The finalised specs of the Librem 5 Linux phone have been confirmed by Purism ahead of the phone's general release later this year.
The crowdfunded Purism Librem 5 promises to be the most Linux-y Linux smartphone there has ever been — but nearly 2 years on from reaching its funding goal we still don’t really know what the […]
Dang it! Another week has only gone and flapped past my ears while I sat there, squinting awkwardly at Twitter. And what of the tweets that whizzed by my eyeballs this week? Well, most of […]
Purism announce a suite of privacy focused mobile apps for Android and iOS devices, including a encrypted VPN and chat client, and a private e-mail service.
To do well, the upcoming Linux-powered Librem 5 smartphone will need a decent set of mobile-ready apps — and a good web browser is key to that. Hoping to step up to the plate is […]
Purism has delivered its first progress report on development of the Librem 5 Phone, which it successfully crowdfunded last year. It remains early days for the fledgling Linux phone, but decisions are starting to be […]
Purism has unveiled the default ringtones which will be used on the Librem 5 phone. The sounds come by way of a community-based contest (which I have to admit I wasn’t aware of before now) held alongside the […]
Time is up on the Purism Librem 5 crowdfunding campaign. It ends having raised more than $2 million to build a privacy orientated Linux smartphone.
Purism’s crowdfunding campaign to create a pure Linux smartphone has reached its goal. The security-conscious US-based Linux laptop vendor has raised the full $1.5 million target it sought. The money will be used to help fund […]
Over $1 million has now been pledged to Purism's Linux phone crowdfunding campaign, which aims to create a privacy-focused smartphone.
Purism’s Linux phone crowdfunding campaign has now passed 50% of its overall goal. It seems that getting the backing of both GNOME and KDE has given the Librem 5 campaign a boost of publicity, and a […]
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.