In a reaction to the high demand for Linux skills, the Linux Foundation is to begin offering scholarships for training, and a new enterprise focuses course
Linux mainstay MPlayer has skipped version 1.0 and gone straight to 1.1, bringing with it bug fixes and new HD features
CompuLab teams up with Linux Mint to create the mintBox, a slimline, portable PC running the popular operating system
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Canonical bringing new functionality to the Ubuntu Software Store by offering games from the Humble Indie Bundle
Can Mageia dazzle the world stage once again, or has it run out of tricks?
Fedora’s Beefy Miracle has just been released, with the stable version of Fedora 17 including GIMP 2.8, OpenStack Essex, Firefox 12, and more cutting edge free software
The UK based, independent ISP Redstation has started up a program for dedicated resellers, with savings up to 35% off of list pricing
The Worlds Favourite Distribution gets a new version based on all the good parts of the Ubuntu LTS, and bundled with two traditional desktop environments
The software ecosystem has interesting tentacles, says Simon Brew, as he investigates the trend of selling icons onto increasingly bloated Windows computers…
VIA has announced a new ARM-based SoC board for $49 that seems to be aimed directly at the Raspberry Pi market