Articles about Open Source
Firefox is the only major browser that is written to serve users and the open web, and it's now more than a match for Google Chrome. And the new Australis version, due later this month, could be a good time to make the switch
Container technology, a lightweight kind of virtualization, is becoming a core component in major Linux distributions. But what role will it really plan in datacenters and the cloud?
It's smooth, pretty, and, in short, it's the nicest Ubuntu Linux desktop that's ever been.
Icehouse, the newest version of the leading open source cloud OpenStack, is now ready for users.
Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr is everything a Long Term Support release should be. No big changes, but a solid, stable release, with a few nips and tucks here and there.
Wearable technology meets the music industry in the form of these gloves. They include motion technology that helps you to get closer to the music that you want to make.
Coverity, a company specializing in software quality and security testing solutions, finds that open source programs tend to have fewer errors than proprietary programs.
Infor aligns with Red Hat and EnterpriseDB to create an open source technology stack that aims to cut cost of ownership by with lower license and maintenance fees.
But where's the final release of Red Hat's flagship Linux server distribution?
Dell's enterprise arm is making leaps and bounds this week with a host of new upgrades intended to boost cloud and datacenter performance.
People assumed that open source software is somehow magical, that it's immune to ordinary programming mistakes and security blunders. It's not.
The Marketplace debut is one of the first introductions we can expect from Red Hat this week as the 2014 Red Hat Summit kicks off in San Francisco on Monday.
A new release, a new installer, and a new desktop makes this a fun and beautiful option.
Steve Marquess, OpenSSL Software Foundation president, has called for major users of OpenSSL to stump up and help fund a half dozen full-time OpenSSL employees, rather than the one it has now.
Shouldering the burden of covering costs for its Outreach Program for Women has left the GNOME Foundation with no cash reserves, and the need to implement a budget freeze.