Linux builds of Microsoft Edge (the new version using Chromium) aren't available yet, but the Edge team say it's something they'd 'like to do eventually'.
We roundup the latest Linux releases, including new versions of open-source image editor The GIMP and free music player DeaDBeeF, inc. Install instructions!
Red Hat developers announce plans to bring desktop Fedora Linux to Windows-based ARM laptops using the 64-bit ARM Snapdragon 850 SoC.
SuperTuxKart 0.10 Release Candidate 1 is available to download. It features new and improved tracks, kart tweaks, and improved online multiplayer support.
SPURV is a new open-source project that can run Android apps on Linux desktops, with full support for native hardware features like graphics acceleration.
Linux Mint 19.2 codenamed 'Tina' will feature speed improvements to the Muffin window manager, a new Update Manager tool, and new theme tweaks.
A new version of WPS Office, free office software that looks like Microsoft Office, is available to download for Linux distributions, including Ubuntu.
Online retailer eBuyer sells a selection of cheap Ubuntu desktop PCs, ranging from modestly powered machines to high-end gaming rigs all loaded with Ubuntu.
LVFS makes it easy to update firmware on Linux for hardware from the likes of Logitech, Lenovo and Intel. Now the service is celebrating a major milestone.
Download the beta of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo and help test the next major update of the Linux-based operating system due for release in April.
Sick of slow Snap app startup times? Ubuntu devs have some news: they've solved an issue that affected loading times for newly installed Snap apps.
The developers behind Kdenlive, the open-source video editor, recently held a 4-day sprint in Lyon, France, to work on new features and improve performance.