Looking for an open-source animated gif tool for the Linux desktop? Check out Gifine, though be warned: it's still a little rough around the edges.
It’s been a few years since the OpenShot Kickstarter campaign end successfully, but progress on the ‘next generation’ version of OpenShot has been, for various practical reasons, a little slow. But this year the open-source non-linear video editor has (thankfully) […]
We rundown our favourite gaming releases of the past twelve months, including some big hitters, like Tomb Raider, as well as some indie and open-source gems.
A new Linux-powered retro games console wants to do for the Gameboy, SNES and Genesis, what the NES Classic has done for the NES. As a retro gamer I (quite naturally) was stoked to see the […]
You're looking at a proposed new 3D dock that, its creator hopes, will help bring the dream of Ubuntu convergence to more people.
Curious to know more about Unity low graphics mode in Ubuntu? Canonical has explained more. We first reported that Unity 7 was getting low graphics mode back in July. Since then, the feature rolled out as part of […]
While Ubuntu Phone continues to stew, bereft of new devices and little developer interest, other efforts to create a fully-fledged Linux* smartphone are picking up pace. Chief among them is KDE Plasma Mobile. KDE itself needs little introduction. […]
A new YouTube video claims to show an ‘quick overview of what’s to come to Unity 8’ in a future update. Uploaded by Kugi Javacookies (not sure if that’s his real name), the clip is described as offering a […]
Ubuntu is being used to help computers learn to touch…
The Unity 8 desktop is now available to try out in the latest Ubuntu 16.10 developer images and in this post we go hands on it with it.
KDE has announced the release of the first Plasma desktop LTS (long-term support).
Ubuntu OTA-13 rolled out earlier this week with some nifty new features in tow, and you can see them in action in the following set of videos.