Latte Dock is a really neat desktop dock app (and a whole lot more) for the KDE Plasma desktop — now it's about to get a whole heap o' beans better.
Wayland is installed by default in the latest builds of KDE Neon Developer Edition. The Ubuntu-based software stack — it doesn’t like to be called a distribution, remember — is shipping the next-gen display server […]
Plasma Vault makes it quick and easy to create an encrypted folder on the KDE Plasma desktop in which to store files and other data you wish to keep private.
A new version of KDE neon (sic) is available to download. KDE neon User Edition 5.10 ships with Plasma 5.10. This is the latest stable release of the modern desktop environment. You get all the latest improvements, like […]
KDE Plasma 5.10 is released, and it brings default desktop folder view, task manager improvements and better touchscreen support.
A blue light filter may soon come built-in to the KDE Plasma desktop. Developers have been working on adding color correction features to the KWin (the KDE window manager/compositor) in Wayland. Although commits that expose color temperature tweaking are not yet […]
An unofficial Latte Dock PPA finally provides Ubuntu users with an easy way to install Latte Dock and run it on the Plasma desktop.
A developer has this week shown off KDE Google Drive integration working with the Dolphin file manager and the KDE equivalent of Online Accounts.
A new petition is calling for Canonical to make KDE Plasma Ubuntu's next desktop, following news that the distro is to drop Unity in favour of GNOME.
Enjade is a new project that aims to recreate the Unity desktop experience atop KDE Plasma, including features such as the Unity Dash.
What's that boinging sound? Why, it's the sound of AWESOMENESS returning to the Plasma desktop.
Laughing as I threw a small red ball around my desktop — that's my earliest memory of using KDE. But what happened to the bouncy ball widget?