Seen in the wild
A cross-platform malware has infected a wide range of Linux and Windows devices, including small office routers, FreeBSD boxes, and large enterprise servers.
GPUs based around fully open-source drivers
Intel GPUs from the consumer desktop Arc Graphics hardware to the Intel Data Center Flex GPU Series "Arctic Sound M" and forthcoming Xe HPC Ponte Vecchio are built around fully open-source drivers and will cheerfully even run on Linux.
In Tsar Putin’s Russian there is no need for a different operating system on your phone and PC after its developers have developed a special edition that invades both.
End of an error
Microsoft software engineer Stephen Hemminger has proposed removing the DECnet protocol handling code from the Linux kernel putting the final full stop on the long history of protocol wars.
TIme for a lock down
Intezer Labs security researchers have identified a sophisticated new malware that targets Linux devices.
Are the days of Steve Ballmer back?
There is concern that Microsoft, which once dubbed Linux as a cancer on its operating system, might be returning to its old ways.
No more sand being kicked face of Linux developers
University of California - Los Angeles (UCLA) materials scientists and SRI International have developed a new material and manufacturing process for creating artificial muscles that are stronger and more flexible than their biological counterparts.
Although since when was Linux the pretty option
Linux fans are a little upset that Microsoft's xCloud game streaming looks noticeable worse when running on Linux than Windows.
In Putin’s Russia 2023 is the year of Linux on the desktop
Tsar Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is forcing the country to switch to Linux.
We will C what happens next
Linux has been written in the C programming language for more than 30 years but the last few years have seen a growing momentum to make the Rust programming language Linux's second Linux language.