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Ubuntu Founder Mark Shuttleworth Has No Plans Of Selling Canonical

A couple of weeks ago IBM announced its plan to buy Red Hat for $34 billion. Following that, experts started speculating that rival companies...

Apple’s T2 Security Chip Is Currently Blocking Linux From Booting

Linux enthusiasts must be knowing that one can run Linux distributions on Apple's older hardware, including the MacBook Air. The quality of Apple's solid...

Fedora 29 Released For Bleeding-edge Linux Desktop Experience

Fedora is known to offer a bleeding edge Linux desktop experience; other distributions often employ many new technologies that are first implemented by Fedora....

Manjaro 18.0 “Illyria” Released — Get This User-friendly Arch Linux Distro...

After a series of release candidates pushed over the past weeks, the developers of Manjaro Linux have released the stable Manjaro 18.0 "Illyria." As I've...

Braiins OS Is The First Fully Open Source, Linux-based Bitcoin Mining...

Braiins Systems, the company behind the Slush Pool, has announced Braiins OS. The creators of this bitcoin mining software have claimed that it's the world's...

IBM Buys Linux & Open Source Software Distributor Red Hat For...

IBM and Red Hat have announced an agreement that IBM has struck a deal to acquire the Linux and open source software distributor for $34...

PinePhone: Pine64 Is Making An Affordable Linux Smartphone Running KDE Plasma

Following the demise of Ubuntu Phone, Purism's Librem 5 seems like the next big thing in the budding world of Linux smartphones. Purism has already...

Linus Torvalds Discusses His Return To Linux Development

Following the release of Linux kernel 4.19, the 4.20 (or 5.0) merge window is now open. Linus Torvalds is also back at the driver...

Richard Stallman Announces “GNU Kind Communication Guidelines”

It seems that the GNU Project isn't unaffected from the development happenings in the land of Linux. After Linux kernel community introduced its Code...

Linux Kernel 4.19 “People’s Front” Released; Linus Torvalds Back For 4.20...

The incidents that preceded (and accompanied) the Linux kernel 4.19 development cycle have been one of the most critical ones faced by the Linux...