Red Hat’s recent decision to restrict the source code for its enterprise Linux build has led open-source projects big and small to come up with creative strategies to continue to serve their users.
Recent moves by the open-source software company Red Hat point at a growing divide between commercial Linux users and the noncommercial community that supports them.
Privacy has become a major concern with online AI models that are hooked up to corporate servers.
PiEEG aims to let people control robots and computers with their minds, using a Raspberry Pi.
“Copilot” was trained using billions of lines of open-source code hosted on sites like Github. The people who wrote the code are not happy.
Hordes of wealthy and prominent figures acted like Musk's typical reply guys, all clamoring for the chance to get in on his Twitter deal.
How Online Flight Trackers Have Helped People Follow Nancy Pelosi, Taylor Swift, and Russian Oligarchs’ Private Flights
Open-source flight trackers have been repeatedly used to break news over the last few weeks.
Video game development is mysterious, and it's helpful when creators share their work, messy stuff and all, with the world.
The new owners of the free and open-source audio editing software announced the privacy changes, kicking off a furor.
The low-cost PinePhone isn’t a perfect device, but the nuanced ecosystem it’s going to build for Linux-based smartphones is going to be amazing.
Wikimedia, Ubuntu, Monero, and several other open source organizations have announced that they are moving away from the historical network.
Developers of the popular open source network Freenode are quitting en masse and accusing Andrew Lee, the Crown Prince of Korea, of a “hostile takeover” of the organization.