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  • News: Microsoft opens Azure to IaaS, Linux

    Microsoft unveiled new capabilities for Azure that move the cloud offering from a platform as a service into the competitive landscape of infrastructure as a service, while embracing open-source operating systems.

  • News: Microsoft to run Linux on Azure

    After years of battling Linux as a competitive threat, Microsoft is now offering Linux-based operating systems on its Windows Azure cloud service.

  • News: Samsung Gets Serious About Linux with $500K Investment

    It's been clear for some time that Samsung has a strong interest in Linux; but on Tuesday, the company put its money where its mouth is and made the $500,000 annual investment necessary to become a platinum member of the Linux Foundation.

  • News: Ubuntu OS for smartphones may come next year

    The Ubuntu operating system for smartphones is getting closer to release, with Canonical officials hinting the release will possibly come as early as later this year or sometime next year.

  • News: Fedora Linux capitulates to Microsoft boot certificate

    In order to get its Linux distribution to run on the next generation of secured desktop computing hardware, the Fedora Project will obtain a digital signature from Microsoft, a developer from the project announced Wednesday.

  • News: Why can't Linux crack the desktop?

    Linux has so many positive attributes, there is a wonder why it is not on more desktops. You can't beat the price and it has fewer viruses than Windows. But why hasn't it taken off?

  • Opinion: Fedora Linux 17 'Beefy Miracle' Makes Its Official Debut

    It was just a few short weeks ago that I wrote about the beta release of Fedora Linux 17, but on Tuesday the free and open source operating system--also known as "Beefy Miracle"--made its widely anticipated final debut.

  • News: Fedora 17 takes to the cloud

    The newest release of the Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Linux distribution includes a number of technologies that haven't made their way into Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) yet, including a new version of the OpenStack cloud platform, code-named Essex, that the company plans to adopt in future editions of its flagship distribution.

  • News: Microsoft Delivers a Blow to Open Source with Visual Studio 11

    Microsoft has already ruffled more than a few feathers with the exclusionary potential of its forthcoming Windows 8 operating system, and this past week the open source community has been up in arms again.

  • Opinion: Today Is Geek Pride Day! Four Reasons to Feel Cheerful About Tech

    Star Wars Day may have just barely come and gone, but today, May 25, is perhaps an even bigger event for those of us in the tech world: Geek Pride Day.

  • News: Most OpenOffice users run Windows

    Nearly 9 out of 10 downloads of the new version of OpenOffice have been for Windows machines, rather than Linux, according to recently released statistics from Apache.

  • News: Linux Mint 13 rallies behind Gnome

    With the new version of Linux Mint, released Wednesday, the developers behind the open source Linux distribution have put all energies behind Gnome, offering two versions of the desktop interface.

  • Opinion: Five Things to Look Forward to in Linux Mint 13 'Maya'

    There's been much attention focused lately on Canonical's recently released Ubuntu Linux 12.04 "Precise Pangolin," but it's by no means the only popular Linux distribution out there with a major update in the offing.

  • Opinion: Linux Kernel Update Beefs Up Security and Graphics Support

    Linux creator Linus Torvalds on Sunday released a brand-new version of the Linux kernel, and it's packed with a range of goodies that promise to make life considerably better for users.

  • News: Linux kernel 3.4 released

    Version 3.4 of the Linux kernel was officially rolled out Sunday, in what maintainer Linus Torvalds called a "calm" release cycle.

  • News: Linux 3.4 released quickly, after smooth development cycle

    Just over two months after its last major release, Linus Torvalds has posted the newest version of the open source Linux kernel, which supports new graphics processors from Nvidia and Intel, improves file system functionality and comes with a new security module.

  • News: This Tiny PC Runs Linux and Android 4.0--and Costs Just $74

    Over the past few months there have been no fewer than three tiny, cheap Linux PCs making headlines, and now there's a fourth to add to the list.

  • News: Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix Gets an Update to 12.04

    When Canonical launched its Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix back in February, it was based on Ubuntu Linux 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot,” which was then the most current stable version of the free and open source operating system.

  • News: Red Hat preps RHEL 7 for second half of 2013

    The next major release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), version 7, is targeted for release in the second half of 2013, Red Hat said on Tuesday, as it also celebrated the tenth anniversary of its enterprise OS.

  • Opinion: Six Key Features Coming in Mageia Linux 2.0

    Mandriva Linux is a venerable distribution with numerous advantages to recommend it, but it's no secret that the software's French publisher has been facing tough times.


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