Linux creator: "Not everyone needs to learn code"
Linus Torvalds also takes aim at the broken US patents system
Intel unveils Edison - a PC the size of an SD card
Chipmaker also announces Bluetooth headset called Jarvis.
IBM invests another $1bn in Linux
Big Blue looking to boost hardware ambitions by utilising the popularity of Linux.
Q&A: Jon maddog Hall
We speak to the free software champion about where he thinks the industry is headed.
Criminals offer Linux "Hand of Thief" trojan for $2000
Russian crooks develop malware to target open source software.
Ubuntu forum hack details start to emerge
Updated: Discussion board taken offline while Canonical claims it is getting closer to identifying root cause of hack.
Ubuntu OS on Nexus 10 review
A mobile OS which scales up to the full desktop. But does the beta work?
Ubuntu smartphones set for October 2013 release date
Handsets to launch in two regions, although manufacturer remains a mystery.
Ubuntu smartphone OS: Does it have viable business use?
We take a look at the Ubuntu smartphone OS, which will be available for Nexus handsets, and ask if it has the potential to be used in the business env…
Ubuntu smartphone OS coming to Galaxy Nexus devices
Canonical unveils mobile OS to run on Android devices.
Bridging the Linux security skills gap
Linux is at the very heart of the internet at an infrastructure level and its reach stretches far and wide. So where have all the Linux security exper…
US Government calls for Adobe Flash Player upgrades
Warning follows discovery of "critical" flaw that could leave users vulnerable to attack.
University of Cambridge offers free Raspberry Pi course
Twelve step course will teach students how to build an operating system for £29 computer.
Ubuntu 12.04 review
Canonical has packed in a HUD-based interface, bundled open source software, and increased security/software support from three to five years. We find…
Ubuntu vs. Windows 7 on the business desktop
Microsoft Windows may be the de facto standard desktop operating system in business environments, but high costs, restrictive licences and constant s…
Intel touts Knights Corner 1 teraflop performance
New accelerator chip based om Many Integrated Core architecture breaks the one-teraflop barrier
Linux websites down after breach
Linux websites are taken offline after successful hacks on company servers.
Today in history: Linux turns 20
It's been 20 years since the open source operating system went public. We look back at how far it's come since the early days.
Oracle buys Ksplice for Linux provision
Oracle believes it will become the only enterprise Linux provider able to offer zero downtime updates.
Windows XP support shutdown countdown begins
Extended support for Windows XP ends in under 1,000 days, but will that drive corporates to move to Windows 7?
Microsoft maintains OS domination
Microsoft is still leading the operating system market, despite gains by Linux and Apple, according to analyst firm Gartner.
Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000 3TB review
The Deskstar 7K3000 is the first 7,200rpm hard disk we've seen with a massive 3TB capacity. However, there are several technical issues which make it …
Novell ZENworks Configuration Management 11 Standard
We test the latest version of the best known network management suite to see how it stacks up.
HP ProLiant MicroServer N36L review
HP's ProLiant MicroServer may look like a consumer NAS box, but it's actually aimed at small businesses as a better-designed alternative to a PC for f…