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Valve has launched a teaser page for a "Steam in the living room" announcement. Is the Steam Box finally on the way?
Linux has never been more important, which suggests that LinuxCon's promise to bring together the developer and business communities around Linux is critically necessary.
Market research firm IDC says that data from a new survey shows that "open cloud is key for 72 percent of customers."
Now that open source has gone mainstream, we no longer need to sell its raison d'etre, but rather how best to leverage it for business benefit.
Linux kernel's founder made the startling comment at LinuxCon Monday. But is this a sign of failure or success?
CIOs aren't buying the "freedom" message for open source. They're buying tangible benefits that open source delivers.
Open source has displaced free software in the broad open-source movement because it enables businesses and individuals to focus on code, not ideology.
Open-source software is growing in quality even as it grows in quantity, which is causing competitors and would-be customers to take notice, suggests Coverity.
The Linux Foundation is now offering individual memberships to help support the cause. Members get an ultra-hip @linux.com email address.