An unnecessary coupling between browser and operating system made compatibility too hard.
The move would further cement the desktop browser monoculture.
HTTP is switching to a protocol layered on top of UDP.
Deal makes IBM the keeper of the world's largest open source software portfolio.
With government approvals received, the acquisition announced in June is complete.
Mozilla is trying to diversify its income streams by promoting a VPN service.
Software giant joins a patent cross-licensing community that protects open source software.
New AMP governance model may go some way toward appeasing critics.
Desktop image is configured to offer particularly tight Windows integration.
And Linux has adopted a real code of conduct to replace its previous "code of conflict."
Microsoft continues its push to make development tools for any and every workflow.
20-day old change, long corrected by OpenStreetMap, was pushed out via Mapbox.
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