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OpenStack UK Summit schedule announced

May 24, 2014No Comments77 Views

Agenda of the London OpenStack Summit to be held on Jun 4, 2014 is out.


Ubuntu runs on world’s fastest superc...

May 20, 20141 Comment94 Views

Ubuntu runs on Tianhe-2 to deploy and manage high performance cloud environments.


Unity 8 Desktop flavour proposed

May 15, 2014No Comments77 Views

Unity 8 desktop flavour as a platform specifically for convergence under discussion.


Red Hat to acquire Inktank, a company in wh...

May 08, 20141 Comment87 Views

Red Hat is acquiring Inktank, a provider of scale-out, open source storage systems for approximately $175 million in cash.


Canonical stops ‘Ubuntu for Android&#...

May 04, 20149 Comments121 Views

The Ubuntu for Android project was launched in early 2012 with the aim to merge Android Mobile and Ubuntu linux desktop. According to Canonical the


5 things to do after updating to Ubuntu 14....

Apr 25, 20146 Comments125 Views

It's been a week since Canonical released the latest LTS version of its Linux distribution, Ubuntu. Here are some things you may want to take

OpenPower Foundation

IBM announces new Power Systems servers to ...

Apr 24, 2014No Comments68 Views

IBM unveils new Power Systems servers and more Linux support for POWER8.

OpenPower Foundation

OpenPOWER Foundation to reveal innovations ...

Apr 22, 20142 Comments74 Views

Building on IBM's collaboration with Canonical, OpenPOWER Foundation will be announcing new innovations for Big Data.


Ubuntu takes the next step towards converge...

Apr 16, 2014No Comments112 Views

Ubuntu Desktop developers start discussing work to do for convergence post 14.04

Windows XP died today.

Indian state drops Windows, switches to Lin...

Apr 02, 2014111 Comments155 Views

We all know that Microsoft is dropping support for Windows XP very soon, and, well, no one is very happy about it.