The new Ubuntu has arrived, just one week before Windows 8 hits the streets.
Samsung has created a file system for the Linux kernel tuned for NAND flash devices like SSDs, SD cards and more.
Last week we broke the story of RoboHornet, a new Web browser performance benchmark. Today, we chronicle the fallout of what is perhaps the worst-received benchmark launch in history, plus add the results of Microsoft's counter-move: RoboHornet Pro.
There was some hefty criticism Nvidia had to face from the Linux community about its tight grip on its Tegra graphics core.
Today, Google and GitHub unveil the mysterious project RoboHornet. This ambitious all-in-one Web browser performance benchmark is like no other seen before, and we have early access! Will RoboHornet become the one browser benchmark to rule them all?
Computer engineers combine 64 Raspberry Pis and a Lego-built framework to create a DIY supercomputer.
Intel has raised some eyebrows by confirming that Clover Trail, the Atom chip targeted at tablets and subnotebooks, will not support Linux.
Nvidia is apparently preparing to introduce Linux support for its Optimus graphics switching technology.
Fedora has kicked off its Summer of Hardware Sweepstakes, giving away over 200 open hardware devices.
It is obvious that GM is extremely proud of its CUE entertainment system interface. If you have some time to play with the system in the brag edition of the spanking new Cadillac XTS sedan, you immediately understand why.
There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding Diablo 3 and users, who are running the game on not officially supported operating systems, getting banned.
Blizzard is denying rumors that it's banning Diablo 3 gamers because they're using WINE for Linux. Blizzard's numerous banned Linux customers say otherwise.
Nvidia's approach to support or not support driver development for Linux has been questioned for some time. So, Linus Torvalds' recent attack on Nvidia was not exactly surprising. Nvidia's answer is not surprising either.