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GNOME Shell for Mobile is Shaping Up VERY Nicely

ET, Phone GNOME – work to bring GNOME Shell to mobile devices gets a boost thanks to a grant from the German Ministry of Education. Demos n' details inside!

31 May 2022
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Firefox 101 Released with Only Minor Changes

A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what's (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.

30 May 2022
ubuntu 22.10: GNOME text editor

Ubuntu 22.10 Replaces Gedit with New Text Editor

The latest daily builds of Ubuntu 22.10 'Kinetic Kudu' come with GNOME's new GTK4-based text editing tool by default. Find out why Gedit has been replaced.

30 May 2022
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How Canonical Plans to Make the Firefox Snap, Snappier

Fed up with slow startup times for the Firefox Snap on Ubuntu? Canonical hears you, and wants you to know it's going to do something about it.

26 May 2022
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Don't Miss: Plex Desktop App Debuts on Linux as a Snap

Two new Plex Linux apps are now available to download from the Snap Store on Ubuntu. The new Plex Desktop and Plex HTPC apps are must-haves for media bods.

26 May 2022
Paper - a GTK note taking app

Paper is a New Note Taking App for Linux

Make a note to check out Paper, a new GTK note-taking app for Linux desktops. It's built in GTK4, supports markdown, and has a clean UI. Learn more!

25 May 2022
Pitivi video editor for Linux

Productive Summer Planned for Pitivi Video Editor

Details on GNOME's Google Summer of Code 2022 projects have been revealed, with work to improve open source video editor Pitivi a notable highlight.

23 May 2022
Linux Kernel 5.18 newspaper headline

Linux Kernel 5.18 Released, This is What’s New

A new Linux kernel is here. Linux 5.18 features a wealth of enhancements, hardware enablement, and filesystem fixes, plus a controversial new Intel driver.

22 May 2022
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Ubuntu 22.10 Makes PipeWire Default for Audio

PipeWire is now shipping as the default audio server in Ubuntu 22.10 daily builds. PipeWire improves audio handling & performance compared to PulseAudio.

22 May 2022
HP's Pop OS laptop

HP Team Up With System76 for New Linux Laptop

Pop!_OS is the default OS on the HP Dev One Linux laptop, a revamped version of the HP Elitebook preloaded with System76's Ubuntu-based Linux distro.

22 May 2022

You Can Upgrade Framework, the Modular Laptop, with 12th Gen Intel CPUs

I’m on record as really digging the ethos behind the Framework laptop — and yes, the fact it runs so well with Ubuntu is a bonus as someone who writes a blog about Ubuntu 😅. […]

19 May 2022
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Canonical is Recruiting Devs for ‘Ubuntu Gaming’ Team

Anyone remember Ubuntu Gamer? It was a spin-off blog we launched way before Steam for Linux was a thing. Oops! But hey, here's something related…

18 May 2022