Collection of Linux related news hopefully!
When you have a need that Apache can’t fill, it’s good to know there are alternatives available.
The first Ubuntu Linux smartphones go on sale next week, after more than a year of chatter about the upcoming release.
Oracle sometimes seems to be a bit miffed by enthusiasm for Linux container darling Docker because its own Solaris “Zones” have done containers for ages.
Werner Koch is looking at a big payday after pulling in over $150,000 to fund the continuing development of his crucial open-source GNU Privacy Guard encryption tools.
People still using Adobe Flash should update the plugin after the Photoshop giant patched 15 remote-code execution holes in its screen-door software.
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It’s Satya Nadella’s first year as chief executive of the world’s largest software company.
One year ago, on February 4, 2013, Microsoft's board of directors appointed Satya Nadella the third chief executive in the company's history. So what do we have to show for it, so far?
Games giant Valve says it will release details about a promised successor to the OpenGL graphics API at a conference in San Francisco next month.
Head of Open Source at Facebook James Pearce describes the importance of cross-collaboration and open source software.