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.
A recent article from US newspaper The Seattle Times offers new details on Valve's plans for bringing Linux gaming to the living room.
Android-powered HDMI dongles are a cheap and easy way to add smart TV features to an otherwise "dumb" screen - but did you know that many of these devices are capable of running a fully-fledged desktop like Ubuntu?
Say hello to the Darter Ultra thin - a 14-inch touchscreen laptop from Linux PC sellers System 76.
HP is the latest hardware vendor to increase the number of their China stores selling Ubuntu laptops.
A powerful new Ubuntu PC has been revealed by Linux computer company System76. The Leopard Extreme boasts Haswell CPUs and up to 64GB RAM.
Dell are to more than double the number of its Chinese retail stores stocking Ubuntu-loaded laptops, Canonical has announced.
Work on bringing Ubuntu Touch to the Oppo Find 5 smartphone is underway.
More information on the laptop vampires won't be using emerges, including a submersible version, detachable solar panel and dual core CPU.
Meet the solar-powered laptop with a 10 hour battery, 4 solar panels, running Ubuntu-powered laptop that charges from the sun in 2 hours.
Canonical are hoping to kickstart the super-phone race with an audacious $32 million crowd-funding campaign.
The Utilite is a $99 Ubuntu PC from the makers of the Mintbox. It's powered by an ARM CPU and measures a minute 13cm long and 2.1cm high.
The fanless MintBox2 boasts 4x the performance power of the original device by switching to an Intel i5 CPU.