A new survey from Royal Pingdom confirms what you may have suspected already: WordPress dominates many of the world's most popular blogs.
While TYPO3 thrives in Europe, U.S. favorites Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla are struggling to find market share in Germany.
Water and Stone released its free annual report on the state of open source web content management. For the most part, there aren't any major surprises, but there are a few points worth noting. For
The content management space is dominated by news of updates, new features and release cycles. Among nimble open source players the changes can be fast and furious. It's been a year of new
Last week WordPress announced it was placing a new Follow button at the bottom of each WordPress blog page to make it easier for blog readers to subscribe to that blog. When a visitor clicks the
Two new translation software announcements are aimed squarely at the content management market, indicating the challenges enterprises face as they create and update multi-lingual content.
Account holders on WordPress.org have had their passwords reset after the discovery of contaminated code in a trio of plug-ins. "Cleverly disguised backdoors" were found in several popular plugins
WordPress announced the release of an update last week with version 3.1.2. According to a blog post on Open Source CMS Pro, this release fixes a recently discovered security issue with
Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com has disclosed that several of its servers have been breached. In a blog post on the company's official blog, founding developer Matt Mullenweg wrote:
Blog host Wordpress.com was yesterday hit by an 'extremely large' DDoS attack that the company says is its largest and most sustained in its six-years of operation. All three data centers run by