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AT&T has struck a deal with Canonical that could shape the future of the platform currently "owning" the cloud... Ubuntu. Jack Wallen has the details.
2015 was a banner year for Linux. From enterprise to mobile, Linux found solid footing in many areas some considered previously impossible. Jack Wallen reflects on some of the highlights.
As more workloads move to the cloud, so must security solutions. Matt Asay explains how the future of security is cloudy with a chance of Amazon.
Another Linux kernel developer has left, citing a toxic environment. Jack Wallen proposes the type of motivation used by the kernel devs could unmake a very precious commodity.
A botnet spread by embedded Linux systems has been discovered, and the weakness can be traced back to seriously out-of-date firmware. Jack Wallen offers his solution.
If you want to get some of the power of Kali Linux on your Ubuntu distribution, Jack Wallen shows you how to do so with the Katoolin install script.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is actually being used more than you might think. Here's what you need to know about the current state of AI and where it's going.
The US continues to fall behind in preparing the next generation of STEM innovators to build the future. But, there's one big move that could help catch up.
The FCC is preparing a regulation change to enforce net neutrality, despite lobbyist and legislative interference. Learn how this affects providers and users of cloud-based services.
Part plush toy, part iPad app, Trobo blends cuddliness and science to answer the types of questions little kids think to ask.