Ubuntu Snappy 16.04 LTS Will Use a New All-Snap Architecture, Says Mark Shuttleworth
A recent discussion on the Ubuntu Snappy Core mailing list has revealed the fact the operating system for embedded and IoT (Internet of Things) devices will feature a new, much cleaner all-snap architecture.
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Mozilla Releases Thunderbird 38.4.0 to Patch High and Critical Security Issues
Mozilla has announced the release of a new maintenance version of the popular, open-source, and cross-platform Mozilla Thunderbird 38 email and news client for all supported operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Raspberry Pi Zero Costs Just $5, Outperforms First Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi family has just received a new member called Raspberry Pi Zero and it costs only $5 (€ 4.5).
Best Firefox Add-ons for a Better YouTube Experience
From blocked videos to annoying ads, there are many things about YouTube we don't like. These restrictions and distractions only dampen the amazing experience that the video-sharing website is meant to provide. If you are a Firefox user, however, you won't have to worry about such things. Firefox offers a variety of add-ons that let you fix pretty much any annoyance that YouTube has. Furthermore, they also let you download videos right to your desktop so that you can watch them whenever you want, even without a connection.
Nokia’s first flagship Android phone purportedly revealed in leaked photo
Now, Nokia is rumored to return to the mobile game by licensing its brand in partnerships with Chinese handset makers. However, due to contractual obligations following the Microsoft deal, Nokia has to wait until 2016 to actually launch a new smartphone.
5 big reasons the Opensource.com team is thankful
In the past year, the open source community has helped publish more than 1,000 articles on Opensource.com. Thank you.
Thank you to our readers and open source community members who visit the site, share personal and professional experiences, and participate in online and in-person discussions.
San Francisco sets sights on open source voting by November 2019
Open-source voting systems bring a greater level of transparency and accountability by allowing the public to have access to the source codes of the system, which is used to tabulate the votes. A system owned by The City could also save taxpayers money.