Articles about Open Source
Android is well on its way to being the most popular end-user operating system of all.
Amid a battle over a Freedom of Information request to the Australian Electoral Commission, the Senate has passed a motion compelling the commission to hand over the source code for software used to count votes for the Senate.
Red Hat's latest release underscores just how important OpenStack is to the Linux giant's future.
With more new features due soon, the Postgres relational database continues to strengthen its hand, says the open-source project's core team member and EnterpriseDB chief architect Dave Page.
Rejecting existing, open source groups looking to establish a common approach for the Internet of Things, Samsung, Intel, Broadcom, Dell have formed the Open Interconnect Consortium to establish a common open source approach for the Internet of Things.
The "official" Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone CentOS is releasing its next major version today.
Oculus will open-source RakNet's C++ class library, perhaps as a gift to developers planning to attend its inaugural dev conference this September.
With enterprises scrambling for the right combinations of tech and business skills, age may be less of a factor in IT hiring prospects.
Container-type virtualisation, including software from Docker, looks promising but it has still to carve out a role, according to Red Hat platform business chief Jim Totton.
Linux has long been both the cloud and the datacenter's favorite operating system, but it wasn't until CoreOS came along that anyone designed a Linux just for the cloud and datacenter.
Big trends in the No Design Database era and other takeaways from MongoDB's first user conference.
With DataStax 4.5, the NoSQL company is offering fast analytics through Apache Spark as well as the option to merge Cassandra and Hadoop data.
MapR's tools are used for big data and analytics, but the space is crowded with the likes of Cloudera and Hortonworks as well as IBM, EMC's Pivotal and others.
From CDC's 40MHz "supercomputer" to 2014's Tianhe-2's 33.86 PetaFlops per second, supercomputers are continuing to push computing to its ultimate limits.
Facebook wants to remind everyone once again how serious they are about promoting the open source movement.