But don't worry, you'll be able to play your landfill E.T game as well
But Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth doesn't agree
We need to talk about Colin...
Time to throw off childish things and become a man-website
Modder makes Pi 3 board wallet-friendly, at a cost
Such excite! Very Open Source!
No, we don't know why either. Google+ is a ghost town
Just don't poo in the sandbox
Open source software has come a long way in 25 years
Our favourite feline fighting machine returns after a long nap
Someone is making money out of this
Moves towards a more open environment, however much of an oxymoron that might be
And it's still a man's world
Things happen on a graph and we write words about them happening
We'll leave you to make the obvious joke...
Rapid7 warns that 90 per cent of vulnerable machines can't be patched
Flash is one step closer to full eradication
We round up the likely announcements ahead of the keynote's 6pm kick off
But we still don't know much about the potential Android replacement
Dev board will be available in May priced at $239
Jane Silber to remain on board
Business decision proves it's not easy being lean
And that's when Mr Shuttleworth learnt, there's no place like GNOME
Security researcher slams code as 'worst he's ever seen'
Don't panic, you've got til the end of the year to migrate
Windows-bypassing trojan can also steal passwords and download sensitive files
Site provides devs with information on how firm develops and maintains initiatives
Even though it has been unofficially available on Chrome since 2014
Apple's Swift and F# also on developers' to-do lists
Fourth ageing security flaw that has been patched in the Linux Kernel recently
Karl-Heinz Schneider claims everything was working just fine
Flash is safe, for now
Is that a Firefox in your Pocket or are you just pleased to see us?
But Linux founder still doesn't think it's 'game over' for hash function
Kaspersky warns that bigger attacks are on the horizon
Colonel Kitten has promised not to shout. It won't last
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€90m move would be a 'significant step backwards'
Bulk Windows licence Bayern Munich?
50 staff will be laid off or redeployed
Firm finds a better way to untangle it from Webkit
Open source tool will enable admins, and hackers, to uncover high-entropy encryption keys
Firm promises better performance from concurrent workloads and closer interoperability
Cyanogen bloodbath kills off the operating system, returns it to community
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There's only so much security you can deliver on a shoestring
Founders plea to community for guidance