• maddog's Doghouse

    Virtual private cloud environments.

  • Four Cylinders

    Developers are praising Firefox 54 as the "best Firefox ever." The revamped web browser adds multiprocessing and promises a significant boost in speed.

  • Playground

    If you don't have room on your desk for a whole laboratory of servers, simply hitch up a virtual playground on your own workstation.

  • Tutorials – COBOL

    Despite being more than half a century old, COBOL is still in use. Explore this fascinating old-school language and see how it ticks.

News and Articles

  • Virtual Shootout

    VirtualBox and VMware Workstation Player are popular virtualization options that won't cost you a penny. Which is best for you?

  • Well Packed

    Need Android apps in a separate window on the Linux desktop? Anbox is the answer. Unlike common Android emulators, the software relies on LXC containers and kernel namespaces. We tested the pre-alpha version.

  • Playground

    If you don't have room on your desk for a whole laboratory of servers, simply hitch up a virtual playground on your own workstation.

  • FAQ

    Break out of the cyber confines of your computer, and program the real world.

  • Horses and Riders

    Decision trees help machines emulate human behavior. Thanks to artificial intelligence, programs can autonomously build decision trees by learning from existing real-life data. Can an AI system determine who was operating a particular vehicle by analyzing driving style?

  • On the DVD

    Manjaro Gnome 17.0 (64-bit) and Kubuntu 17.04 (32-bit)

  • Obstacles to Open Hardware Development

    Crowdfunding open hardware makes it easier to realize your dreams, but the road to success has obstacles.

  • FOSSPicks

    Graham reviews the best free software, including OBS Studio 20, Green Recorder 3.0, gtop, Bitcoin Core v0.14.2, Natron, Solarus, and more!

  • News Analysis

    A hack on patent law, based on copyleft, could render patents useless.

  • NEWS

    In the news: Reddit closing doors to open source, VMware brings its cloud to AWS, Gnome celebrates its 20th birthday, SQL Server comes to RHEL; OpenShift comes to Azure, and FDA recalls nearly half a million pacemakers over security concerns.