Download the beta of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo and help test the next major update of the Linux-based operating system due for release in April.
Sick of slow Snap app startup times? Ubuntu devs have some news: they've solved an issue that affected loading times for newly installed Snap apps.
The developers behind Kdenlive, the open-source video editor, recently held a 4-day sprint in Lyon, France, to work on new features and improve performance.
Draw on your Screen with the aptly named 'Draw on Your Screen' extension for GNOME Shell. It lets you write text and draw over the Ubuntu Linux desktop.
The NexDock 2 has hit Kickstarter. The goal? To deliver a 13.1-inch laptop shell, NexDock lets you use your Android smartphone or Raspberry Pi as a laptop.
Drama over: Google has whitelisted the KDE Connect Android app, allowing it to continue to provide SMS and call log integration to Linux users.
GNOME developers launch survey to get feedback on metered data connection usage on desktop PCs and laptop, including those who tether Android to PC.
Meet the NVIDIA Jetson Nano, a $99 developer kit with support for Ubuntu 18.04, NVIDIA CUDA toolkit, and open-source machine learning tools like TensorFlow.
Stadia, a brand new game streaming service from Google, has been revealed — and it's powered by Linux and open source technology.
Mozilla Firefox 66 is available to download on desktop and Android. We look at the new features, bug fixes and key improvements this update brings.
Google removed the official KDE Connect Android app from the Play Store, citing policy restrictions on apps that access SMS and call logs.
The GNOME 3.34 release date is set for September 11, 2019. Development on the next major release of this Linux desktop kicks off in early April.