Fifty companies have joined up to unify Internet of Things edge-computing programming.
Besides managing OpenStack clouds, Mirantis is adding cloud container management to its skillset with Kubernetes.
Do you want a no-expenses spared Linux desktop? Then check out the new Dell Precision 5720.
Red Hat wants you to manage your cloud containers with OpenShift Container Platform 3.5.
A long-fixed bug in how Android and Linux handles UDP network connections has caused a lot of unnecessary worry.
Ubuntu 17.04 is another solid desktop release, but Unity, its default desktop, is being retired. This new distribution's real improvements are in its cloud and server versions.
Red Hat is steering its DevOps program into network management.
Ubuntu's moving to a Gnome 3 desktop from here on out. Here's the plan.
Canonical is re-shifting its priorities to its strong suit: The cloud and the Internet of Things.
The rise of smartphones has led to Android becoming more popular, says StatCounter, but by such a fine margin that not everyone agrees.
The popular enterprise container DevOps program, Kubernetes, is now ready to handle up to 5,000 nodes in a single cluster.
Red Hat has just released Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.2.
Daimler, owner of Mercedes-Benz, has joined the Linux and open-source patent-protection organization.
The new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 beta enables companies to migrate their existing RHEL 6 workloads into container-based applications for deployment on RHEL 7, RHEL Atomic Host, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Remote code execution bugs in Apport, an Ubuntu Linux default file handler, has opened a door to attacks and crashes.
The latest version of Nextcloud adds business security and scalability improvements to its small business cloud.
Red Hat's Java Enterprise Edition middleware stack is now available on the company's Plaform-as-a-Service cloud.
Here are some holiday present suggestions for the open-source or Linux fan on your gift list.
Amazon is going after hosting and virtual private server companies with its latest low-end cloud offering.
The top "Linux" event is being consolidated with other conferences under the "open source" name.