- News tagged "linux"
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Dell has launched their own project Sputnik, which looks to bring the Linux operating system to their XPS 13 ultrabook. The six-month pilot program will look to produce a product that would satisfy the requirements of mobile and web developers.
The 2012 Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco saw several companies carrying out demos of the open source mobile platform on reference devices. The specs of the device include a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display and 16GB storage capacity.
Friday, 27 Apr 2012
Work has started on bringing the popular game distribution channel Steam onto the open source Linux OS.
Thursday, 1 Mar 2012
A new product from Canonical, titled Ubuntu for Android, is aiming to help turn your smartphones into full-blooded PCs. After docking your smartphone, users will be able to use it as a replacement for the CPU in the traditional desktop setup.
Friday, 28 Oct 2011
A newly discovered backdoor Trojan named Tsunami threatens to hit poorly protected Mac computers and turn them into IRC-controlled bots for planned DDoS attacks.
Thursday, 29 Sep 2011
It is a no-go for MeeGo project as Tizen, a new Linux-based open source mobile operating system, is announced by Linux Foundation as the former's replacement.
Friday, 23 Sep 2011
Too much of a good thing may be a hindrance as Windows 8's secure-boot functionality could prevent some users from running both Windows and Linux.
Tuesday, 13 Sep 2011
Another two Linux websites have been hacked and this may be attributed to the growing popularity of its operating system. The affected servers are offline and investigations are ongoing.
Monday, 12 Sep 2011
With Mozilla decided to move onto a six month release cycle schedule, Ubuntu contemplates going one better and one of the Technical Board members has stated that a one month release cycle might be possible.
Friday, 2 Sep 2011
Kernel.org, a site that distributes Linux source kernels, suffered a breach of security according to a leaked email by Chief Administrator John Hawley.