Crikey, folks: it’s December, and that means Christmas is shortly to be thrust upon us, whether we’re ready or not! It can be tricky to come up with gift ideas for Linux users in your life. And since […]
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I'm having one of those days again. One of those days where I can't seem to stumble upon any app, update or news item worth covering.
Linux Mint is making it lock-screen a little more useful, adding music and volume controls and MPRIS track data.
Like a Spice Girls' solo career, I'll keep this post wonderfully short: a new version of the Harmony music player is available to download.
Here are 16 things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.10. We show you how to change theme, install apps, and use (awesome) hidden features.
If you're a fan of the Harmony music player then listen up: there's a new update waiting for you to download.
KDE has announced the release of the first Plasma desktop LTS (long-term support).
Are you looking for a GNOME music player extension that offers player controls, ratings progress bar and more?
The first stable release of KDE Connect is available for download. The tool lets you see Android notifications on your Linux desktop, among other features.
Back in May we got a peek at what the Canonical Design Team has in store for the future of Ubuntu — now there's more to see.
Meet Museeks, a new cross-platform desktop music player written in Node.js, Electron and React.js.