About once a year, the Linux Foundation analyzes the online repository that holds the source code of the kernel, or core, of the Linux operating system. As well as tracking the increasing complexity of the ever-evolving kernel over a series of releases from versions 3.0 to 3.10, the report also reveals who is contributing code, and the dominant role corporations now play in what began as an all-volunteer project in 1991.
Google Announces New News Service
Great For News-Aholics Like Me
Geeks in Space
They made their fortunes in engineering. Now they're spending them on space
Google's Gmail Should Be Working Again
Two Days Worth of Problems for "Gfail"
Does Google Like Me?
Solar Gets Googled
Google Searches for Ad Dollars in Social Networks
New patents aim to pry profits from patterns
China, Google, Hacking, Phones and Texting: Things Get Messy
Google Delays Launching Phone, China Scans Text Messages, Google Hacking Supposedly Traced To China Origins
Email Accounts at Microsoft, Google and Others Successfully Targeted by Phishing Schemes
At Least 30,000 User Accounts Involved
Where in the World Wide Web Is Al Phillips?
China Says It Needs No Stinking Internet Lessons From the US
Tells "Information Imperialist" US to Butt Out of Its Affairs
Add Google and LiveJournal to DoS Attack Victims
MySpace Felt Left Out?
AT&T Says Google Plays Unfair
Claims Google Violates Net Neutrality Rules
Google's Gmail Goes Down for Some Users
Outages Start Getting Annoying
Back Story: What's Your Superpower?
Google engineers debate the best superhuman abilities
Winner: Google Chrome, the Conqueror
Google's new online operating system could be the Windows killer
Google Likely Saying Goodbye To China
Threatens to Pull Out Unless Censorship and Cyber Attacks End
Australia's Internet Censorship Plans Creating Backlash
Hackers Attack Government Websites; Google Refuses to Censor YouTube
Bad Buzz Batters Google Into Brandishing Better Buzz
Google Revises Its Social Network Buzz After Privacy Complaints
What Does Real-Time Search Mean to Google?
Google is planning a Monday announcement about "search on the edge," but isn't telling any details