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Chinese regulators have confirmed they are investigating Microsoft for possible breaches of anti-monopoly laws, following a series of surprise visits to Redmond's offices in cities across China on Monday.

The popular alternative to the Ubuntu Software Centre, App Grid, has been updated with an improved look and layout.

The post App Grid Ubuntu Software Center Alternative Gets Stylish New Look first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

Most Linux admins are aware of the yum (Yellow Dog Updater Modified) utility for package management in Red Hat-based distros such as RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora. Few, however, are aware of the power, benefits, and utility of yum groups. 

The growth of the OpenDaylight community has been astounding in the 15 months since launch. Interest in the project is growing so quickly that we’ve put together an ambassador program to help sustain and grow the worldwide community. 

Lightweight, container-happy Linux gets first Stable release

The developers behind the stripped-down CoreOS Linux distribution have pushed version 367.1.0 to the Stable release channel, marking the first time the project has delivered a production-ready release.

Much like Linux transformed the computing world, open source will transform education as well, says Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX.

Does Tizen have a future, or is it going to be another unlaunched Linux-based mobile operating system?
Mozilla has selected Chris Beard, who started with the company with the release of Firefox 1.0, to be its chief executive.

With just a tiny bit of tweaking, GNOME 3 can be made as powerful and user-friendly as any desktop available.

Love it, loathe it, or laugh at it, Chrome OS keeps on advancing. According to a Google blog post this week, more than 1 million Chromebooks were sold to schools in the second quarter alone.