Linux laptop maker Slimbook is promoting an upcoming hardware launch with a bizarre YouTube video in which a penguin bashes apple — quite literally!
Apple Music is now available through a web browser, which means I'm pleased/obligated to report that you can now use the service on Linux!
Does Apple stop Linux from booting on its newly refreshed Mac Mini PC or MacBookAir laptops? That’s the claim currently circling the web‘s collective drain. The posit is that the new T2 ‘secure enclave’ chip Apple has baked […]
Google engineers are working to add Apple Magic Trackpad 2 Linux support to the mainline Linux Kernel. Although it’s been 3 years since Apple announced the Magic Trackpad 2 Linux users have needed to rely […]
Ubuntu community member thinks the Ubuntu browser app icon is too similar to Apple's Safari. Should it be changed?
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but Apple's introduction of Siri Suggestions is more than flattering — it's a sign Canonical is ahead of the curve.
If you've played with iOS 8 you might have spotted a new feature in Spotlight that is very similar to a key part of the Ubuntu desktop.
Ahead of the release of Mavericks, we highlight three features that may be new to OS X users, but are pretty old-hat to those who use Linux.
Credit to Apple for raising the hardware game with the introduction of retina display in their "all new Macbook Pro" (aka the 'Macbook Pro Pro').. But such a high pixel density display creates a problem for an OS like Ubuntu which hasn't, as yet, added support for super-sharp "retina" screens.
Could you imagine a world without Linux? Such a thought could have been stark reality had Apple managed to successfully recruit Linus Torvalds back in 2000.
Apple today lifted the lid on the next iteration of their OS X operating system - OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Exciting news in itself for Mac fans, but the reveal introduces a number of new features to the OS X desktop that Ubuntu users have enjoyed for a little while...
Dual-booting on a PC is easy: you stick in your disk and the installer takes care of everything else. But just how does one dual-boot Ubuntu on a Mac? There are various guides and how-to's on the internet, but I thought I would share the method I use here on OMG!