Following a number of delays, Linus Torvalds has finally announced release of a Linux 4.18, the latest stable release of the Linux kernel. Announcing the arrival of Linux 4.18 on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML), Linus […]
A slate of 7th-gen Intel NUCs are now officially certified for Ubuntu, Canonical has announced. If you’ve had your eye on an Intel NUC for dev work, IoT shenanigans, or to use as an entertainment hub in […]
Intel has announced it is ‘discontinuing’ the ‘Intel Graphics Update Tool for Linux‘. The tool (which was known as “Intel Graphics Installer for Linux” for a while) was created in 2013 to give Linux users a […]
Intel has teamed up with arch-rivals AMD to create a new processor that integrates Intel's powerful CPU architecture with AMD's graphics prowess.
The Intel Linux graphics driver tool has been updated to support Ubuntu 16.10 and Fedora 24. The Intel Graphics Update Tool for Linux v2.0.3 offers up the latest Intel 2016Q3 graphics stack. You’re not misreading things. The […]
Intel's graphic update tool has been updated to support Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Fedora 24. It offers users the Intel 2016Q2 graphics stack.
A new release of the Intel Graphics Installer for Linux is available for download.
A brand new release of the Intel Graphics Installer for Linux is now available to download.
A new release of the Intel Graphics Installer is available for download, giving Ubuntu users an easy way to update their graphics drivers.
Imagine being able to carry a fully functioning Intel-based Ubuntu PC in your shirt pocket. Now stop imagining it because it's here. Say hello to the Intel Compute Stick.
The Intel Graphics Installer for Linux no longer performs major xserver-xorg upgrades. Ubuntu 14.10 support is due to arrive in December.
Intel's open-source utility for getting the latest graphics drivers for supported Intel hardware on Ubuntu has reached version 1.0.6.