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Stories have been circulating that the Linux desktop had jumped in popularity and was used more than macOS. Alas, it's not so.
LTS Linux will now have a six-year life, rather than a two-year life, which is just what Android developers want and what Android users need.
Linux server administrators will want to patch their systems as soon as possible.
The most popular of the cloud container orchestration programs has stronger security and role-based access control.
SUSE makes creating customized operating system images easier than ever with SUSE Studio Express.
SUSE and Microsoft have the longest running partnership between Linux and Windows. Here's where they've been, where they are now, and where they're going tomorrow.
Mirantis's new Mirantis Cloud Platform's Container-as-a-Service functionality expands beyond private OpenStack clouds to run Kubernetes on the public Amazon Web Services cloud.
SUSE uses the latest version of Kubernetes in its container-as-a-service release to speed software deployment on both Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) clouds.
SUSE Enterprise Storage 5 will soon be available with new enterprise disk-to-disk backup capabilities.
SUSE, one of the oldest Linux and open-source businesses, celebrated its 25th birthday while setting its eyes on its future in the cloud and software-defined infrastructure.
Google's top-of-the-line Chromebook Pixel is coming back with a new name and better specifications.
If you deliberately set out to make your Windows system open to attack via WSL, yes, you could be attacked by Bashware.
Want a free-software smartphone? KDE and Purism have started a crowdfunding campaign to build one.
IBM mainframes are alive, well, and being designed to make the most of Linux.
Open-source software can profitably bring rivals together.
Oracle joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and released Kubernetes on Oracle Linux and its own Kubernetes cloud installer.
The most famous programmer ever is happy his work is meaningful and that he gets to do much of it in his bathrobe.
Oracle confirms it's spinning Java EE to an open-source foundation with IBM and Red Hat's support.
BlueBorne is a set of Bluetooth security holes that just keeps on hitting. Besides smartphones and Windows, it seriously impacts Linux desktops and servers.
The latest version of Microsoft's open-source .NET Core platform will be available soon across Red Hat's Linux and open hybrid cloud offerings.