Innovation, quality, and growth are named as key motivators for using open source software.
This new update to the up-and-coming distro adds key beginner-friendly features.
Plans are already afoot for a brand-new replacement for the distro, which was just updated last week.
File import and export are improved in the new stability-focused LibreOffice 3.6.6.
The result of a successful Kickstarter campaign, RunRev's new open version lets amateur users create mobile, desktop, and server apps.
A 'Lite' version of Fuduntu is among the brand-new features introduced this week.
Third-party cookies are automatically blocked by default in this early browser release.
Also available for testing is an updated version of the newly official Ubuntu GNOME remix.
Demand is especially high for developers with kernel know-how, says SUSE's Michael Miller.
If you're still using Ubuntu 11.10, Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop, or Ubuntu 8.04 Server, it's time to upgrade.
The new Firefox for Android supports private browsing on a per-tab basis.
The new GNOME Classic desktop combines GNOME 3 technology with numerous popular GNOME 2 features.
By making Bitcoin an official reimbursement option, Expensify joins the list of businesses incorporating the virtual currency.
Improved spell-checking and several key security fixes are among the highlights of Google's latest browser release, Chrome version 26.
Eighty percent of organizations plan to increase their use of Linux servers, but only 20 percent plan to purchase Windows servers over the next five years.