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Do you reall need certifications?

Linux Certifications Hot or Not?

Industry stalwarts share their views on the importance of Linux and FOSS certifications. While Linux is gaining popularity at a fast pace, related certifications are also getting a lot of attention. There are…

The UEFI factor

UEFI: Should Linux Users be Worried?

Microsoft intends to capture UEFI and make GNU/Linux and other free OSs “unauthorised”! Is this true, and if so, what is the community doing about it? This article attempts to answer some questions….

Arduino Mega

Building Image Processing Embedded Systems using Python, Part 1

The first part of this three-part series gives a brief overview of the embedded vision and the various components required to make it work. It also covers the installation procedure for the OpenCV…

Samartha Raghava Nagabhushanam

Aseema CEO: High Time Non-telecom Device Engineers Latch on to Android Skills

Android has always been associated with the telecom industry, being an OS for mobile phones and tablets. Few are aware of the use of Android in other areas of the electronics sector. Aseema…

Dries Buytaert

It Can Be a Multi-billion Dollar Industry: Dries Buytaert on Drupal Businesses, Drupal 8…

Dries Buytaert, the creator and project lead of Drupal, recently visited India. LINUX For You caught up with him to understand his plans on expanding Drupal’s reach in India, what we can expect…

Droidcon India 2011

Droidcon India 2011: A Report

It came and it conquered! The Android power has really taken over the technology world. Think of smartphones or tablets, even watches and shoes, and Android is just about everywhere. The platform is…

A screengrab of Magzter website

Digital Magazine Store Magzter Uses Open Source to Slash Costs

A mobile digital magazine newsstand goes the open source way to cut its initial investments, and allow publishers to share digital editions of their periodicals with a widely-dispersed global readership. Magzter is a…

Is the World's Cheapest Tablet worth it?

Aakash: A Historical Mistake?

India created history (of sorts) recently by launching the world’s cheapest tablet, Aakash. It almost looked like we’d conquered the world… till the reality came to light. LFY gives you a complete picture…

Reflections: OSI 2010 CXO Summit

Reflections — Open Source India 2010 CXO Summit

Gone are the days when Open Source Solutions were considered the play-tools of geeks. Over time, open source tools and technologies have emerged as powerful, scalable, flexible, and most importantly, economical alternatives to…

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