Articles about Open Source
In one week, the security-focused BSD distribution has retreated from the status of pauper, and is looking to push onto CA$150,000 of funding for the year.
CESG, the UK government's arm that assesses operating systems and software security, has published its findings for ‘End User Device’ operating systems. The most secure of the lot? Ubuntu 12.04.
More adventures with add-ons: a four-port USB hub specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi, and a Bluetooth USB adapter. Also, as summary of hardware and costs so far.
Tizen, a well-backed would-be rival to Android and iOS, has hit a snag after Japan's NTT Docomo dropped plans to launch a device running the Linux-based platform.
Security-focused BSD distribution says it will have to cease operations unless a sponsor for its power is found.
No major carriers are expected to ship a smartphone running the Ubuntu Touch OS until 2015, according to Ubuntu's community manager.
A new update pack 2014.01.15 for SolydX and SolydK, along with a new update release schedule.
One of the most carefully designed transitions away from proprietary software is underway in the Italian province of Umbria, with cost, culture and efficiency all spurring the move.
Despite being key pillars in protecting online freedom of speech, one Irish political party member wants open-source browsers and anonymous networks scrutinised by EU nations.
Managing virtual machines and hypervisors can be a real pain. Managing multiple ones across multiple platforms is even worse Convirture is easing the headaches.
No, it's not a joke. The Linux Foundation has joined forces with the Apache Software Foundation, the grandfather of open-source development groups, to help run ApacheCon.
Installing multiple Linux distributions on a UEFI boot system - here are my experiences with Korora/Fedora and Mint/Ubuntu.
Mullenweg also asserted that he is now ready to take on the demanding job of CEO, being that he is "30 and two days old."
I install four different desktops: Gnome, KDE, Cinnamon and Xfce.
The organisation behind Firefox is looking to build a global auditing system to verify that Mozilla builds do not contain any code forced into the browser by court order.