- Red Hat: The first billion dollar Linux company has arrived
- Linux Powers Red Hat Over $1 Billion - Why Open Source Matters
- Red Hat on what an open cloud really means
- US HOT STOCKS: Red Hat, Mosaic Active In Late Trading
- Red Hat Becomes Open Source’s First $1 Billion Baby
- First batch of $35 Linux computers arrives in UK, awaiting CE compliance testing
- Raspberry Pi: What You Need to Know (Features, Details and More)
cringely.com: While I was out chasing computer history last week, the Linux 3.3 kernel was released. And a very interesting release it is.
techeye.net: Open source pin-up Linus Torvalds has managed to stuff up an important Microsoft patent which was being used to force Google Android and Linux handset users to pay up.
hackaday.com: Linux is generally considered the go-to OS for under powered computers. Wanting to challenge the preconceived notion that Linux requires ‘a computer made in the last 20 years,’ [Dmitry] built the worst Linux PC ever around a simple 8-bit microcontroller.
pcworld.com: Over the weekend I wrote a post called “Why Linux on the Desktop Is Dead” which seems to have sparked some controversy among the Linux crowd.
itworld.com: It seems scarcely a year can go by in the world of computer technology without some eager young blogger or another grandly proclaiming the death of Linux on the desktop.
itworld.com: After delving into where in the world people seem most keen on Linux, I couldn't resist taking the research into Google Insights a bit further and seeing what trends were visible on the questions of which Linux distribution seemed to be most popular over time.
This week in DistroWatch Weekly:
- Reviews: First look at CrossOver XI from CodeWeavers
- News: Free updates for Oracle Linux, overview of Scientific Linux, Xubuntu and Mageia updates, Skolelinux interview, OmniBoot
- Questions and answers: Private communication and backups with GPG
- Released last week: Zorin OS 6 "Lite", VectorLinux 7.0 "Light", Pear OS 4
Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....
liliputing.com: The Vivaldi tablet is a 7 inch tablet and open source KDE Plasma Active software. The €200 tablet is expected to start shipping in May, but the folks behind the official Vivaldi user forum at OpenTablets.org got their hands on an early unit — and they’ve ripped it apart to see what makes it tick.