We could still have a ‘Year of the Linux desktop’

NextCloud founder Frank Karlitschek challenges Linux developers to start working together to make life easier for would-be Linux application developers. If it does, he thinks Linux can be a significant desktop player. Read More

Linux vs. Zombieland v2: The security battle continues

Another day, another Intel CPU bug. Here’s what Red Hat and other Linux vendors are doing about it. Read More

The /e/ Google-free, pro-privacy Android phone runs well — for a beta

Hate Apple lock-in? Don’t want to have Google looking over your shoulder? Then, you may want to consider installing the Google-free /e/ Android fork on your smartphone or even buying an /e/ powered phone. Read More

Libarchive vulnerability can lead to code execution on Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD

Bug discovered by Google. Impacts Linux and BSD distros, but not Windows and macOS. Read More

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 adds live Linux kernel patching

The first minor update of RHEL 8.1 adds some major new features. Read More

Dell bets big on Ubuntu Linux laptops for developers

Dell has been offering Linux laptops for over a decade now, but never before have they offered so many high-end developer laptop models with 18 different configurations. Read More

Microsoft: Defender ATP is coming to Linux in 2020

Ignite 2019: Microsoft details its efforts to level the playing field against cyber attackers. Read More

Fedora 31: Peering into Red Hat Enterprise Linux’s future

Fedora, Red Hat’s cutting-edge community Linux distribution, is a crystal ball into RHEL’s future. Read More

Linus Torvalds: ‘I’m not a programmer anymore’

In a discussion about Linux and programming, Linux’s founder, Linus Torvalds talks about what he does today and his own doubts about his work. Read More

Top Linux developer on Intel chip security problems: ‘They’re not going away.’

Greg Kroah-Hartman, the stable Linux kernel maintainer, says we’re going to see Intel chip security problems for years to come. Read More