Google Apps is very Linux friendly. But when using Linux, how do you get the most out of your experience?
More vulnerabilities were discovered in Google Chrome last year than any other piece of core internet software – that's according to research that also found 2014 clocked record numbers of zero-day flaws.
Red Hat's shares are on the up after the Linux distro maker beat Wall Street's expectations in its fourth financial quarter, ended February 28.
GNOME 3.16, the latest stable update of the popular open-source desktop environment, has been released.
The post GNOME 3.16 Released — This Is What’s New And Improved first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
V5 of Scality's RING object storage software is now generally available, and has automated installation to ease the construction of petabyte rings with hundreds of nodes.
Azul Systems has added a new, ultra-compact entry to its portfolio of alternative Java environments, taking a run at Oracle for the lucrative mobile, embedded, and Internet of Things (IoT) markets.
The explosive growth of data from Internet-connected devices has, in turn, led to massive demand for storage and analysis tools in the tech industry. Treasure Data aims to serve this growing need for data storage and analysis in one place with their big data cloud service based on Linux.
Cloud outfit Joyent has launched Triton, a new software and service offering that provides what Joyent describes as "container native infrastructure," where the Linux container – not a server or a VM – is the atomic unit of hosting.
Google says security biz MCS Holdings has created unauthorized SSL certificates for some Google-owned websites.
Open-Xchange, a maker of web apps that some of the biggest telcos and hosts rebrand as their own, has bought up open-source mailserver firm Dovecot and DNS server outfit PowerDNS.
A new range of SGI supercomputers will be used in nuclear weapons research at the UK Atomic Weapons Establishment.
IBM has stated explicitly what its recent strategy had already suggested implicitly: Big Blue has decided to get more strategic in China.
If you are planning to order a Pi or if you just received one and are wondering what to do with it, this article will provide you with much-needed assistance.
Anti-virus – sorry, endpoint security - programs suck. I loathe them and they have been the bane of my professional existence for the better part of 20 years. Despite the crushing, crushing sadness that they cause, the call came down to review Intel Security’s latest endpoint security product, McAfee Endpoint Protection Advanced for SMB and - against my better judgement - I don't completely hate it.
While in Melbourne enduring the antipodean version of Cisco Live!, The Register's networking desk met veep and CTO Bret Hartman. Here's what he told us about network security, a field he feels is basically doomed. Forever.