From Work & Play and witless 'tweetbait', to Windows updates, Priv pricing, Xbox excitement, Cortana's fruity segue, and Microsoft's Red Hat love, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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Microsoft has announced that it will be developing cloud-based solutions in partnership with Red Hat, in addition to providing Red Hat Enterprise Linux as an OS option on Azure.
The latest "Who writes Linux?" report from the Linux Foundation has revealed that Intel has leapfrogged Red Hat to become the top contributor to the Linux kernel development.
Today Red Hat announced the release of RHEL 7. The latest version focuses on many security improvements, LDAP integration, as well as supporting filesystems up to 500 TB in size.
Google announced various changes to its Cloud Platform at the recently concluded Cloud Platform Live event which include reduced pricing and support for more web technologies than before.
Microsoft is a member of a new industry effort to standardize the use of ARM-based processors in servers, which suggests that the company could launch an ARM-based version of Windows Server.
Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux OS, has offered some opinions on Windows 8 and its UEFI security measures, saying that a solution to dual boot to Linux via Red Hat is a good compromise.
The maker of Red Hat Linux announced a memorable milestone, ie the making of more than 1 billion dollars in revenue. The enterprise market is happy to pay for Linux support, the company suggests.
An employee of Red Hat has raised concern in a blog posting that Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system might not allow users to dual-boot to a Linux-based OS.
Microsoft is still the biggest company for PC operating systems, at least according to the amount of revenue it generates. A new study from Gartner Research reports that Microsoft had $23.848 billion in revenue from...
Fedora 11, the next release of the popular Linux distribution, is now available from the Fedora website. You can find full details of the major improvements and changes in this latest release in our previous...
Fedora 11, the next version of the popular Linux distribution, is due to be released on Tuesday next week, according to the Fedora Project website. The new version features better performance, increased security, and several...
According to a blog post by Red Hat, Microsoft was given a three year contract, with no public bidding, which Red Hat and 17 other technology groups are appealing. The contract was worth 14 million...
Just after Christmas, Neowin was given the chance for a community Q&A with Paul Frields of Red Hat. Paul has worked with Fedora since 2003, and became the Fedora Project Leader in January last year....