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Rhythmbox 3.4.4 Adds ListenBrainz Plugin, New App Icon

A new version of Rhythmbox, Ubuntu’s default music player app, is available. Rhythmbox 3.4.4 is a small update to this venerable player and was released back in January (but I’ve only just heard about it). […] This post, Rhythmbox 3.4.4 Adds ListenBrainz Plugin, New App Icon,...

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AWS AppConfig launches support for AWS CloudFormation

AWS AppConfig customers can now use AWS CloudFormation templates to provision AppConfig resources. AWS AppConfig makes it easy for customers to quickly roll out application configurations across applications hosted on EC2 instances, containers, AWS Lam… Continue Reading — AWS AppConfig launches support for AWS CloudFormation

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SUSE Hack Week Spotlight: Guerrilla AI Team

SUSE Hack Week is a week-long sprint permitting developers time off from their day jobs to work on something entirely of their own design or wishes. This week we will be showcasing some of the amazing projects coming out of SUSE Hack Week and the brilliant...

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Now enable Amazon EC2 Hibernation for On-Demand and Reserved Instances through AWS CloudFormation

You can now enable Amazon EC2 Hibernation for On-Demand and Reserved Instances through AWS CloudFormation, a service that allows you to easily provision and update a collection of AWS resources in an orderly and predictable fashion. Launching EC2 instances with Hibernation enabled has become easier than...

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[$] Revisiting stable-kernel regressions

Stable-kernel updates are, unsurprisingly, supposed to be stable; that is why the first of the rules for stable-kernel patches requires them to be “obviously correct and tested”. Even so, for nearly as long as the kernel community has been pro… Continue Reading — [$] Revisiting...

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Artificial Intelligence at the Edge in a 5G world

Deploying AI/ML solutions in latency-sensitive use cases requires a new solution architecture approach for many businesses. Fast computational units (i.e. GPUs) and low-latency connections (i.e. 5G) allow for AI/ML models to be executed outside the sensors/actuators (e.g. cameras & robotic arms). This reduces costs through lower...

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