The GNOME 3.32 release is here with a stack of new features and improvements in tow. We look at the 11 best features in GNOME 3.32.
Epiphany — the web browser most of us would like to use, but don’t — has a new release on the way. Having had a sneaky peek at the upcoming update’s change-log I think it’s […]
With GNOME 3.30 released, we roundup the best new features the GNOME 3.30 upgrade has to offer. The 35th stable release of the free, open-source GNOME desktop environment to date, GNOME 3.30 arrives six months after GNOME 3.28 […]
An experimental reader mode will ship in the next version of GNOME Web, aka Epiphany. The feature is already available to try in the latest development builds of the GTK Webkit-based web browser, released this […]
If you’ve been itching to toy with the latest development builds of WebKit on Linux you’ll be pleased to know it’s just gotten a bit easier. It’s all thanks to the newly announced ‘Epiphany Technology […]
GNOME Web (aka the browser formerly known as Epiphany) is working to add Firefox Sync support, letting users keep bookmarks, history and open-tabs in sync across devices.
The screenshot above …It shows madness incarnate. Okay, it doesn’t — but it is close! You’re looking at GNOME Web — the open-source web-browser formerly known as Epiphany — running on Windows 10 via the Windows Subsystem for […]
GNOME Web, also known as 'Epiphany', now allows system web apps to run on other Linux desktops, positioning the app as a rival to Electron.
It may not be as fast, featured or famous as the big-name browsers but GNOME's 'Web' is quietly emerging from the sidelines as a competent, compelling alternative.
Following on from its release last week, GNOME's default web-browser is now available for users of Ubuntu 13.04 to install.
The latest version of the GNOME desktop has been released today. But what’s new, what’s improved? Dynamic Wallpaper “He’s starting by telling us about the wallpaper? Geesh!” I know it’s an odd place to start […]
GNOME's work on a revamped and repurposed 'Epiphany' web browser - which seeks to make the browser a core part of the GNOME experience - is coming along nicely. The redesign of Epiphany, which is relabelled 'Web' in the app itself, seeks to to offer GNOME users a 'simple, clean, beautiful view of the [internet].'