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Lenovo's Windows 10 PCs can't run Linux due to RAID storage conflicts, not Microsoft intervention.
Rejoice Linux fans; the operating system will work on Dell XPS 13 laptops with Intel's Kaby Lake chips.
Developers who want help running Linux- and Java-based microservice applications will have a new Microsoft service to take for a spin, starting later this month.
Spotify just updated its Linux app, but the streaming service has been without a Linux developer for more than a year.
Updates will help keep Linux users secure, but Flash is still fading away.
Security researchers have identified a new family of Linux rootkits that despite running from user mode, can be hard to detect and remove.
Five years after a security breach forced the Linux Foundation to take kernel.org offline and to rebuild several of its servers, police have arrested a suspect in the case.
Receive your Android phone's notifications and reply to SMS messages from any Linux PC.
The first beta version of OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 is now available, giving enterprises and other stability-minded users the chance to check it out and get a taste of what's coming.
Many PC game developers have touted future support for SteamOS and Linux, but far too often that support has never arrived. The list of games that failed to make good on that promise may surprise you.
It's taken a long time and the promise of SteamOS, but more and more big-name games are finally becoming Linux natives. Here's a sampling.
August 25 marks the 25th anniversary of Linux, the free and open-source operating system that's used around the globe in smartphones, tablets, desktop PCs, servers, supercomputers, and more.
In its 25 years of existence, Linux has taken the world by storm, powering millions of servers, a countless number of embedded devices, and most of the smartphones in the world (thanks to Android).
The Linux kernel is improving faster than ever, gaining 7.8 patches per hour and 4,600 lines of new code every day.
Microsoft's been showing Linux the love, but don't expect the company to start making much open-source software available to Linux desktop users.
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