Firefox 86 adds support for multiple picture-in-picture windows (multitaskers rejoice) and a major privacy boost through total Cookie protection. Nice!
Plans to bring Rhythmbox's dated UI into the modern era have hit a snag, with contributors pressing for change at odds with those who gatekeep the codebase.
Using Windows Subsystem for Linux 2? If so, you may be interested to know that a new Linux kernel is available to install through Windows Update. Yes — writing that sentence feels very weird! Canonical’s […]
A major GNOME Software revamp is on the way that will dramatically improve the appearance of the app and boost discoverability of software. Mockups within.
We take a look at Spot, a GTK Spotify client built for Linux, and its early feature set, which includes search, playback, and browsing for music.
The GNOME desktop (and by extension Ubuntu) comes with a hidden Easter egg celebrating an open source mascot — and this post shows you how to find it!
Ubuntu 21.04 may use a dark GNOME Shell theme by default. Yaru theme developers have proposed using a dark system theme by default in 'Hirsute Hippo'.
If you’ve been patiently waiting to learn which mobile Linux operating system the PinePhone will ship with, you’re in luck! PINE64 has announced Manjaro ARM running Plasma Mobile will be the default software preloaded on […]
A brand new Linux kernel is now available to download. In this post we recap the core changes and new features you'll find tucked up inside Linux 5.11.
This week's Linux release roundup takes in a lot, from open source video editors to image editing and management tools. This post is best read with coffee.
Fair warning reader: this post has nothing to do with Ubuntu, or even Linux for that matter. Instead, the following 600 words are about a promising (new to me) FreeBSD distro and why it left […]
A new look is coming to Mozilla Firefox — yes, another one — and in this post we show you what it currently looks like on Ubuntu, and share detail on how to try it […]