Linux marketshare for September 2020 fell dramatically on that of August, according to NetMarketShare who've just published their latest tracking stats.
Identity is a GTK Linux app that lets you compare multiple versions of a video and image file in the same window, and easily switch between them.
The Librem AweSIM is a $99/m unlimited mobile plan from Purism, makers of the Librem 5 Linux phone. The AweSIM plans is available to American customers.
Ubuntu 20.10 includes a new icon for the Ubiquity installer (the Ubuntu install tool). Not exactly breaking news but it's an important usability fix.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano its the company's lightest ThinkPad to date, but I'm more impressed by the fact it's available to buy with Ubuntu.
Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition has been refreshed with the latest 11th Gen Intel processors, Iris Xe graphics, faster RAM options, and Thunderbolt 4 ports.
Calibre, the popular eBook manager, editor, and reader recently gained some new features. We look at what's new in Calibre 5.0.1 and show you how to get it.
Todoist now has a Kanban board feature similar to Trello. Todoist boards let users visualise tasks as cards and move them between different sections easily.
Microsoft has revealed details on what Linux users can expect in the Edge for Linux preview release next month including which features it will be missing.
Lenovo is expanding its range of Ubuntu laptops and PCs to cover almost 30 distinct models, including popular models like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (8th gen).
Mozilla Firefox 81 features some genuinely useful improvements, including keyboard media key support, broader file handling, and improved PDF Viewer.
Microsoft Edge for Linux will be available to download in October. Available as a preview, Microsoft confirmed the news ahead of its latest dev conference.