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Yesterday it was publicly announced that Jules Bianchi died friday of the severe head injuries he sustained 9 months ago at the Japanese Grand Prix in October 2014.

A short announcement on my own account: as you might have recognized already with a look at the footer you can now find crowbyte at the diaspora network as well!

The DragonFly BSD team announced yesterday the immediate availability of the new 4.2.0 major version.

Last weekend Nelson Pique Jr., son of Nelson Piquet, a three-times Formula 1 World Champion, and himself a former Formula 1 race driver who made 28 races for the Renault Formula 1 team between 2008 and 2009, won the first driver's Championship at the Formula E.

The openSUSE project announced that work has started on a completely new openSUSE release.

After the announcement of the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X and it's smaller companions at the E3 2015 lately we reached the day of truth yesterday as the press is now allowed to publish benchmarks and tests about the new AMD Radeon graphic adapters.

In June 1985 - my year of birth - a legend came into the world of computing - the Atari ST.

Nico Hülkenberg, Nick Tandy and Earl Bamber, formerly the least-favoured Prosche trio, put in an amazing performance and are the first rookie winners for 17 years.

Is BlackBerry laying it's BlackBerry 10 OS to rest?

Today, February 27th, we experience another sad day - Leonard Nimoy, best know for his role as Spock in many Star Trek movies and the television series, died at age 83 from the sequelae of COPD.