Security updates will continue, but new innovation will depend on community involvement, the foundation says.
Available in a free, open community version as well as a paid one with support, this newly upgraded software offers a fresh groupware alternative.
Though still 'fairly horrific' for tablet devices, the software is coming along nicely, a developer reports.
Having sprinted up the popularity charts, this distribution is worth a closer look.
Fedora Linux's proposed approach is better for users, the advocacy group says.
Currently at No. 14 on DistroWatch's page-hit popularity rankings, Sabayon Linux recently got a major upgrade.
Some 310 million active users have already embraced the popular browser, Google says.
This 11.6-inch netbook PC is also among the first to feature the new Intel Atom Cedar Trail dual-core CPU.
Also included in Mozilla's new mobile browser are a fresh new look, a more personalized approach, and Flash support.
Red Hat distributions take second seat, according to the SMB users interviewed by Symform.
This newly updated Linux distribution aims to be 'the gateway to Linux for Windows users.'
Fedora and Ubuntu Linux have very different strategies so far for dealing with the restrictions imposed by Microsoft's upcoming new operating system.
Softly rounded tabs will feature prominently in the browser's upcoming new look.
Between 12 and 14 million daily searches return at least one hacked site, the company says.
With so many alternatives, how many Linux users will embrace the Microsoft-owned VoIP software?