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.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now certified for the Raspberry Pi. The support for the successful single board computer includes additional testing and security fixes.
Lenovo Linux laptops preinstalled with Fedora Workstation will be available to buy later this year. The OS will be available on a range of ThinkPad models.
PinePhone UBports Community Edition is now available to preorder for $149, running Ubuntu Touch. Pine64 donate $10 from every sale to the UBports Foundation.
The Astro Slide is an Android-based smartphone with sliding physical keyboard. And the device's makers, Planet Computers, say it'll support Linux too.
The Purism Librem Mini is a $699 small-form factor Linux PC. Here we look at the Librem Mini specs, price, and its release date to ask if it's worth buying.
Pine64 is back with a new single board computer, the HardROCK64. It costs from $35, features a six-core ARM processor, and has lots of ports and expansion.
Pine64 plan to sell PinePhone cases online. The fitted hard shell cases will be available in several colours and feature cut outs for camera and speakers.
How well does Ubuntu 19.10 run the HP Dragonfly Elite (2019) laptop? Well, based on Jim Salter's personal experience in this review, it runs great!
MNT Reform is an open source Linux laptop 99.9% free of binary blobs, running entirely on open source software. It's developed by Berlin-based MNT Research.
PinePhone 'Brave Heart' has begun shipping to early adopters. We also get our first look the phone's packaging, the factory OS it uses, and more.
CES 2020 was a little light on consumer-grade Linux tech but the Ubuntu powered Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition took pride of place over at the Dell stand.
Dell is marking the tenth anniversary of the "Project Sputnik" range of Linux laptops with an updated 13-inch Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition model.