Canonical has uploaded a short video recapping their booth at this year's Mobile World Congress 2015.
Most of what SanDisk sells goes into mobile devices. But going forward, SanDisk is determined to enter the systems business too, noted Allen Samuels, chief software architect of SanDisk’s emerging storage solutions, in his keynote at the Linux Foundation’s Vault storage conference this week in Boston.
The final instalment of Blighty's Cyber Security Challenge, a ten-month process to find new talent for Blighty's infosec workforce, will conclude this afternoon.
VMware's teased us about vSphere 6 since August 2014's VMworld, then threw a big launch bash for it on February 2nd. And on Thursday Virtzilla got around to actually making it available.
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's Patch Tuesday release, Adobe has published security fixes for its Flash Player browser plugin.
Google killing off its own software projects is nothing new, but the Mountain View goliath will soon kill your software projects, too, if you host them on Google Code.
Audacity is a free, open source, cross-platform recording and editing tool that is perfectly suited for podcasting. Jack Wallen offers tips and tricks to help you ramp up your experience so it’s more efficient, effective and, in the end, you’ll wind up with better sounding audio.
Linux container outfit Docker has expanded its staff yet again, this time by gobbling up the creators of a GUI Docker management tool for OS X.
SUSE has announced go-live for its latest IaaS private cloud offering, with a 60-day free evaluation to sweeten the deal.
I think vibrant projects live a culture of review before code gets committed. I think this is because the developers have perspective and context that can never be built into a static analysis tool.
No one likes being watched. The moment another eye sets upon us, we seize up. All our fluid actions become forced, unnatural and overthought. We dream up all sorts of ridiculous schemes that might allow us to hide in plain sight as we wait impatiently for that gaze to move elsewhere. Could we find clothing that blends in with the wallpaper? Produce a distraction that allows us to slip away? Or maybe insist that we have right to privacy?
The Ubuntu 15.04 default wallpaper has been revealed. It once again uses origami folds over a purple gradient but has a distinct feel, too.