Dang it! Another week has only gone and flapped past my ears while I sat here squinting awkwardly at Twitter. And what of the tweets that whizzed by my eyeballs this week? Well, most of […]
LVFS makes it easy to update firmware on Linux for hardware from the likes of Logitech, Lenovo and Intel. Now the service is celebrating a major milestone.
It’s about to get a whole lot easier to install ThinkPad firmware updates on Linux. Red Hat’s Richard Hughes has revealed that tech company Lenovo, who produce the ThinkPad line of laptops, is joining the Linux Vendor Firmware […]
Linux support for the Dell Canvas graphics tablet/display and dial accessory is underway thanks to a collaboration between Red Hat and Dell developers.
Battery life on Linux is something of a weak spot in my opinion. It’s not abjectly terrible, but it’s not subjectively fantastic, either. So I’m stoked to hear that Red Hat (yes, them again) are hard […]
Linux support for Wacom Smartpads, like the Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Spark, is in the works thanks to a new open source project from Red Hat developers.
The launch of Amazon Linux 2 marks Amazon's most concerted foray in to the enterprise yet, a move that is some suggest fear will see it compete against Red Hat.
Ah, you gotta love Red Hat — they’re never not busy working on something that might make our lives a little easier. Latest case in point: Thunderbolt 3. This alternative to USB and other peripheral […]
PipeWire is a new multimedia processing framework for Linux that aims to improve the handling of audio and video on Linux.
News that Ubuntu is to u-turn on Unity, can Convergence, and scrap its smartphones took the open-source community by total surprise last week. In this post we roundup the reactions that some prominent free software stalwarts, Linux pundits, and former Canonical employees had to […]
Some great news for fans of distro-agnostic app distribution: Firefox Developer Edition is now available to install as a Flatpak!
Canonical, along with Red Hat, have today published a white paper on the potential implications, and benefits, of "Secure boot" for Linux.