Articles about Open Source
For companies, installing patched OpenSSL software is just the first step in fixing the Heartbleed security problem. End users face a long haul, too. A lot of work needs to be done before we're safe from Heartbleed.
One portal vendor's open source journey builds on a community-based development approach.
Fixes for the highly dangerous OpenSSL Heartbleed security hole are arriving now. Update your servers ASAP.
The latest incarnation of the open-source NoSQL database offers a range of new features designed to appeal to developers and businesses.
A new OpenSSL vulnerability has shown up and some companies are annoyed that the bug was revealed before patches could be delivered for it. Updated April 8.
In response to the outcry over his resignation, Mozilla has published an extensive FAQ on the resignation of its controversial short-term CEO Brendan Eich.
Microsoft's decision to open source more of its .Net platform didn't happen overnight, or even in the past few weeks. It was a move years in the making.
Four months after I swore off Office for Mac in favour of Apache OpenOffice, I'm happy to say that the change has stuck. OpenOffice may not have everything Office power users need, but for the other 99 percent it's capable, reliable, and more compatible with Word than even Apple's Pages.
Hadoop veteran Arun Murthy says Apache Slider will have a major bearing on the future versatility and take-up of the distributed big-data technology.
This Debian GNU/Linux derivative is absolutely jam-packed with elements for multimedia creation, editing and playing.
From the truth-is- stranger-than-fiction files, Microsoft -- along with its mobile-dev tool partner Xamarin -- is creating a new foundation to open source more .Net technologies.
The new release of the commercial version of the popular NGINX Web server looks like it will bring great performance improvements.
Bromium's Simon Crosby strongly advises us not to succumb to Cloudophobia.
Red Hat's collaboration with Google will enable Red Hat customers to move eligible RHEL subscriptions to Google Compute Engine using Red Hat Cloud Access, reinforcing its push for flexibility and choice in its open hybrid cloud.
How does the Debian GNU/Linux Testing distribution compare to their Stable distribution, and to some of the Debian derivatives that I have recently looked at?