Author Archives: Sam Tran

Nginx Web Server Promoted to Main Repo in 14.04

Developers, sysadmins, and everyone in between will be pleased to hear that the open source Nginx web server will be moving to the main repo in Ubuntu 14.04.

2 January 2014

Hands On with the ZaReason Zeto Compact Gaming PC

We go hands on with ZaReason's latest gaming rig for space-conscious Linux gamers.

30 December 2013

Ubuntu Touch Can Now Dual-Boot With Android

Canonical have announced a new dual boot mode for using Ubuntu Touch and Android on the same device.

23 December 2013

KDE 4.12 Released, Teases Upcoming KDE 5 Preview

KDE 4.12, an update to the popular KDE desktop environment, has been released.

18 December 2013

Steam Support Added to Open Gaming Platform ‘Lutris’

Linux gamers looking for a way to bring together your favourite open source titles, Wine games, and – now – Steam need look no further than Lutris.

18 December 2013

‘Humble Bundle: PC and Android 8’ Comes with 6 Titles for Linux

Hot on the heels of the Humble Jumbo Bundle, Humble Bundle: PC and Android 8 comes with 6 titles for Linux.

17 December 2013

The Best Linux Games of 2013

With 2013 wrapping up, we've brought together 10 of our favourite Linux games of the past year.

15 December 2013

Hands On With The SteamOS Beta

After half the world fell asleep waiting for Valve to release the SteamOS Beta, we gave the new Debian-based OS a quick run through.

14 December 2013

SteamOS Available To Download on December 13

The Linux-based gaming platform SteamOS will be available to download on December 13.

11 December 2013

Screensaver Inhibitor ‘Caffeine’ Gets First Update in Over Two Years

Screensaver and sleep inhibitor Caffeine has received its first update in over two years.

11 December 2013

First Look at New Nautilus Designs

GNOME designer Allan Day has shown off new design work on Nautilus dubbed 'Nautilus Next'.

11 December 2013

Cordova Will Support Ubuntu Touch In Next Release

Canonical has announced that the next version of Apache Cordova, 3.3, will support Ubuntu.

11 December 2013