Play a challenging game of chess against your computer in Linux, no desktop environment required.
Microsoft’s first Fluid Framework apps are here in Outlook and on Office.com, and the company is open-sourcing the infrastructure.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has started rolling out an update that brings its devices to the Linux 4.19 kernel.
Linksys announced that three of its routers, the WRT1900AC, WRT1200AC and the WRT1900ACS will receive DD-WRT support.
The Indiegogo funds raised for the Turris Omnia router has almost doubled the original fixed goal of $100,000.
Simply Secure is a new organization Google launched to help open source security tools become more usable in order for more people to take advantage of them.
The Ouya Android console will come packed with support for XBMC, iHeartRadio, VEVO and TuneIn Radio.
Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. may not exactly be a company that makes immediate sense. Open Source and Microsoft? How does that mix?
After weeks, nay months, of rumors, Google today confirmed a partnership with Sony, Intel and Logitech that will see the search giant foray into the TV business in a big way.
Apple proclaims that the iPad is magical. Steve Jobs himself said that it would be one of the most important works of his life. But is there a story to the iPad that the public doesn't know? We take you 38 years into the past, when the iPad was invented.