Linus Torvalds has announced the release of a Linux 4.14, the latest stable release of the Linux kernel, and it's packed full of changes and new features.
Linux Kernel 4.13 is officially out! Announcing the release on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML) Linus Torvalds says: “last week was actually somewhat eventful, but not enough to push me to delay 4.13,” going on to […]
Happy 26th birthday Linux! Yes, it’s that time of the year once again, the day which most open-source enthusiasts consider to be the famous kernel’s formal founding. It was on this day 26 years ago […]
Crowdfunding for a Linux phone that respects your privacy and keep your data secure is underway by Linux laptop maker Purism.
Hardware company Purism is best known for being the driving force behind the goal of creating a truly free software laptop — but are they about to launch a Linux phone? Fuelling speculation that, yes, […]
Are Linux users the most valuable customers you can have? It might sound like a bit of an ego rub, but we think so — and we’re going to tell you why. Over the years […]
What operating system will be in use in the 23rd century? For fictional inhabitants of The Expanse, a critically acclaimed sci-fi series, it's Linux.
"Linux 4.12 is big, really big, like bigger than you thought big," Gregs says in an update on his Google+ profile — and he's made a chart to prove it.
Desktop Linux marketshare hit an all-time high last month, according to the latest data from web analytics firm NetMarketShare.
Are you a regular distro hopper? Is distro hopping your pastime? Or are you content with your current Linux distribution? Let us know in this week's poll.
The latest stats from analytics companies show Linux is maintaining a marketshare of over 2% — but is it what it seems?
This post is not a typical post. I'm not going to change your life, or teach you a new trick. Instead I'm going to drag you down the rabbit hole…