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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Linux, the Linux Foundation is holding a t-shirt contest.
Nintendo Wii U is Nintendo's next-generation home console. The Wii U has a revolutionary new controller with a built-in screen, camera, and much more!
Adventurers take a big step in their dream to launch a human into space without government assistance or interference.
Today sees the GNOME Desktop project released GNOME 3.0, the first major release of the free and open source desktop environment in nine years.
First look at Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) Beta 1
Among these more obscure flavors of Linux are a few that you may not have encountered, but could be just what you need.
In terms of the user interface, Canonical’s Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” represents a significant departure from previous versions. Will end-users accept the changes?
The Document Foundations debuts its first full, stable (and free) release of the next generation of OpenOffice - LibreOffice 3.3.
This year's Linux.conf.au kicked off with a bang yesterday, with hundreds of delegates from all over the world converging on Queensland University of Technology, despite the flood crisis which threatened to can the annual conference.
GM's new Hybrid Electric Vehicle goes on-sale in 7 US markets in November of 2010 with an initial production run of 10,000 vehicles, for $40,000 MSRP.
TechRepublic has previously talked about some of the things you can do to increase your geek cred. Naturally, there are also some things that can hurt your reputation as a geek. In fact, we've put together a list of 10 of the worst transgressions for any geek. Doing any one of these will put your geek credentials at risk. Do two of them and your geek card immediately gets revoked.
Ubuntu 10.10 was released for download on 10/10/10. This screenshot gallery shows what is new and improved.
Backupninja is for any Linux administrator looking for a solid backup tool that won't require a full day's work to setup, but will still be reliable.
A few reasons to show how much better a non-Windows experience can be.
Over the last week, Jolicloud started rolling out the first complete version of its Netbook-centric Linux distribution to existing users.