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Linux overcame massive hardware security problems while Microsoft -- yes, Microsoft -- made its biggest ever open-source software move.
If there are a couple of Windows applications holding you back from using a Chromebook, Google will soon let you run Windows 10 on your high-end Chromebook.
The new Linux Mint is another step forward in what's already an outstanding Linux desktop distribution.
A recent Treasury audit report revealed an IRS IT move from Solaris to Linux was delayed due to gross incompetence.
Protecting your live data on the cloud is a real worry. IBM suggests, "Why not encrypt it?"
Kubernetes is hotter than hot? Why? A big reason is because many companies think it's the way to the future of the cloud.
Alibaba and Ant Financial are trying to cool things off in the Sino-US intellectual property wars by joining the pro-Linux Open Invention Network patent protection organization.
Yes, yes they could. And I would no longer bet they won't. Here's why.
Do you want the best of the best Linux laptop this holiday season and price is no object? If that's you, then you want the Ubuntu Linux-powered Dell's XPS 13 Developer Edition laptop.
Want a trustworthy, full-featured Kubernetes package that's not tied to a specific vendor? Then you should talk to Bitnami.
A vital part of the Kubernetes stack, etcd, is moving from Red Hat to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Canonical wants to make it darn clear that, besides being the leading cloud Linux distributor, it's also a major Kubernetes player.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a packaging system for cloud native applications? Docker and Microsoft thought so, as they've created one: Cloud Native Application Bundle.
While it's no Google Pixelbook, at half the price, the latest Acer Chromebook 13 gives more bang for the buck.
In the aftermath of being purchased by IBM, Red Hat keeps making hybrid-cloud moves.
The next major RHEL update is on its way with more container friendliness than ever.
Ubuntu Linux founder Mark Shuttleworth talks about Ubuntu, OpenStack, competition with Red Hat, and Canonical's forthcoming IPO.
OpenStack has made it clear it will be doing more than IaaS cloud. Let's look at what the foundation is doing in containers, edge-computing, and CI/CD.
Mark Shuttleworth might consider selling Canonical and its Ubuntu Linux operating system, if he were still in charge of it afterwards.
OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud meets Kubernetes cloud container orchestration.