Ubuntu has settled on the version of the Linux kernel that will ship in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS when released this April. Surprisgly, it won't be the most recent.
RawTherapee v5.8 introduces support for CR3 data (on cameras that support it), plus improved handling for camera models, better memory usage, and more.
Ubuntu Kylin's UKUI desktop is getting a Qt revamp, with a look that will rival the Deepin desktop. This video of UKUI 3.0 Start menu preview shows more.
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.
A new version of Lumina desktop, a lightweight Qt-based desktop environment built around plugins, is available to download. We recap the new changes.
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.
Lightworks 20 features an improved interface and new options, including H.265 video decoding, auto-rotation of smartphone video, and more.
Using the Cinnamon desktop environment on a high-resolution display? If so, you may be pretty excited to hear that fractional scaling support is on the way.
A new version of the Regolith desktop is available. Regolith 1.3 introduces a new theme, shortcut improvements, and a new way of handling notifications.
Dino is an open source XMPP client for Linux desktops. Written in GTK/Vala, Dino also supports end-to-end encryption, file sending, and message searching.
PhotoFlare is a free photo editor for Windows and Linux that lets you apply filters, add text to images, and more. Think Microsoft Paint, but more powerful.
LibreOffice 6.4 is the latest stable release of the open source productivity suite and contains a number of new features and key improvements.