A new app makes it easy to follow, fave and listen to your favourite podcasts on the Linux desktop. It’s called ‘Podcasts’ and — no prizes for guessing — it’s a podcast client for the […]
The GNOME Shell screen recorder is a hidden feature available on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. It's super easy to use – in this post we show you how.
Some good news: the (rather large) GNOME Shell memory leak we spotlighted last week is in the process of being fixed. The cause? GNOME forgetting to take out the garbage…
GNOME 3.30 is scheduled for release on September 6, 2018. It will be the next major stable release of the GNOME desktop environment.
Canonical has joined the GNOME Foundation advisory board, a move that makes sense given that the popular Linux distro now uses the GNOME Shell desktop.
PipeWire is a new multimedia processing framework for Linux that aims to improve the handling of audio and video on Linux.
The GNOME Foundation has today given its backing to Purism's ambition of building a free, open-source smartphone with user privacy and encryption as a central feature.
This posts shows you how to replace the colorful Telegram tray icon on Linux with a GNOME Shell colored white set. It's a simple tweak that anyone can do.
Improved wifi settings are coming as part a redesigned GNOME Control Center. And as you can see in this video, the new wifi panel is looking seriously good.
KDE users keen wanting to get a taste of GNOME Shell’s Activities Overview can now do so thanks to a new project. qOverview is a dashboard “inspired by” GNOME’s Activities. It’s written in QML and has a […]
Bug 701402 calls on GNOME developers to 'implement progress bars in GNOME Shell'. This is absolutely the sort of bug I can get behind — and in this post I tell you why.
Should Ubuntu 17.10 ship with more GNOME apps by default? Planning for the next Ubuntu release is now underway, as is debate on the default app selection.