We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
Softdisk-era titles released under the GPL.
Open-source release for latest engine version.
Digital distribution platform Desura is now - partially - open source, as Desurium.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool - created, it says, by a third party - uses GPL-licensed code without permission, and promises to make right.
Reports of the use of GPL-licensed code in Microsoft's Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool have resulted in it being removed from the company's site pending an investigation.
Microsoft has surprised many in the industry by releasing kernel drivers which allow Linux to play nicely with its Hyper-V technology under the GPL open source licence.
Google has released the entire source code for its Android platform under an open source licence, ahead of the retail launch of the first Android product.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced plans to purchase all remaining rights to the Symbian mobile platform in order to release it under an open source licence.
The Open Graphics Project has announced availability of the worlds first open-source graphics card, but don't think you can just buy it and plug it in - it's a development platform.
The MPAA has been caught red handed committing copyright infringement with its university toolkit. You gotta love the irony.
After critics damned Asus for not following the GPL agreement with the Eee PC's custom OS, Asus has owned up.
DeviceVM, the company that makes the embedded Linux on the Asus P5E3 Deluxe, has just released the source code to its software. We grilled the company to find out what it expects from this.
The SFLC has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Monsoon Multimedia for not giving access to the source code of the software to all customers.
There is a possibility that Linux will not adopt the new version of the GPL license, as Torvalds objects to new definitions.
What if copy protection could not be bypassed? We explore the free alternatives to the most popular programs used by many illegally. You might be surprised how much Windows, Office, Photoshop and others total up to and how capable some of their freebie replacements are.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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