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At LinuxCon, Dirk Hohndel, Intel's chief Linux and open-source technologist, explains why Intel is invested in open source and what his company is doing with the OpenStack cloud.
Torvalds responds to a question about whether the U.S. government asked him to put a backdoor in Linux, and explains why he's a developer and how others can be.
More than a decade after initially pledging to invest $1 billion in Linux, IBM has announced it will invest another $1 billion in improving the operating system on its Power Systems. IBM initially began talking about investing heavily in Linux in 1999 and formally announced the earlier $1 billion...
The latest open-source Firefox browser release adds new user features and patches critical security vulnerabilities.
IBM, at LinuxCon 2013, announced it has committed $1 billion to push Linux and open-source technologies on its Power Systems.
The Linux kernel got its start 22 years ago with the work of Finnish software developer Linus Torvalds. Over the past two decades, Torvalds' project has grown significantly as an increasing number of developers have joined him in the development of Linux. Linux development isn't just an individual...