Linux fans worried about Windows 8's 'secure boot' technology now have yet another alternative.
With the new, free Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop, due this fall, developers will be able to create open source desktop apps for Windows 8 after all.
This early release offers a sneak peak at what's to come in the next version of Canonical's popular free OS.
Salaries for tech professionals are also up this year, according to a recent survey.
As a platinum member of the Linux Foundation, Samsung gets a seat on the board and more control over its primary weapon in its battle against Apple.
Speed, more speed, and several new features make Mozilla's free browser a must-see for users.
Version 3.5.4 of the popular free productivity suite offers performance gains of as much as 100 percent.
Offering more than 60 new features, this free new OS has much to offer business users.
Focusing exclusively on Metro, the free, Express version of this software will no longer offer support for desktop-style applications.
Sure, the world of IT is still full of frustrations. But here are a few aspects of the big picture we shouldn't forget.
More than 50 percent of software acquired in the next five years will be open source software, according to recent data.
These alternative licenses improve on existing copyright law by enabling content owners to promote the sharing and dissemination of their works.
This new program from the maker of Firefox aims to deliver tools and education to foster development of the open Web.
A new display manager and a dash of 'Cinnamon' will set this upcoming release of the popular free OS apart.
Improved GPU drivers in Linux 3.4 add support for new graphics cards from Nvidia, AMD, and Intel.