Vivaldi is a new browser that was initially released only about seven months ago and has gained very high popularity since then.
Dubbed The KDE Store, the new software store is exactly that, a store where application developers can publish their open-source projects and share them with the world.
This brief guide explains how to find out the physical connected state of network cable in Linux.
webupd8: Google Earth had quite a few issues on recent Linux distributions.
Nmap was released 19 years ago on September 1.
Linus Torvalds: So rc5 is noticeably bigger than rc4 was, and my hope last week that we were starting to calm down and shrink the releases seems to have been premature.
What's new in Tails 2.6 RC1?
Any developer considering releasing open source software needs to have a plan to monetize it.
FreedomPenguin: Does Mageia 5 have what it takes to compete with today's top distros?
Effective project management relies as much on perception as reality.
Ars: As LibreOffice soars, OpenOffice management considers retiring the project.
ubuntugeek: webERP is a complete web based accounting and business management system that requires only a web-browser and pdf reader to use.
ZDnet: Other companies -- Canonical, SUSE, and Mirantis -- all plan on being OpenStack powers, but Red Hat shows it's determined to be number one with its latest OpenStack cloud release.
HowToForge: While Google Drive is no doubt one of the most popular (if not the most popular) cloud storage services available today, what's really sad is that there is no official Drive client available for Linux.
Nixcraft: Learn how to use Let's Encrypt to install a free SSL certificate for Nginx web server along with how to properly deploy Diffie-Hellman on your nginx server to get SSL labs A+ score.
The Open Source Initiative (OSI), working with the Schodack Central School District in upstate New York, developed the FLOSS Desktops For Kids Incubator Project.
Take action by signing the pledge and urge universities not to sell patents to patent trolls.
ostechnix: Find if a specific package is installed or not in Linux and Unix distributions.
techrights: The growing danger of a Linux Foundation which is funded not just by proprietary software giants but also direct opposition of Linux and serial violators of the licence of GNU (GPL)