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Dying Light Is an FPS Zombie Survival Game and It Might Get a Linux Releaseview story

http://spd.rss.ac – Dying Light is a new FPS from Techland and it's all about surviving the night during a zombie apocalypse. This is a studio specialized in this kind of games, and it looks that they might also be interested in the Linux platform. Gamers might remember that the same team of developers also made the Dead Island series, and one title from that franchise has been ported to Linux as well. (IT news)

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Open-Xchange Partners with ExtendASP on Open Source SaaSview story

http://thevarguy.com – Open source SaaS vendor Open-Xchange gained another partner ally this week in its quest to offer an open source alternative to Microsoft Exchange. The partner, ExtendASP, will integrate the company's OX App Suite into its customer and product manager solutions. read more (IT news)

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Box Shares Begin Trading at $14, Valuation at $1.67 Billionview story

http://thevarguy.com – Shares of cloud storage provider Box will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 23, priced at $14 a share, above the expected range of $11-$13 per share, valuing the company at about $1.67 billion. Content Classification:  Curated read more (IT news)

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No smartwatch from HTC at Mobile World Congress, but there will be a fitness trackerview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It has been rumored that HTC will unveil a smartwatch at Mobile Work Congress in early March, but Forbes is reporting that’s a no go. If you remember, HTC announced their partnership with Under Armour at CES for fitness bands that would be compatible with UA Record. (IT news)

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Samsung: No BlackBerry Buy, No Qualcomm Chip in Galaxy S6view story

http://thevarguy.com – A top Samsung executive said earlier this week the vendor has no plans to acquire BlackBerry and instead wants to forge a stronger partnership with the Canadian device maker. Content Classification:  Curated read more (IT news)

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Meet the Chiefs: Tom LaRocca, Oracleview story

http://thevarguy.com – This week in Meet the Chiefs, we sit down with Tom LaRocca, senior vice president of North American Channels and Alliances at Oracle, to talk about the man behind the virtualization and software giant's channel program. As Oracle's channel chief, LaRocca is responsible for managing the company's North American partner network. (IT news)

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VMware Launches vCloud Air Edge Program for Cloud Startupsview story

http://thevarguy.com – VMware (VMW) is giving small cloud startups a chance to grow their businesses with the launch of vCloud Air Edge, an incubation program designed to help small businesses develop their cloud-centric offerings as well as help launch companies currently developing “new, potentially disrupting enterprise solutions on vCloud Air,” according to the company. read more (IT news)

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Samsung to use their own camera module in the Galaxy S 6view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Rumors have the Galaxy S 6 sporting a 20 MP main rear camera along with optical image stabilization (OIS), but that’s not all that surprising. What might be surprising is the fact that Samsung is going to use their own camera module. Samsung has been using Sony modules for the past few flagship phones so this is a major change. (IT news)

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iHeartRadio Hits 60 Million Registered Usersview story

http://techcrunch.com –  iHeartMedia has today announced that its iHeartRadio streaming music service has surpassed 60 million registered users. That puts iHeartMedia’s streaming property well out ahead of Spotify, with less than 20 million registered users, and it leaves iHeartRadio on a much faster growth track than Pandora, currently at around 70 million users. (IT news)

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UN Launches Powerful Oculus Virtual Reality Film Following Syrian Refugee Girlview story

http://techcrunch.com –  A young girl, a Syrian refugee, suddenly appears before you, sitting on the floor of a cramped room. She describes her family, and takes you on a journey through the refugee camp in which she lives. You sit beside her in her makeshift school classroom and watch children tramp through the muddy streets in the encampment. (IT news)

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Vice News Offers Immersive Report On The ‘Millions March’ Protest Using VRview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Virtual reality promises a lot of potential changes to the way we experience the world, but the ramifications it has for how we tell stories might be among the most interesting. (IT news)

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Meizu m1 mini to Launch with Ubuntu Touch – Rumorview story

http://spd.rss.ac – A new rumor regarding the impending launch of a Meizu powered by Ubuntu Touch has started to circulate online and it looks like some new images have been leaked from Weibo, a microblogging platform very popular in China. Rumors about Meizu launching all kinds of Ubuntu Touch-powered phones have started to become much more common place, now that we are getting closer to the actual event, although (IT news)