Articles about Open Source
A few more days, a bit more experience, A lot more details - and a btrfs filesystem installation!
With Office for Mac in limbo and Apple continuing to spoil Pages for the rest of us, I took a risk installing OpenOffice on a newly configured Mac – and may never look back.
Mozilla, the open-source Web browser group behind Firefox, doesn't appear to have much to do with Google until you look at the bottom line. There, you'll find that 90 percent of Mozilla's revenue comes from Google.
Red Hat's newest update for its flagship enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, is ready to go.
The 13.1 release of openSuSE is here: so how does it work on various systems, with and without UEFI Boot – and when UEFI, with and without Secure Boot
This holiday season The Linux Foundation will donate $25 for every new individual member who joins during the drive to the World Wildlife Fund for emperor penguins.
The latest edition of SUSE's community Linux distribution is ready to use.
As EnterpriseDB unveils new versions of its Postgres management console and database, it points to Oracle pricing as the prime cause for the present rise of the open-source database.
Want to update your Android smartphone or tablet, but your vendor or carrier won't give you a fresh release? Cyanogen can help.
Red Hat's community Linux Fedora's latest distribution, "Heisenbug" is finally out in beta.
Canonical founder says that the new guy in legal sent out the wrong correspondence template.
Oracle will no longer be supporting Glassfish Java Enterprise Edition Server business users.
New cloud nodes are being prepared in what project director believes to be a world-first cloud serving multiple organisations.
Fedora is now 10 years old and is now one of the most beloved Linux distributions. When it was started, it was hated.
Cloud service provider recommends regifting, getting close to users, and frequent capacity planning, but warns over unicorns