Leading EU Linux distributor could be worth $6 billion
EQT is planning an $6billion IPO for German Linux and enterprise software company SUSE.
Built the first shopping cart
Dan Kohn, leader of the Linux Foundation's Public Health (LFPH) initiative and former executive director at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), has died of complications while trying to fight off colon cancer.
Bluetooth causing problems
Google and Intel are warning of a high-severity Bluetooth flaw in all but the most recent version of the Linux Kernel.
Open source thinks that Vole will switch to Linux
Open-source advocate Eric Raymond thinks that Windows development will "inevitably" become a drag on Microsoft's business and Vole will switch to a Linux kernel.
2020 is the year of Linux on the desktop and corona virus
Lenovo is to roll Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS out across 30 of Lenovo's ThinkPads and ThinkStations.
Hackers want a long term presence on a network
Researchers at Kaspersky have warned that sophisticated hackers and crooks are increasingly targeting Linux-based devices — using tools specifically designed to exploit vulnerabilities in the platform.
Windows 10 has run into trouble with its latest cumulative update for the May 2020 Update and this time the apparent casualty is Linux support.
Time to play
The Amiga Fast File System (AFFS) is making a minor comeback in the new version of the Linux kernel.
It is just for storage so still a bit snoozy
ARM has announced its first 64 bit, Linux-capable Cortex-R processor, which it has earmarked for computational storage solutions.
Stop saying it is insecure, it is administers who are morans
Veteran tech writer Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols has lost his rag over stories claiming that Linux is less secure than other operating systems.