Is Linux app development of in decline or switching to 'bespoke' Linux distros with stable foundations, like elementary OS and Deepin? And does this potential trend matter?
Seriously folks, the Ubuntu desktop is not dying. Like The Doctor in the BBC Sci-Fi series Doctor Who it's simply regenerating.
As I write this it’s still December 24. Thus, you don’t need me to tell you that it’s Christmas (and if you do: invest in a coffee maker, cos you really need to smell some!). Yup, tomorrow […]
This week a horde of angry, pitchfork-waving readers descended upon the e-mail inbox of both OMG! sites, demanding to know why we weren’t writing about the “shocking evil” Google is waging against the open-source community. SHOCKING EVIL, PEOPLE. Firstly, Saturday […]
Recent rumours suggest yet another Skype desktop app to help ease the burden of maintaining so many — but is Skype for Life, in fact, already here and running on Linux?
It's three years to the day since Canonical launched the most audacious crowdfunding campaign in history.
Ubuntu OTA-11 brings wireless display support to the Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu phone. But how well does it work? We go hands on.
Think of this note as a scribbled note stuck to the communal notice board with a half-chewed stick of gum.
Am I the only person who misses Unity web apps? The feature debuted in the Ubuntu 12.10 release and was, in my opinion, far ahead of its time. With a single broad stroke Ubuntu 12.10 took the web from being confined in a browser to an integral […]
Ubuntu has been around for ten years, and yet the world's most popular desktop Linux distribution still finds a way to surprise me.
Today marks the 11th anniversary of the first ever release of Ubuntu, Ubuntu 4.10 Warty Warthog.
Jaw-dropping. Hugely successful. Record breaking. All terms that describe Jolla's recent crowdfunding campaign, and now it's getting even better.