Then the article below certainly interests you. All this meets the featured Linux Os. It is an Open Source operating system as said in the language of computers, which in recent years has begun to spread and win daily users and large market share.
Created by users in order to meet their own needs Linux has various distributions or as it is known to the general public distros. The most widespread and certainly more user friendly for the casual user is undoubtedly the Ubuntu.
The free operating system used by 20 million computers around the world, is planning to give life on smartphones also. Smartphones with Android will wear the popular Linux distribution to run Android and Ubuntu when connected to a big screen (Ubuntu for Android). London Canonical announced that the first release of smartphones with Ubuntu is expected in the last months of 2013 or early in 2014.
|Linus Torvalds is the man who is responsible for developing the Linux kernel, announced version 3.3 of the core.|
Six security vulnerabilities has been fixed and updated in OpenSSL. Both 1.0.0 and 0.9.8 versions of the open-source implementation of the Secure Sockets Layer protocol. Nadhem Alfardan and Kenny Paterson have publicized recently this issue, security researchers from the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway.
Well, I guess you've heard the good news, that Adobe released few months ago, the first Beta version of Adobe Flash Player with support for 64-bit Linux-based operating systems.