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Red Hat is releasing a new version of its OpenShift Kubernetes platform, OpenShift 4.3, with better container storage support via Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4.
The well-known embedded Linux company Wind River is beefing up its security as its devices face an increasingly networked world.
Want to help lock down Kubernetes and make some money while you're at it? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has a new bug bounty program for you.
The final steps are being made in the Google v. Oracle copyright case, which will put the fate of programming in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Vendors show off the first generation of Open Connectivity Foundation-compatible Internet of Things devices.
The next-generation of Dell's high-end Linux laptops will come with up to 32GB of RAM.
If you want a top-of-the-line Chromebook for work, your first choice has been the Google's Pixelbook Go. Now, Samsung is releasing a challenger, the Galaxy Chromebook.
Windows 7 is down to its last days. If you don't care for Windows 10, it's time to consider running Linux Mint instead.
The easiest and best Linux desktop had a new long-term support release during the holidays. Here's what's new and neat in this latest version.
This was the year when, once and for all, it became clear that the future of technology belongs to Linux and open-source software.
The old-style PC is on its way out. It's being replaced by desktop-as-a-service, cloud-based PCs.
Open source took over the world because of community, and community expert Jono Bacon explains how this concept can revolutionize your business in his new book People Powered.
Red Hat asked its customers around the globe what they wanted, and while they want the hybrid cloud, Red Hat may not have the experienced staff needed for the transformation from traditional IT to the cloud.
The year of the Linux desktop on Windows continues to gather steam.
Canonical is putting more resources into the Linux desktop and that includes making Ubuntu better on the Windows desktop.
Canonical has brought premium Ubuntu Pro Linux images to Amazon Web Services, which come with extended maintenance, broader security coverage, and critical compliance features.
With 12,000 plus attendees, KubeCon is arguably the most popular open-source conference of all time. Behind it, numerous companies are turning to Kubernetes for their container orchestration.
Open Invention Network teams up with IBM, Linux Foundation, and Microsoft to protect open-source software from patent trolls
Together, they'll support Unified Patents' Open Source Zone. This move will deter patent trolls from suing for fear they'll find their patents annulled.
The new list of the world's fastest computers -- supercomputing's Top 500 -- is out, and every one runs faster than a petaflop using Linux.
GNOME, KDE, and Linux desktop developers all agree Flatpak and Snap are the future of Linux desktop application delivery.