Linux 3 and Firefox 5 are moving forward as LibreOffice proves that it's serious.
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Linux 3 development hit another milestone this week, and both KDE and Btrfs are seeing better days ahead, too.
Forks take on a life of their own as the Linux desktop everyone dreams gets another chance. From Mandrake Linux to LibreOffice to OpenOffice the Linux desktop may have finally arrived.
Finally the Linux kernel advances a number as new distro releases from Red Hat, Mint, Puppy Linux and Tiny Core debut.
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Rapid rate of change continues as new Linux 2.6.39 kernel debuts, including SUSE Linux moving to return to its pre-Novell-era glory.
The 'Year of the Desktop' may be cliche, but Google ChromeBook just might make it happen.
Red Hat rolls out new cloud services as Ubuntu loses its CTO and KDE updates.
It's a big week for releases as both Ubuntu 11.04 and Slackware 13.37 Linux debut. Meanwhile, another Linux vendor officially sets off to a new future with Attachmate.
This week's Linux Top 5: SCO gets new ownership, Oracle call its quits on OpenOffice as Novell releases last major update for SLES 10, and more.
The newest release of Novell's openSUSE Linux debuts with LibreOffice, KDE 4.6, a zippy package management system and a new rolling release system that could eliminate the need for future big releases.
There are a lot of mobile apps that use open source software, but how many of them are in compliance with open source licensing rules? As it turns out, not very many.
Novell is using open source technology from rival Linux server vendor Red Hat to help Red Hat users migrate to SUSE Linux.
Valerie Aurora and Mary Gardiner have founded the Ada Initiative, an ambitious effort to encourage women's participation in both FOSS and related groups such as the Free Culture Movement and Wikipedia.
Who is smarter, Linux or people? IBM's SUSE Linux powered supercomputer Watson faces off against human contestants on the TV game show "Jeopardy".
Canonical reaches a major milestone as they make a deal for Dell's PowerEdge servers.