How is a Linux distribution put together? For Novell's openSUSE, it starts with its newly improved Build Service 2.0.
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Firefox 4 is set to get an amazing, brilliant new feature that will change the way users think about browser tabs.
Ubuntu's next move is the enterprise desktop and server. Red Hat and Novell SUSE are the entrenched players...but perhaps they have left a big opening for Ubuntu to march through.
The Opera web browser runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and on mobile phones and mobile devices. Yes, its closed source, but it's free and packed with some great features. Eric Geier rounds up seven of them.
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Discover how to start developing for the Android platform with this extensive guide, which provides a reference to the Android platform as well as a look at developing your first Android application. You'll explore the top 10 features for developers as well as learn design and development tips that go beyond the phone and target tablet development as well.
They keep trying to kill KDE3, but it refuses to die. Timothy Pearson's "Trinity KDE3" project revives KDE3.5. Or is it merely a zombie on borrowed time?
Is Ubuntu just training wheels for Debian? Is Debian just for experts? Bruce Byfield compares the parent to the child.
Red Hat Linux continues to grow and make money the old-fashioned way, proving that an open-source company can be successful.
Cythna Harvey has collected 50 educational apps from a variety of categories that can replace popular commercial software. In many cases, the open source options listed here offer features that aren't matched by their closed source counterparts.
Sooner or later, the moment had to come when the breakneck pace of KDE4 development slowed -- and, judging from the second beta, that moment is the upcoming 4.5 release.
You're probabably familiar with the Ubuntu LiveCD, which lets you run Ubuntu on any PC without installing it. Did you know there are dozens, maybe hundreds of other Linux LiveCD/DVD/USB distributions? Everything from desktops and servers to routers to troubleshooting to security to multimedia, and many more. Eric Geier rounds up eight for us to look at.
An elderly retired gentleman in declining health and bored with life awakens to a new interest in life when he discovers Ubuntu Linux.
At the end of 2008, the open source Ruby on Rails and Merb Ruby frameworks merged together in an effort to unify development of Ruby on Rails 3. 18 months later where is it?
Two and a half years after the KDE 4 series of releases began, many users are still using KDE 3. How do the two series of KDE releases compare? The answer is not nearly as simple as you might assume.
There are several major companies that are readily identifiable as the biggest corporate sponsors of Linux, who market Linux most directly to enterprises, and who are in many peopleďż˝s minds synonymous with Linux in both the server and desktop markets.
Linux and open source rule the wireless hotspot world, and Eric Geier has rounded up five excellent, feature-packed open source wireless hotspots for us.
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