Huawei changes its patent story

By opening up its massive patent portfolio to Linux and open-source companies via the Open Invention Network, Huawei shows just how important open patents are to software development. It’s also an intellectual property peace offering to the US government and businesses. Read More

Huawei joins major US-based open-source patent protection consortium OIN

In a move many will find surprising, Huawei is joining the Linux and Open Invention Network, the leading US-based open-source patent non-aggression group. Read More

Linux’s WireGuard VPN is here and ready to protect you

In the newly released Linux 5.6 kernel, you’ll finally find the long anticipated open-source Virtual Private Network, WireGuard. Read More

Debian Linux readies an anti-coronavirus hack-a-thon

Open-source developers are uniting to create and improve code and programs to help fight COVID-19. Read More

Kubernetes 1.18: Buffing up the leading container orchestrator

There are no new major features in this Kubernetes release, but many users will be just fine with that. Read More

SUSE offers free enterprise Linux support to medical devices manufacturers

If you’re building a medical device to fight coronavirus, Linux power SUSE wants you to know it has your back. Read More

System76 launches Lemur Pro, its lightest Linux laptop

The latest portable from the Linux PC manufacturer weighs in at just 2.2 pounds while featuring 10th-generation Intel Core processors. Read More

Programming language Julia: Version 1.4 is even faster and brings these new features

Julia developers have released version 1.4 of the programming language for data science and machine learning. Read More

Pet the cat, own the bathrobe: Linus Torvalds on working from home

Linus Torvalds created Linux and Git from home. Here’s how. Read More

Ansible DevOps comes to the mainframe

DevOps? On a mainframe!? Yes, it’s true. Red Hat is bringing Ansible to the IBM Z. Read More