The controversy is over. Your wallet can breathe easy. Your e-mail inbox can once again buckle under an influx of deals. Yes, Groupon has announced it will not be pursuing a trademark claim for the name 'GNOME'.
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 GNOME project has announced the release of GNOME 3.14, a new stable update featuring multi-touch gestures, new UI animations and more.
Later this month GNOME 3.14 will be released to the masses, bringing a raft of improvements, new features, design and technologies with it.
If you follow us over on Twitter you may have caught a glimpse of a screenshot we shared recently, along with the invitation to name the desktop environment pictured.
Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 ships with GNOME 3.10 for a solid, stable desktop experience. But if you're looking for the latest and greatest, here's how to upgrade to GNOME 3.12.
Bookworms rejoice: plans for a new eBook reader for the GNOME desktop have been announced by developer Marta Milaković.
Following its release last week, many readers has asked whether GNOME 3.12 will be available to use in the upcoming release of Ubuntu 14.04.
GNOME 3.12 has been released, and sees the modern open-source desktop environment build upon the firm foundations laid out in its previous versions. The first stable release since the release of 3.10 back in September […]
Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS will be supported for three years — up from the two originally planned.
Ubuntu GNOME is seeking approval to become an official 'Long Term Support' release with its upcoming version.
After all the 'umm-ing and ahh-ing', GNOME has decided against shipping Wayland support by default in its upcoming release.