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The ownCloud infrastructure-as-a-service cloud fork, Nextcloud, is charging forward with new features.
Dell's fifth-generation open-source developer laptop isn't just good, it's great.
Toyota and other car companies have joined the Open Invention Network patent non-aggression community.
It's more of a stunt than practical, but this unlikely marriage of Ubuntu and Windows is interesting to play with.
You could keep worrying about being forced to upgrade to Windows 10, or you could try the best of all Linux desktops: Mint 18.
The ownCloud fork, Nextcloud is aggressively seeking private cloud business customers.
Selecting the best public cloud for your needs can be a bear of a job. RightScale has a tool that can make it more than barely manageable.
Codenvy, Microsoft, and Red Hat have announced they are adopting a universal Language Server Protocol for integrated development environments.
Red Hat releases Red Hat Container Development Kit 2.1
Red Hat releases new version of JBoss EAP 7, a cloud-friendly Java Enterprise Edition server.
IT is moving to the cloud. And, what powers the cloud? Linux. When even Microsoft's Azure has embraced Linux, you know things have changed.
Apache Libcloud, the leading cloud service interoperability library used by Amazon Web Services, Apache CloudStack, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack, and VMware, has finally reached 1.0 status.
Fedora adds multiple Linux desktops, OpenShift cloud Origin and Fedora Atomic Host to drive containerized application development and deployment.
Most, but not all Android apps work really well on a Chromebook.
At the International Supercomputer Conference, the latest TOP500 list of supercomputers was announced. To no one's surprise, Linux, is the top operating system for the world's fastest computers, but many may be shocked to find China now has the most and fastest supercomputers.
Ahead of a promised early July release, Nextcloud 9, the open-source personal and business private cloud, is now available.
Microsoft now has its own BSD Unix operating system, supports Ubuntu as a subsystem on Windows 10, and recently open-sourced the Xamarin software development kit. This is not Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer's Microsoft.
HPE is putting all its container eggs into the Docker basket.
DevOps has empowered the cloud, and now it's coming to IBM's z Systems and LinuxONE mainframes.
The latest release of SUSE Enterprise Server 3 comes with Ceph Jewel support.