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Open-Source Software Funding To Stop Bugs Like Heartbleed

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April 24, 2014
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The Linux Foundation, along with big names such as Google and Intel, is starting a group to help fund open-source software projects like OpenSSL. Video provided by Newsy


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TheStreet (Feb. 24, 2014) — Shares of BlackBerry are rising on Monday on reports that Ford is turning to the beleagured tech company to power its Sync voice-activated system. A partnership would be a significant achievement for BlackBerry, which has been struggling for years. In effect, Ford will be ditching Microsoft, whose voice-activated software has been the basis of Ford's Sync system since it was introduced in 2007. BlackBerry's QNX Software Systems is already featured in Audi and BMW vehicles, but would significantly expand its presence, as Ford has built more than 10 million vehicles worldwide that are equipped with Sync software. Video provided by TheStreet
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Mozilla Bets On Software To Sell Its Chromecast Competitor

Mozilla Bets On Software To Sell Its Chromecast Competitor

Newsy (Oct. 1, 2014) — Mozilla's Matchstick streaming device is entering a crowded market. The company is banking on open-source software to rise above the competition. Video provided by Newsy
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CES 2015: Spark IO Wants to Help You Make Your Own Connected Devices

CES 2015: Spark IO Wants to Help You Make Your Own Connected Devices

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Launched in May 2013, Spark IO is an open source startup for hackers and DIY enthusiasts, creating all the hardware and software people need to make their own connected devices. Plus, their products come super cheap, making building connected gadgets easier and more affordable than ever. One of Spark’s creations is the Spark Core, a tiny development kit that helped to make a smart Hobbit sword that turns blue when there is unsecured WiFi networks present. Video provided by Popular Science
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Apple Will Need To Squish These Bugs In iOS 8

Apple Will Need To Squish These Bugs In iOS 8

Newsy (Sep. 23, 2014) — As users rush to download the latest version of Apple's iOS software, they're running into bugs plaguing battery life, WiFi connectivity, and more. Video provided by Newsy
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