A ton of Linux-powered hardware is out there, ranging from supercomputers and space rovers to more down-to-earth products like laptops, desktop PCs, smartphones, tablets, and more.
If you are hoping to lay down some hard earned cash for a Linux-based Steam Machine sometime this year, you ought to look away now.
Well, smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast! Remember that solar-powered Ubuntu laptop we wrote about last year? Well, it's emerged from the haze.
The company behind the award-winning Cirrus 7 Nimbus mini PC has announced that it is now available to buy pre-loaded with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
Looking for a new Ubuntu laptop on a budget? UK electronics store eBuyer are offering a HP laptop pre-loaded with Ubuntu for just £219.
The striking industrial design of the Cirrus7 PC, which is available to buy pre-loaded with Ubuntu, has seen it win the prestigious 'Red Dot Product Design' Award.
The Linux Mint-powered MintBox mini-PC has launched in Europe priced at €599, and is available to buy direct from Amazon.
Geeksphone are 'in talks' with Canonical to bring Ubuntu Touch to its latest dual-core Intel-based 'Revolution' smartphone.
More information on the hardware specifications of Bq's Aquaris Ubuntu Phone have been revealed at Mobile World Congress.
Two manufacturers, China based Meizu and Spanish OEM BQ Readers, are both set to release Ubuntu-powered handsets at some point 'within 2014'.
Valve have announced 12 new hardware partners shipping Linux-powered Steam Machines.
We go hands on with ZaReason's latest gaming rig for space-conscious Linux gamers.
Several years back developer David Henningsson created a small app that ttys to turns a regular ol' laptop headphone jack into a microphone input jack - and in this post we show you how to use it.