Dave Hakkens is the founder of Phonebloks, an initiative that supports and pursues the creation of modular hardware for cellular phones to reduce electronic waste (e-waste) and increase efficiency. In this interview, Dave shares the story of what brought him to this mission and what he believes the... Read more
With the rise of distributed manufacturing with 3D printing, the number of hardware designs released under free licenses is growing exponentially. These designs—ranging from Android phone accessories to prosthetic arms—can have an enormous value for those that want them.
In January, Opensource.com set a new world record with 596,721 page views and 335,290 unique visits. We published 78 articles including eight posts during our Careers in Open Source week.
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at the Raspberry Pi 2, some thoughts on Alibaba's recent investment into the Ouya, a way to test your Git knowledge, and more! Open source and Linux games roundup: January 31 - February 7, 2015
Welcome to the Opensource.com Top 5! Every Friday, I give you a quick rundown of the five, best performing articles of the week. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to find out as soon as we upload it to our Top 5 video playlist. Top 5 articles of the week: February 2 - 6
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Microsoft's investment in Cyanogen, U.S. government budget data on GitHub, the debut of the Raspberry Pi 2, and more! Open source news roundup: January 31 - February 6, 2015
Founder and COO of Per Vices Corporation on why open source is the most efficient path to progress and innovation.
If you're interested in open hardware, this one has been hard to miss: this week, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced the release of the Raspberry Pi 2. This tiny open hardware project has grown so large that its new releases are now making headlines in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal,... Read more
Every year Opensource.com awards members of our community who have excelled in contributing and sharing stories about how open source is changing the world. This year we present the 2014 Opensource.com Community Awards to these outstanding community members in the following categories.
The design of everyday things is an important cultural movement. Of that, most of us have no doubt. We want our tools to work flawlessly and naturally. And open source projects are catching up on this too.