SCO case runs out of arguments
Published in News


Yeah the case is still going

After years the first attempt to take over Unix and Linux has ended after a US judge knocked out the two remaining arguments with which the SCO group hoped to attack IBM.

Microsoft develops its own Linux flavour
Published in News


What's next? Apple making a cheap and useful product?'

In a sign that you have just woken up in a parallel universe, it appears that Microsoft has made its own Linux version.

Linux update brings Skylake
Published in Processors


Reworked Nvidia support

The new stable Linux kernel is out there supporting Intel’s Skylake and a reworked open source support platform for Nvidia graphics cards.

Firefox close to having 64-bit browser for Windows
Published in News


Just don’t expect it to be easy

For some reason the Mozilla Foundation are unable to get a stable version of Firefox which operates in 64-bit Windows.

Linux Game of Thrones begins
Published in News


Linux kernel forked over bad manners expect a high body count


A Game of Thrones style war has broken out amongst the weirdie beardies of Open Source Land which has now split the Linux kingdom just as "Winter is a Coming."

Linux PC for $9
Published in News
29 September 2015

Linux PC for $9


Chip PC thin client

The Chip PC was crowdfunded through a Kickstarter campaign that raised more than $2 million, many times the $50,000 goal that the computer's developers wanted.

Linux Vulkan will be closed source
Published in Graphics


At least for now 

AMD has confirmed that although it has a Linux driver for its Vulkan card it will initially be closed source.

AMD's open source Fury disappointing
Published in Graphics


At least for now

AMD's open source drivers for its Fury platform have proved rather disappointing.

Linux Mint 17.2
Published in Reviews


Breathe new life into your old PC with GNU/Linux

Who doesn't know that new-gadget-itch? ...when you *need*  to spend money on the latest and greatest whatever, because the thing you have on your desk or in your pocket is just too damn slow! Or the resolution isn't high enough. Or it doesn't run the latest and greatest software (Windows 10 anyone?). Maybe it's ugly. Or.... Admit it, you're just bored and want a new toy.

IBM launches Linux only mainframe
Published in News


Super penguin

IBM has announced a new Linux-only mainframe aimed at both ends of the enterprise market.