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The Free Software Foundation has announced Libiquity's Taurinus X200 laptop has met its strict requirements for being a free-software computer, including replacing Intel's Management Engine firmware.
I've been using Linux and Unix desktops for decades, but I know they'll never be popular -- though not for the reasons you might imagine.
Microsoft's love affair with Linux continues as the company releases HDInsight, Microsoft's big data Hadoop-on-Azure service for Ubuntu Linux on its Azure cloud.
The new Turnkey release enables small businesses to easily set up a wide-variety of Linux-based business servers on your local hardware, the Amazon Web Services cloud, and, soon, Docker containers.
The next version of Red Hat's community Linux, Fedora, is now in beta.
September 20th was a bad day for Amazon. For five hours, the East coast AWS was misbehaving. Here's why it happened and how AWS was restored to service.
Red Hat reports that the Ceph community project and Inktank download sites were hacked last week and it's possible that some code was corrupted.
Another major government office moves to open-source software.
Ready to look into the future or Red Hat Enterprise Linux and containers? Then check out the latest RHEL beta.
What do you get when you put open-source software and flash drives together? The first open-source software-defined storage array.
You name the container, VMware is bringing it to VMware vSphere.
A European-led effort defines the basic rights for users over their personal data.
Ubuntu is more than twice as popular on the Amazon cloud as all other operating systems combined.
The latest Linux Foundation Collaborative Project is Kinetic: Open-source software and standards for cloud object storage technologies.
Security expert says we're in a cyberwar arms race, and with the Sony attack, North Korea has already taken the first shot at the United States.
In a broad-ranging question and answer session, Linus Torvalds, Linux's founder, shared his thoughts on the current state of open source and Linux.
The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative is reaching out to the community to help determine which open-source projects practice good security methods.
Thanks to customer demand, IBM and Canonical are working on bringing Ubuntu to the Big Blue's z System mainframe.
IBM is not just introducing new mainframes, but a new way of paying for on premises big iron that makes mainframes cheaper than they've even before.
Linux continues to give the mainframe the new blood it needs to stay alive in the 21st century.