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The autonomous Raspberry Pi-powered robot yacht built by British students that competes worldwide

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UK National Weather service embraces Open Government initiatives with a switch to open source with help from 2ndQuadrant training

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Work in and develop for Windows without ever having to properly dual-boot it, by creating a virtual machine

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PostgreSQL specialists 2ndGuadrant expands its reach and knowledge with Japanese-based members and ex-Skype workers

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Our sister magazine donates 10% of profits to fight illegal poaching

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Switch Firefox’s new design back to Firefox 28-style using the Classic Theme Restorer if the new aesthetics are not your thing

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WattOS, the lightweight energy saving Linux distro, has just released an eighth version with a switch to Debian from an Ubuntu base

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Cut out the middleman by managing your own webmail for personal accounts and avoid any unnecessary downtime

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Fedora 21 has got the go ahead to properly implement GNOME in Wayland, the successor to X11. It may also end up the default display server

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Also inside we have tutorials for building Android apps with Kivy, analysing code and creating your own CCTV system along with a report from our very first Raspberry Jam

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Private, open source search engine DuckDuckGo gains video and image search in the beta, due to be implemented in normal version soon

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Firefox 29 has been revealed and is billed as the biggest update to the open source browser since Firefox 4 in 2011, with a new design and more customisation tools

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