Reviews of popular Linux software, games and services.
When I first heard about the GPD Micro PC, the 6-inch laptop crowdfunded into reality earlier this year, my overriding impression was one of confusion. I thought a laptop this small wouldn’t be usable …but […]
Our Ubuntu 18.10 review looks at the new features the 'Cosmic Cuttlefish' brings to ask if latest version of this Linux distribution is worth downloading.
Grab an Ubuntu 18.04 download and join us for a review of the best Ubuntu 18.04 features on offer. Plus, learn why we think the 'Bionic Beaver' is the BEST Ubuntu release in years.
Notes Up is a Markdown editor for Linux desktop with a basic set of features, including PDF export and a markdown cheat sheet built in to the app.
This is our Ubuntu 17.04 review. It recaps new features in Ubuntu 17.04, tells you what's changed, and has the links you need to download Ubuntu yourself.
In this post we round up some of the latest Bq Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet reviews from well known technology sites and online publications. Let us give you fair warning: not all of the reviews that follow are happy-happy, […]
A day later than expected, but the second beta in the Ubuntu 16.04 development cycle is now available to download. Although this is the second beta release in the Ubuntu 16.04 release schedule it is the first to include the regular version […]
I am a big user of Pocket, the (awesome) read it later service. Like, seriously big. So I was stoked to learn that it’s now possible to read my latest must-reads offline on Ubuntu Phone. How? Using PockIt, […]
With retro-styled visuals and plinky soundscapes, I couldn't resist taking old-school rhythm-based puzzle game 'Micron' for a spin.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is now available for you to download and install on your computer – but is it any good?
It is often touted as a superior alternative to the perennially popular VoIP service Skype — but is Viber truly able to live up to such claims?
The Budgie Desktop Environment brings elements of the minimalist Chrome OS experience to Linux — but it does so in a novel way...