Here are five new years resolutions for Linux users and fans of open source software. Take advantage of the new year and make some positive changes.
This video showcases 4 different Linux operating systems, including LuneOS and Ubuntu Touch, running on the PinePhone Brave Heart edition.
Below are 10 of Ubuntu’s most defining moments from the past decade. With the leading desktop Linux distribution about to enter a brand new decade — along with the rest of us — it’s sure […]
Our poll to find the best Ubuntu release of the past ten years has concluded. In this post we reveal the Ubuntu version readers crowned their winner.
The business card belongings to systems engineer George Hilliard is extra special but it's also a Linux PC! His Linux business card is novel and unique.
The Latte Dock v0.10 development release adds floating panel support and two new visibility modes, letting you add an iOS-style dock to KDE Plasma desktop.
Learn how to install gThumb on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and related distributions to take advantage of the app's great photo organisation and image editing tools.
This year looks like it'll be a bumper one for Linux fans, so in this post we share 5 crazy predictions for Linux and open source software in the coming year.
Darktable 3.0 is available to download. This version of the open source RAW image editor improves the GUI, adds new modules, and supports Google Photos.
SuperTuxKart 1.1 is available to download. The open source kart racing games gains better online multiplayer, a new arena, and beta release for iOS devices.
Alpine Linux 3.11 has been released and alongside Linux kernel 5.4 and updated packages comes "initial support" for KDE and GNOME desktops.
This early review of the PinePhone (developer edition) has left me excited for the $149 Linux phone. The software needs improving but the potential is there.