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"maddog" looks at some of Linaro's efforts to improve GNU/Linux performance on ARM architectures.
Mate isn't just for Mint users. The DMDc project is Mate on top of Debian Testing.
The new Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon Edition long-term support release offers five years of upgrades, tweaks, improvements, and stability through 2019. Mint 17 has spiffed up its appearance and made changes so apps launch faster and use fewer resources.
The Cygwin environment lets you run Linux applications on a Windows system.
Many Linux distributions seek to be all-around systems, fulfilling the user's every desire on the desktop. The 4MLinux distro offers feature-oriented variants without the bulk.
Microsoft provides a collection of tools for faster and more efficient Linux virtualization in the Hyper-V environment.
This month's DVD features two terrific distributions, ArtistX 1.5 and Arch Linux 2013.10.01.
Microsoft has an entire portfolio of pre-built virtual machines, all of them Linux systems, designed to run on the Windows Azure cloud service.
This month's DVD features two great distributions, Fedora 19 Security Spin and Kali Linux.
Mozilla’s script blocker add-on could be putting malware sites on the whitelist.
The Internet community officially banishes the notoriously unsafe Secure Sockets Layer protocol.
Popular desktop environment continues the Gnome 2 legacy – with new support for the Gnome 3 toolkit.
The Obama White House has issued a memorandum telling all US government agencies they must use HTTPS for all websites and web communication.
New program will dial up security for the Firefox browser.
Red Hat's community distro embraces the cloud.
New partnership will bring more and better CS training to US schools
Criminals offer online help over Tor network
Sophisticated malware is still present on Joomla and WordPress sites around the world.
Future versions of Ubuntu's code service will support the popular Git version control system used with Linux and other open source projects.