Dig the look of the Nintendo Switch but prefer gaming on Linux? Meet the ODroid Go Super, an $80 ARM-powered games console that runs Ubuntu.
Kdenlive 20.12 offers a new subtitle editor, same track transition support, and a vertical video effect. We recap these and other changes in this release.
GNOME developers have unveiled an ambitious set of UX changes they hope to implement in GNOME 40. We take a closer look at the proposed redesign.
Firefox 84 has been released. We rundown its key changes and new features, which includes tweaks to improve the browser's performance on Linux systems.
The Linux 5.10 kernel release is packed to the hilt with big changes, performance enhancements, and new drivers. Linux 5.10 is a Long Term Support release.
A slick new storefront to find and install Flatpak apps? Count me in! Souk is a new, independent Flatpak manager built in GTK 4 & Rust – and it looks epic!
A seller of pre-built Linux laptops and desktop PCs has announced its closure. The company was early pioneer of devices sold with Ubuntu preinstalled.
It’s been a long time since I typed the name ‘Gmusicbrowser’ in to the body area of post but what d’ya know: the venerable music player recently issued a pair of new releases. Gmusicbrowser was […]
Linux support for Apple Silicon? Not such a crazy idea, as one prominent Linux developer takes up the challenge to bring up Linux support on Apple's M1 processor.
Font Manager 0.8 for Linux adds integration with Google Fonts, one of the biggest online sources of free fonts. Learn more about the app in this post.
A major update to Blender, the open source 3D modelling software, is out — and it brings a veritable bucketload of improvements to the design table.
Vivaldi Mail is now available for testing. This IMAP and POP compatible email client is built-in to the Vivaldi web browser in new snapshot builds.