MNT Reform is an open source Linux laptop 99.9% free of binary blobs, running entirely on open source software. It's developed by Berlin-based MNT Research.
The NexDock 2 has hit Kickstarter. The goal? To deliver a 13.1-inch laptop shell, NexDock lets you use your Android smartphone or Raspberry Pi as a laptop.
The Atari VCS release date has been pushed back to late 2019. The Linux-powered games console will now use an AMD Ryzen APU for better performance.
Crowdfunding for a Linux phone that respects your privacy and keep your data secure is underway by Linux laptop maker Purism.
I'm late; I've only just come across the Gemini PDA crowdfunder on IndieGoGo, which launched at the start of this month. And boy am I in love.
A new Linux-powered retro games console wants to do for the Gameboy, SNES and Genesis, what the NES Classic has done for the NES. As a retro gamer I (quite naturally) was stoked to see the […]
You're looking at a proposed new 3D dock that, its creator hopes, will help bring the dream of Ubuntu convergence to more people.
While we wait for a certain Linux-based mobile OS to arrive on phones before we start thinking about tablets, other entrants are upping their game.
This is a story all about how GNOME got twisted, turned upside down. If you'd like to take a minute, just sit right there, I'll tell you why a site called Groupon is being unfair...
The development team behind open-source video editor Pitivi are seeking €100,000 to turn it into a 'flexible, high-end' application.
Lightweight Twitter app 'Birdie' has jumped aboard the crowd-funding bandwagon. The project is seeking €5,000 to 'create the best Twitter client available' for Linux.
While the world was busying download Ubuntu 13.04 last week time ran out on a crowd-funding campaign for Linux e-mail app Geary. But why did it fail where so many other, less useful, projects succeed?