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Is Docker ditching Ubuntu Linux? Confusion reigns

Docker has long relied on Ubuntu Linux as the default host environment for Docker apps, but comments made by the company's CTO recently suggest that might not be the case much longer.


Make a $40 Linux or Android PC with new Raspberry Pi 2 rival

If you want to build a powerful $40 Linux or Android PC with 4K video support, consider Hardkernel's Odroid-C2 computer.

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Dell to ship XPS 13 Developer Edition Linux laptop with Skylake

Super-thin "Project Sputnik" XPS 13 laptops from Dell with Ubuntu Linux and Intel Skylake chips are around the corner.

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2016’s 25 geekiest 25th anniversaries

A look back at the most memorable tech-related happenings of 1991.

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Why did Linux Foundation cut independent board seats?

One of the most powerful organizations in the open-source world faces questions over why it quietly did away with two seats on its board designated for non-corporate members.

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IBM's Power systems business is growing for the first time in years

A few years ago, you wouldn't have bet on IBM Power systems having much of a future. But a new strategy to embrace Linux and open up the platform is starting to pay off.

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Hottest Enterprise Networking & IT Startups of 2016

Running timeline of mainly enterprise networking and computing startups that have received funding in 2016

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Dell serves up its own disaggregated OS

Linux-based OS10 designed to meld switches, servers, storage into a software-defined data center

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Linux conference season 2016 kicks off with SCaLE and FOSDEM

The 2016 Linux conference season will begin with the Southern California Linux Expo in Pasadena and FOSDEM in Brussels.

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Linux kernel flaw endangers millions of PCs, servers and Android devices

A three-year-old vulnerability in the Linux kernel could have allowed attackers to take full control over Linux-based PCs, servers, Android phones and other embedded devices.

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Linux zero-day affects most Androids, millions of Linux PCs

A new zero-day vulnerability has been discovered that allows Android or Linux applications to escalate privileges and gain root access, according to a report released this morning by Perception Point.

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9 Linux distros to watch in 2016

A look at the Linux distros that have a big 2016 ahead of them.

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My Linux wish list for 2016 is just one item long

We're past the point of predictions for 2016, so let's talk about the one thing I really want to happen in the Linux world this year: desktop Linux on tablets.

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Third try is no charm for failed Linux ransomware creators

Researchers found a flaw that allows them to decrypt files affected by a new version of Linux.Encoder, a file-encrypting ransomware program that infects Linux Web servers.

The Endless Mini $79 desktop PC stores as much of the Internet as it can

Endless' $79 Linux PC caches as much information as it can on the box itself, for parts of the world where Internet access is minimal or nonexistent.

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Review: 7 data recovery tools for every data disaster

From resurrecting lost photos to recovering RAID arrays, these utilities can bring your data back from the dead


The Endless Mini $79 PC: A desktop for the masses

The $79 Endless Mini is a Linux desktop that assumes you don't have an Internet connection -- so it tries to store as much of it as it can on the box itself.

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Review: Google's Pixel C tablet is perfect…except for one thing (and it's not the software)

Reviewing Google's Pixel C, a nearly perfect Android tablet hybrid.

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