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Xen, the open-source virtualization project, believes that ARM has a big role to play in the server and datacenter space, so it's adding support to more ARM chipsets.
I think Microsoft has a real shot of being a top-tier Android hardware company. Yes, I'm quite serious.
Want a good-paying Linux job, but don't have the skills? The Linux Foundation is setting up a new program of online classes for you.
Yes, GnuTLS has major security holes. So what? Almost no one uses it in ways where it could be vulnerable to fraud.
If you're a government worker and have been wanting to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux securely on your Amazon cloud, it's your lucky day. The popular open-source operating system is finally available on Amazon Web Services.
In a surprising move, Red Hat will enable users to run .NET applications and SQL Server on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.
Other Linux distributions are moving to MariaDB for their default database management system, but Ubuntu is standing by Oracle's MySQL. Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth explains why.
When Canonical introduced its new Ubuntu Unity interface, a major design element was a global, universal menu that all apps would use. Things have changhed. Canonical is switching back to local app menus.
Nokia may be making the Android X, X+ and XL handsets, but at the end of the day it was Microsoft's call to produce Android phones. This is bad news for Windows Phone.
IBM thinks that opening its middleware stack to the cloud in BlueMix will prove to be winning bet.
RiskIQ, an Internet security company, claims that malicious apps have grown by almost 400 percent on Google's Android Play store.
The first native Ubuntu smartphones are expected to be in customers' hands in 2014.
Want a tech job? Then polish up your Linux skills and you will be handsomely rewarded.
Several stories recently have spread misinformation about how Google licenses Android and its services. Here's the real story on how Android licensing works with open source and Linux.
After months of often bitter debate, Ubuntu will follow Debian in using systemd instead of its own Upstart for Linux start-up and shutdown routines.
After years of talk about the Linux desktop becoming important, it finally is. But thanks to Chromebooks and Android PCs, it's not the Linux desktop we expected.
Rackspace, one of OpenStack's founders, takes open source very, very seriously. How seriously? Their "Rackers" can work on open-source projects that compete with the company's own open-source programs.
Dell's Wyse division, takes a HDMI stick, adds some Android, mixes in some thin-client sauce, and bakes up a new kind of portable PC.
The leading open-source alternative to Microsoft Office is looking better than ever.
The rise of Android PCs and Chromebooks show that Microsoft could be losing its iron-grip on the desktop.