed Schofield, the creative talent behind revered video… Read More

On Indiegogo: Linux Voice Meets Crowdfunding Goal For Free Software Magazine

Andrew Gregory, Mike Saunders and Ben Everard produce a podcast called Linux Lifestyle. They were also all writers at Linux Format, a news source for Linux enthusiasts and those passionate about free software. Earlier this year the trio quit in order to bring a new publication… Read More

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