Samsung is killing off its 'Linux on DeX' feature that allowed Samsung smartphone owners to run a full Ubuntu desktop on their device to use it as a 'PC'.
A new PPA gives Ubuntu users the opportunity to try an alternative exFAT kernel module based on Samsung's sdfat Linux driver code.
Linux on DeX is an Android app for select Samsung phones and tablets that allows users to run a full desktop Ubuntu experience on their handset.
This Ubuntu watch face for the Samsung Galaxy Watch lets you pimp your OS choice directly on your person, with a purple 'terminal' design using Ubuntu font.
Do you dream of being able to use an Android phone as a Linux PC when connected to a big screen and full-size keyboard? If so, you’re gonna love Samsung. The South Korean tech giant […]
The official Samsung Galaxy S9 wallpapers have appeared online — and i’m not going to lie: they look fantastic on Ubuntu (and other Linux desktops). If you’ve read this site for a while you’ll know […]
If you've been itching to learn more about the Samsung 'Linux on Galaxy' project you need to watch this video, in which Samsung demos the tech to Android developers.
Samsung asks users interested in the Linux on Galaxy, a project that brings full desktop Linux to Samsung smartphones, for feedback via a new survey.
If you're a KDE user who likes the Samsung Galaxy S8 icon pack you should check out the Dex icon theme for KDE Plasma 5.
Samsung has shared a video of its 'Linux on Galaxy' app that lets developers run full desktop Linux distributions on select Galaxy smartphones.
Samsung is bringing desktop Linux to its smartphones. The 'Linux on Galaxy' project will let users "run Linux-based distributions on mobile devices".
The unexpected success of its low-end Tizen smartphone will see Samsung launch a second version in the Indian market soon, rumours suggest.