Cool thing exists, falls out of vogue, and gets forgotten. Years later it makes a much-hyped comeback. It's a cycle as true for code as it is for pop stars.
EverSticky is an open-source sticky notes app for Linux desktops that syncs to Evernote. It supports text formatting and even checkbox notes, and more.
The HP Dev One is a developer-focused laptop preloaded with the Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS Linux distro from System76. See HP Dev One specs and pricing inside.
Timeshift is a popular open source tool for system backups and snapshots via Rsync or Btrfs. Now, Linux Mint has announced it's assuming maintenance of it.
When you need to send a file from your Linux desktop try Warp. It's a modern GTK4 app using the 'Wormhole' protocol for encrypted file sending between PCs.
ET, Phone GNOME – work to bring GNOME Shell to mobile devices gets a boost thanks to a grant from the German Ministry of Education. Demos n' details inside!
A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what's (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.
The latest daily builds of Ubuntu 22.10 'Kinetic Kudu' come with GNOME's new GTK4-based text editing tool by default. Find out why Gedit has been replaced.
Fed up with slow startup times for the Firefox Snap on Ubuntu? Canonical hears you, and wants you to know it's going to do something about it.
Two new Plex Linux apps are now available to download from the Snap Store on Ubuntu. The new Plex Desktop and Plex HTPC apps are must-haves for media bods.
Make a note to check out Paper, a new GTK note-taking app for Linux desktops. It's built in GTK4, supports markdown, and has a clean UI. Learn more!
Ever wondered how long your favourite apps take to open on Ubuntu? Maybe you’re keen to see if Snap app startup times are as notoriously un-nimble as claimed. And maybe you want to see if […]