The rumors are rampant — Microsoft is considering a port of MS Office to Linux. Jack Wallen tackles this topic and comes to a conclusion that might surprise you.
The latest UEFI snafu involved the bricking of Samsung laptops. It’s time that hardware vendors knew consumers and IT pros demand the right to hardware neutrality.
Jack Wallen takes another look at the GNOME 3 desktop and is surprised at what he finds. A desktop that is the target of much derision might deserve another chance.
To many, open source is black and white — software is either open or not. Jack Wallen sees the new world order in shades of gray and begs the open source community to be more open in their attitude.
Fedora 18 is finally here (as of Jan. 15). Jack Wallen takes a look at some of the included features and draws the conclusion that the wait for Spherical Cow might well make up for the delay.
Canonical announced that Ubuntu for smartphones is now a reality. Jack Wallen gives you a heads up on what you should know at this point and what he expects for the future of this platform.
Jack Wallen not only shows you how to install Spotify on your Ubuntu desktop, but reminds us how important it is to install, use, and even purchase these titles!