LibreOffice has more Office compatibility and native Apple Silicon support, but The Document Foundation really wants enterprise customers to pay for the otherwise free and open source (FOSS) alternative to Microsoft Office.
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Google's Android Team is backing an effort to introduce Rust as a second programming language in the Linux kernel.
Microsoft open-sources a key piece of software history, one that would help the company rule personal computers.
Mozilla has decided against palming off the Thunderbird email project to other open-source organizations.
Raspberry Pi sales are likely to top four million units before it reaches its third year of availability.
The NSW Department of Education and Training will hire hundreds of extra full-time IT staff to support the 220,000 netbooks to be deployed this year, but the fleet's operating system is yet to be announced.
Australian students build Linux-based tool that allows investigators to collect forensic data without compromising its integrity.
Developers hope to create a common Android base to fix Linux mobile fragmentation.
The Australian Taxation Office has advised Australians using Apple or Linux operating systems that they will be unable to lodge tax returns electronically using the ATO's e-tax software unless they use a Windows emulator or a kiosk in one of the agency's shop fronts.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds has labelled makers of the rival OpenBSD operating system a "bunch of masturbating monkeys" in a wider critique of what he said was self-centred behaviour in the IT security industry.