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AI Coding Startup Kite Is Shutting Down, Open Sourcing Product

Kite, the startup that tried to bring AI-assisted coding to the market, is shutting down and open sourcing the majority of its code.

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Fedora 37 Released, Including Two New Official Editions

After two separate delays, Fedora 37 has been officially released, adding two new official editions.

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Rust, Kotlin, Java, and Python See Huge Growth

SlashData has released its 23rd State of the Developer Nation report, and it’s good news for Rust, Kotlin, Java, and Python.

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The NSA Pushes for Adoption of Memory Safe Coding Languages

The National Security Agency (NSA) is pushing for the adoption of memory safe coding languages in an effort to improve security.

What Does a Blockchain Developer Do?

What exactly does a blockchain developer do as part of their job responsibility? Learn more in the article below.

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Microsoft May Be Testing Adds in the Windows 11 Sign-Out Menu

Microsoft appears to be testing yet more ads in Windows 11, this time displaying them in the sign-out menu.

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Programmers in High Demand, Called ‘the Most Scarce Commodity on the Planet’

Despite the spate of layoffs and hiring freezes, it’s still a good time to be a programmer, thanks to continued high demand.

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Windows 11 Adoption Still Hovers Around 15%

Windows 11 may be the latest and greatest but Microsoft has an adoption problem, with only 15% of computers on the OS.

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Microsoft Windows 11 ‘Moment 2’ May Bring Improved Tablet Features

Microsoft accidentally leaked the next Windows 11 “Moment,” revealing an improved tablet-friendly design.

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KDE Neon Is Now Based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

KDE Neon, the non-distro distribution, is now based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.

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Fedora 37 Delayed

Fedora 37 has been delayed following blocker bugs in the most recent release candidate.

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Linux 5.19.12 Kernel May Cause Damage to Some Displays

Linux users are being advised to skip kernel 5.19.12 due to a major bug impacting Intel machines.

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Fedora and openSUSE Disable GPU-Accelerated Video Over Patent Concerns

Fedora and openSUSE have taken a step backward in usability, disabling GPU-accelerated decoding for H.264, H.265, and VC1 codecs.

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Microsoft Is Killing Off SwiftKey for iOS

Microsoft is killing off its SwiftKey predictive keyboard for iOS, with plans to remove it from the App Store as of October 5.

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Linux Distro Reviews: KDE Plasma — The One That Could Be King

KDE Plasma is one of the most popular Linux desktop environments (DE), but it can’t get out of its own way to claim the crown.

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US Commerce Department and Google Join Forces to Develop Chips

The US Commerce Department is teaming up with Google to develop chips for researchers and tech startups.

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Windows 11’s Tablet-Optimized Taskbar Is Back

Microsoft is re-introducing the tablet-optimized taskbar for Windows 11 to the Dev Channel, giving users a chance to continue testing it.

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Ubuntu’s Canonical Throws Its Weight Behind the Unity Desktop…Again

Canonical has announced Ubuntu Unity will once again be an official flavor of the venerable Linux distribution (distro).

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Debian May Change How It Handles Non-Free Firmware

Debian is currently investigating the possibility of changing how it handles non-free firmware, moving the discussion to a general resolution process.

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What’s In a Name? Linux Kernel 6.0 RC-1 Is Here

Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 6.0 of the Linux kernel, but it’s not much different than the current 5.19.