TheCorpora has opened pre-orders for the Q.bo, the completely open source robot. Due out at the end of the year, there are several versions available for different enthusiasts
The prestigious Millennium Technology Prize has selected Linus Torvalds as a laureate, a front-runner for the bi-yearly award for important innovations in tech
MATE has come of age, with version 1.2 removing remaining GNOME references in this major update.
Fedora 17’s Beefy Miracle finally hits Beta, after a two-week delay to the original release. The Beta includes GNOME 3.4, GIMP 2.8, and Linux Kernel 3.3
Netflix is planning to open source their Simian Army, a series of cloud tools developed by the company that help maintain their busy infrastructure
Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc, a surprising new subsidiary from the folk at Redmond, has been created to work on open source projects.
Seats are now available for the 4th Annual Enterprise End User Summit, held at the New York Stock Exchange and hosted by The Linux Foundation
Like the look of the new window manager on Chrome OS, Aura? Then you can build it in Chromium OS, the open source base to Google’s netbook OS
Ubuntu 12.04 has a number of challenges to overcome before we think it’s ready for the planned LTS release later this month. We continue our irreverent list with a few issues with calendaring in Ubuntu 12.04…
In March Rob Weir put up a blog entry entitled “Where did the time go? (A look at the Apache OpenOffice timeline)”, showing the slow progress of Apache OpenOffice through the process of acceptance into the Apache fold. Richard Hillesley looks at the issues…
Ubuntu 12.04 has a number of challenges to overcome before we think it’s ready for the planned LTS release later this month. We kick off a irreverent list with a few gripes about Unity and the Dash…
The Linux Foundation is releasing its annual Linux Development report today, with increases in overall activity, paid development, and Microsoft’s involvement detailed