The US Supreme Court has handed Google a decisive victory in its decade-long battle with Oracle over the Android operating system (OS).
Microsoft is adding sign-in and sync support to the Linux version of its Edge web browser.
Linux Mint is considering measures to keep users up-to-date, including Windows 10-style forced updates.
Corellium has announced it has Ubuntu Linux running on an M1 Mac, in what is described as a “completely usable” experience.
Google has purchased Neverware and CloudReady, its platform that converts PCs and Macs into Chromebooks.
Canonical and Google have partnered to add Linux as one of the target platforms for the Flutter framework.
Parallels and Google have announced a partnership, aimed at brining full-fledged Windows applications to Chrome Enterprise.
In good news for Linux, Lenovo has expanded its Linux certification to its entire ThinkPad and ThinkStation lineup.
IBM has unveiled a toolkit for developers to start implementing homomorphic encryption on macOS and iOS.