DreamWorks first released its rendering platform as open-source under the name OpenMoonRay in March, 2023. Earlier this week the software received its first upgrade. These…
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DebConf24 which was originally scheduled to be held in Haifa, Israel will now be held in Busan, South Korea at a venue that will be announced at a later date. Here's what we know about the new host city.
Game developers should be happy to learn that Steam Audio SDK, including all of its plugins, are now covered under the Apache-2.0 license.
We could be wrong, but the FOSS Force crystal ball tells us we'll see a production ready version of Cosmic DE released by late April, just in time for this year's LinuxFest Northwest.
Fairphone, the Dutch-based company behind the eponymous branded mobile phone, has announced that it's received the highest ranking for sustainability that any mobile phone maker has ever received.
Google this week announced changes to the way it collects and stores user location data that might bring an end to geofence warrants.
Certain Threadripper 7000 Series processors contain fuses that permanently blow when the processor gets overclocked.
Univention Corporate Server was originally designed to be a Linux distro with Microsoft Active Directory capabilities.
Although officially released today, enterprises will need to wait for about four weeks longer before deploying the enterprise edition, as the software still needs to go through the certification process.
Terms of this three-way merger that also includes Dracoon have not been disclosed.
The first beta release of KDE Plasma 6, which exchanges X11 for Wayland, was released last week. The second beta will be released in two weeks.