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Facebook has already set up shop in North Carolina and Oregon, but it's heading to Iowa for its next -- and biggest -- data center. According to the Des Moines Register, the town of Altoona will be home to a 1.4-million-square-foot facility (code-named Catapult), and it will reportedly be the \"mos

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Yes, we'll admit that we borrowed that pun in the title. MooresCloud founder Mark Pesce's Xzibit reference is still a very apt description of the Light, his company's Linux-based LED lamp. The Australian team's box-shaped illumination runs the open OS (including a LAMP web server stack) on an inte

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Not far from the bustling labs of Northeastern University is the even more bustling hacker space known as Artisan's Asylum. The roughly 30,000 square foot complex is home to more than 100 makers, tinkerers and artists who building all sorts of crazy contraptions. One of the less ostentatious proje

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If Symbian can do it, Android certainly can -- and sure enough, there's a web server available for Android devices well before a single handset's even on the market. The entirely Java-based Jetty server made a particularly well-suited target for the port seeing how Android apps are based in Java, an

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Mobile security firm Gemalto has hooked up with LG to offer phones supporting its Smart Card Web Server technology, which essentially drops a web server and content right onto a phone's SIM. There are a number of value propositions here, but Gemalto appears to be primarily pushing two of them: one,

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Nokia's \"Raccoon\" project to bring Apache down to size and shoehorn it into an S60 footprint is starting to come into its own, spawning the company's \"Mobile Web Server\" beta that's open to the public. If you still think serving web pages from a data- and power-sensitive device in your pocket sound

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It's been no secret that Nokia has been working on a mobile web server, lovingly codenamed project \"Raccoon,\" but now they've taken things one step further, recently releasing the server source code under an open source license on the SourceForge website. The server is a version of Apache originall

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