Windows Terminal panes and tab reordering are two new features the open source command line tool picks up in its latest release, Windows Terminal 0.7.
Purism has begun shipping the Librem 5 Linux phone to backers of its crowdfunding campaign — and the first hands-on impressions are filtering in!
OpenMoji is an open source emoji library that's free to use. The set has over 3000 glyphs, supports Unicode's Emoji 12.0 spec, and is available as a font.
Linux 5.4 kernel is out. The latest Linux kernel update adds support for several ARM-based laptops, has better files system encryption, and lots more.
Does Stadia work on Ubuntu? Yes, in both Google Chrome and Chromium. In this post we look at one users' experience playing Destiny on Stadia.
Audacity 2.3.3 has no major new features but does includes 75+ bug fixes, improved equalisation, and removes obsolete code. Plus, learn how to install it.
When the Glimpse image editor was announced it created a a storm of opinion. Now the infamous GIMP fork has made its first release — but is it any good?
Meet the Slimbook Pro X 15, a new 15-inch Linux laptop from Spanish hardware company Slimbook. Their new device is powered by an Intel i7-9750H processor (6-core, 4.5GHz turbo boost) with a beefy NVIDIA GTX […]
Zorin OS 15 Lite is a stylish Linux distribution based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. It's designed for low spec computers and uses the Xfce desktop by default.
Google wants to bring Android "as close as possible" to the mainline Linux kernel, stabilising the kernel ABI and making hardware support modular.
Scrcpy users can now interact with an Android phone on PC using a touchscreen, as well as use the utility with devices running Android 10.
This video shows Mozilla Firefox, GIMP and a Qt5 Matrix client running on a PinePhone with postmarketOS installed. Are they usable? Find out.