With cloud and tablet versions in the works, LibreOffice has become the third largest free software project focused on a desktop app.
A new toggle feature will let users turn off online searches across the board, including those on Amazon.
Widespread user outcry ensues, but Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth calls concerns 'FUD.'
The popular distribution will use the GRUB 2 bootloader after all, Canonical says.
This dockable device be used at home, at the office, and on the road without the need to synchronize content or contacts.
Among 125 honorees in this year's InfoWorld “Bossie” awards are numerous gems for business use.
Four desktop options now greet users of this popular Linux distribution.
Small businesses don't always need Microsoft Office software for word processing, spreadsheets, email, database and publishing tools.
Instead, the forthcoming processor will be 'a Windows 8 chip,' the company reportedly said.
Of particular interest to business users is support for whole disk encryption.