The second 2013 release of Fuduntu is here, and 2013.2 now comes with a light install for users that want a base system, and updated LibreOffice
Android phones are no more a ‘rip-off’ of the iPhone than the iPhone is a rip-off of earlier mobile phones and technology, argues Richard Hillesley…
Whether meaning to be mischievous or malicious, hackers can wreak havoc on your network. Fortunately, Snort makes it easy to spot them and set up protection
The core for Google Chrome, Chromium, is changing rendering engines to the WebKit-based Blink. The change is said to benefit users, but what about developers?
The latest version of the GNOME 2 fork, MATE, is now out. MATE 1.6 includes updates to Caja, the panel and the control center
Simon ponders the continued explosion in the sales of tablet devices, and wonders how it can all be turned to good
Build and run windows apps without using Windows
One of the smallest fully featured ARM microcomputers on the market, can the CuBox justify its top-end price?
Groupware is a tough domain to break into. With competition from giants the likes of Lotus Notes and Exchange, how can an open source offering, like Kolab, ever hope to compete?
The rolling release version of Linux Mint, Debian Edition, has got an updated image for people to start from, and is a great alternative to the standard Linux Mint
Want an open source alternative to Google Docs? Then you may be interested in OX Documents, a new service from ex-OpenOffice developers
We celebrate the first birthday of the Raspberry Pi with an exclusive interview with its creators covering its first year on sale and goals for 2013