Don't-Miss Operating System Stories
Microsoft has kicked off its Windows as a service plans with the launch of its first Insider update for Windows 10 Tuesday.
Earliest adopters of Microsoft's new mobile operating system will see some improvements, along with broken features in Build 10512.
Make room, Ubuntu Touch. KDE's Plasma Mobile also has plans to bring Linux to phones.
They won't be gone for long, however. Microsoft is shifting over from sending Windows 10 builds from its Insider program to sending them using its production channels.
Build 10166 is short on new features, but long on bug fixes, including solving a few major problems.
Android M is on track for the fall, and the latest Developer Preview includes near-final APIs.
The job cuts announced today likely signal the company will make fewer Windows phones
While Ubuntu's looking ahead to the future, Linux Mint's focused on making the traditional desktop experience better than ever.
Ubuntu will embrace smarter, stand-alone Snappy images instead of relying on Deb packages and apt-get.
CryEngine powers top-name titles like Crysis, Ryse: Son of Rome, and Star Citizen, and now it's coming to Linux.
The apps will run on Red Hat's new mobile application platform
The slightly tricky upgrade, Windows 10 Mobile Build 10136 also adds performance improvements and UI tweaks.
Preview program members can send games to their Windows 10 PCs ahead of public launch later this year.
Upgrading to the latest Windows 10 build for phones won't be a straightforward process. You may want to downgrade from Windows 10 Mobile to Windows Phone 8.1 today.
It also can no longer distribute Solaris patches to its customers