Don't-Miss Operating System Stories
Let's be honest: Mandriva Linux itself has been dormant for years now. But these offshoots will keep its legacy alive now that Mandriva is officially dead as a company
After the year-long development cycle of Fedora 21, which saw Fedora divided into Workstation, Cloud, and Server editions, the project is back to a standard six-month release cycle. Here's what you'll find in Fedora 22.
Forget about it. A 'Windows 365' model is not in the cards for Windows 10.
But alas, a U.S. release hasn't been announced yet.
Huawei's LiteOS is meant to run on a minimal power and work on a wide range of hardware
Tails, the operating system trusted by Edward Snowden, just released a new version. Here's what you'll find in it, as well as what all the Tails hub-bub is about.
Recent media reports suggested Linux Mint is consciously shying away from systemd. Nope.
Windows and Android tablets decrease Apple's share on business tablets by double digits, according to a report.
The Unity 8 interface is the key to Ubuntu's vision of phone-PC convergence, but it's still bristling with rough edges.
Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth says Canonical will launch a phone capable of being used as a PC later in 2015, possibly ahead of Windows 10 phones.
The new OS will also feature multiple desktops and enhanced security features.
We saw universal apps and got a peek at the new Edge browser, but Microsoft's hologram technology stole the show.
Microsoft wants Windows 10 on one billion devices in three years. Android and iOS developers will now be able to bring their apps and games to Windows 10.
Beyond the core release, the launch of Ubuntu 15.04 brings some significant changes to Ubuntu's various offshoots, too.
Cyanogen wants to help Chinese smartphone vendors go global
The company has to sell more phones, and attract more big hardware partners and developers.
Alibaba's YunOS is still struggling to become mainstream in China