Linux users can now make Skype calls from the web in Chrome

 The Skype team today announced that anyone using a Chromebook or Chrome on Linux can visit web.skype.com to make one-to-one and group voice calls on top of the messaging features … Continue Reading →


Canonical-Pivotal partnership makes Ubuntu preferred Linux distro for Cloud Foundry

 Pivotal, developers of the Cloud Foundry open source cloud development platform and Canonical, the company behind the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, announced a partnership today where Ubuntu becomes the preferred operating system for Cloud … Continue Reading →


LzLabs launches product to move mainframe COBOL code to Linux cloud

 Somewhere in a world full of advanced technology that we write about regularly here on TechCrunch, there exists an ancient realm where mainframe computers are still running programs written in COBOL. This is … Continue Reading →


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Microsoft Says It’s in Love With Linux. Now It’s Finally Proving It

Today, the company released .NET Core 1.0, a version of its popular software development platform that will run not just on Windows operating systems. The post Microsoft Says It’s in … Continue Reading →