Collabora Office is a free office app for Android and iOS based on LibreOffice, making it the closet thing to LibreOffice for Android.
MNT Reform is an open source Linux laptop 99.9% free of binary blobs, running entirely on open source software. It's developed by Berlin-based MNT Research.
The GNOME Foundation has been posted its 2018 annual report, seeing a substantial increase in funding thanks to two major donations.
CERN is known for pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding, but the research outfit's next major experiment will be with open-source software.
The team behind Simplenote has open-sourced ALL of the nifty note-taking service's desktop and mobile apps.
The new version of the elementary website is being built entirely in open-source technologies and will be privacy conscious from the start.
It's a predictable, if understandable reaction. So, when writing an article on QupZilla's latest release earlier today, I was prepared to hear it.
Recently a number of you in the OMG! Ubuntu community have been wondering about my "Ubuntu is Easy" videos, and why I have chosen to create a series of what seem like extremely simple tutorials. A few of you have wondered if they're even necessary. A few more think that I shouldn't use Windows at all if I'm a true open source proponent. Here's my short answer to that and more Linux politics.
Arjen Lentz is currently giving a talk at Linux.conf.au entitled "Creating the Business you want." At the beginning of his talk he handed out a sheet of A4 with 10 principles Lentz believes small companies should stick to when starting out.
Open source can provide an excellent foundation for building businesses, as we've seen from many companies past and present. But how does one utilize the tools and benefits of Open Source to create a successful business model and a sustainable company?
Settle down for a minute or so and watch the trailer below for upcoming short Last Payment by Eric Kneifel which was made entirely in Ubuntu using FOSS apps!
Ecolo, a green party in Belgium, is planning a move that would see all 220 workstations in its main office switch to open source by 2011. Sebastien Bollingh, the party's ICT manager, says they plan to eventually replace the underlying system with entirely Ubuntu computers.