Don’t be shocked. Microsoft’s PowerShell is now Open Source.
Microsoft open-sourced Checked C, an extended version of C programming language.
No need to pinch yourself. You are not dreaming it.
To Linux, with love, from Microsoft.
No, Microsoft is not buying Canonical. You can take the sigh of relief. Earlier, a rumor was doing the rounds that Microsoft is in talks to buy Canonical, parent company of widely popular Ubuntu Linux. These speculations were attributed to some “key sources in Linux community” and on the fact that Microsoft is partnering with […]
Here is how to easily install Microsoft Visual Studio Code in Ubuntu 15.04, 14.10 and 14.04.
Microsoft has shocked the entire tech world by announcing a new Linux OS ahead of Windows 10 release. Few months back when Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that Microsoft loves Linux, it created quite a stir. But no one could have guessed that Microsoft’s love interest in Linux will go to the extent of announcing its own Linux […]
I presume that you have heard of Raspberry Pi. A $35 microcomputer that has revolutionized the low cost computing and has cult following among hardware hobbyist and do-it-yourself enthusiasts. Several other followed in the footsteps of Raspberry Pi to provide low cost micro computers, Arduino is one of the successful examples. [Arduino came long before Raspberry […]
With the world going gaga over Cloud storage, a number of operating systems are also providing their own cloud storage along with dedicated cloud players like Dropbox. Ubuntu has it’s own Ubuntu One (Ubuntu One is now closed down), Apple has iCloud and Microsoft has OneDrive. Problem comes with inter-portability. While Ubuntu One is available on […]
The father of Linux, Linus Torvalds is all set to join Microsoft to head Windows 9 project. What does it mean to the future of Linux and Open Source? Find out.
China has done it again. This time they have cloned Microsoft Office for Ubuntu. Take a look at the default office suite in Ubuntu Kylin, WPS Office.
Microsoft Office for Linux is a reality? If rumor to believe, we will have a MS Office for Linux in 2014. Find out more about why this rumor might be true.