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Nvidia Launches CUDA 6 Developer Platform

Nvidia is releasing the latest version of its CUDA toolkit that company officials said features some of the platform’s most significant improvements, including unified memory. CUDA is designed to enable developers to create software for computing systems that leverage GPU accelerators.

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Red Hat Unleashes Project Atomic as Part of Linux Container Effort

Red Hat introduces Project Atomic, which enables apps to easily be deployed on containers, as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 release nears.

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Facebook’s making moves to challenge PayPal

After attempts to kickstart its own virtual currency stalled, Facebook may soon get into the business of sending real money between you and your friends.

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Google acquires drone-making startup Titan Aerospace

Google announced on Monday that it would be acquiring Titan Aerospace, a startup that develops high-altitude, solar-powered drones. Titan Aerospace was previously courted by Facebook for a reported $60 million buyout, but it appears that Google struck first.

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Intel cuts 1,500 jobs in Costa Rica, consolidates some operations in Asia

Intel is cutting 1,500 jobs in Costa Rica as it takes steps to cut 5 percent of its workforce by the end of the fiscal year. The job cuts, which will happen over the next two fiscal quarters, are at a site that does chip assembly and testing, said Chuck Mulloy, an Intel spokesman.

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What Will Cloudera Do with $900 Million?

Cloudera’s motto is “Ask bigger questions.” In light of today’s news regarding a mind-boggling $900 million funding round and a $4.1 billion valuation, one big question rises to the surface: What in the world is Cloudera going to do with all that money?

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Juniper to Cut 6 Percent of Workforce, Consolidate Buildings

Juniper Networks will cut 6 percent of its workforce, exit the application delivery controller business and consolidate facilities as part of a business streamlining effort that comes as some shareholders push the networking company to cut costs and return more money to investors.

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