Articles about Open Source
Taking a look at this excellent Linux distribution suitable for anyone from first-time Linux installations to seasoned hands.
Is Samsung coming to Finland to scoop up former Nokia software engineers?
Fedora 18 was slow to arrive, but Fedora 19, “Schrödinger's Cat," Red Hat's latest community Linux, is on schedule.
A new version of Pidora has been released to take advantage of the Raspberry Pi's hardware.
EnterpriseDB's Tom Kincaid discusses why Salesforce.com hired Tom Lane, well-known contributor in the PostgreSQL community. It could mean many things. What's clear is that Salesforce.com is embracing the open source database for a very large, enterprise-class workload.
I've been experimenting with installing the new Debian release across a number of devices - here's what I've found so far.
A drawback of MySQL for high-availability websites should soon be eliminated by the MariaDB fork, according to Michael 'Monty' Widenius, the open-source database's main author.
Hortonworks has released its open-source implementation of its Hadoop implementation for Windows, paving the way for Microsoft to deliver its own Hadoop software and services.
Aaron Swartz is no longer with us, but his last major project, Strongbox, is bringing privacy to internet users.
Canonical reveals more details of its roadmap for its Ubuntu SDK, which will allow developers to use the same code base to create apps for Ubuntu running on phones, tablets and desktops.
Google is distributing hundreds of environmental sensors across the Moscone Centre in San Francisco to monitor everything from footsteps to air quality.
The team working on Ubuntu's Touch smartphone OS plans to start using it as an everyday phone before the end of the month.
Does Linux really need another application packaging and installment system? Ubuntu will be adding another one for its Ubuntu Touch smartphones and tablets.
Facebook and friends' Open Compute Project has made servers, motherboards, and power supplies more affordable for datacenters. Now it tackles perhaps its biggest challenge to date: High-end network switches.
Open-source distributed computing software Hadoop features strongly in the plans of NoSQL database company MarkLogic.