An update to the EmojiOne Font, which lets you see full color emoji in select Linux apps, is now available.
Do you want to change the font on Ubuntu but you don't know how? Well, read this. We show how to change font and adjust font size on Ubuntu and GNOME Shell.
An open-source font brings full color emoji to Linux desktops and is based on the EmojiOne glyph set. We show you how to install the font on Ubuntu.
Want to know how to easily find and enter emoji on Ubuntu desktop? Read on to find out.
Emoji are cropping up all over the web, becoming a popular (if often baffling) part of modern communication. But how to see them in Ubuntu?
If you want access to a wider selection of fonts in Ubuntu there’s easy way to add a tonne — and in this post I show you how. Google Fonts provides web developers and designers with hundreds of […]
KDE's very own font is coming along nicely, with its developer releasing an updated preview version for download.
An early alpha release of the new KDE font family is available for testing. 'Oxygen', designed by prolific font-maker Vernon Adams, aims to provide a 'clear, legible, sans serif, [that's] rendered with [The Freetype Font Engine] on Linux-based devices.' The alpha release contains three weights - regular, bold and monospace. But only support for 'basic characters' is currently provided.
It seems that no Linux desktop worth its salt is complete without its own font. GNOME 3 has Canteral, Unity has 'Ubuntu', and now KDE is getting in on the typographic trend. Meet 'Oxygen'.
An alpha release of Mint Sprint - a new system font for Linux Mint - has been made available for download.
Android Ice-Cream Sandwich is the talk of the tech-press today – and rightly so. The next iteration of Google’s Android operating system boasts not only some wonderful new features, but ships with a renewed emphasis […]
A new release of the Ubuntu Font Family is available, and it comes with two new font styles: a monospaced variant, and a tight Condensed variant.