First new Docker release under Mirantis appears

Docker, the company, couldn’t make a go of it, but Docker Enterprise, under its new owner Mirantis, is moving forward. Read More

New Raspberry Pi 4: 8GB RAM model out now for $75 – plus you get a new 64-bit OS

The official Raspberry Pi operating system is no longer called Raspbian but just ‘Raspberry Pi OS’. Read More

You can build Linus Torvalds’ PC: Here’s all the hardware and where to buy it

Normally, Torvalds would pop into his local Fry’s. But in these pandemic times, he ordered everything from Amazon. Here’s the complete list of parts. Read More

Look what’s inside Linus Torvalds’ latest Linux development PC

The Linux creator recently announced he’d upgraded his main PC to a speedy AMD Threadripper 3970x-based processor. But a computer is more than a CPU. In an exclusive conversation, Torvalds talked about what’s what with his latest system. Read More

GNOME gets big open-source patent win

GNOME, the popular Linux desktop, didn’t just avoid paying a patent troll, it won the right for any product under an Open Source Initiative license to use code covered by the company’s patents. Read More

Check Point released an open-source fix for common Linux memory corruption security hole

For years, there’s been a security problem with how the GNU C Library dealt with single-linked-lists. Now, Check Point has released a patch, which will fix the problem once and for all. Read More

Microsoft’s Windows Package Manager: This command-line tool can install all your apps

Microsoft releases open-source Windows Package Manager in preview, but Microsoft Store isn’t going anywhere. Read More

Windows Terminal 1.0 is out: Here’s how we’ll update it in future, says Microsoft

Microsoft releases version 1.0 of the open-source Windows Terminal application following a year of development. Read More

Microsoft: Linux GUI apps coming to Windows 10 WSL along with GPU access

Microsoft also wants its DirectX-based Linux GPU kernel driver upstreamed to the Linux kernel, but there’s resistance. Read More

SUSE: The time for major tech change is now

Even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Linux and cloud company SUSE found in a survey that tech leaders were planning on dumping the old for new in their technology stacks. Read More