Make room, Ubuntu Touch. KDE's Plasma Mobile also has plans to bring Linux to phones.
Installing Linux isn't as easy as it used to be, thanks to the Secure Boot requirements enforced by recent versions of Windows.
Linux has a lot of advantages, but long battery life on a laptop isn’t usually one of them. Here's how to fix that.
Linux is famous for its open-source nature, but sometimes you just need to use proprietary drivers or codecs. Here's how to do so on many of the top Linux distros.
Linux has many hundreds of distros, but the best ones for beginners have more hand-holding and some Windows-like familiarity.
Nvidia's power-saving Optimus technology is available on Linux, but the experience is far from smooth out of the box. Here's how to fix it.
While Ubuntu's looking ahead to the future, Linux Mint's focused on making the traditional desktop experience better than ever.
PPAs are a great way for Linux users to install software that's unavailable in central repositories, but carry some risks you need to be aware of.
Ubuntu will embrace smarter, stand-alone Snappy images instead of relying on Deb packages and apt-get.
Nvidia's graphics cards may be a black box, but they're easily the best-performing option on Linux machines.
The DirectX 11 support coming to CrossOver and Wine will let more Windows games 'just run' on Linux.
CryEngine powers top-name titles like Crysis, Ryse: Son of Rome, and Star Citizen, and now it's coming to Linux.
SourceForge's distasteful junkware-pushing antics have soured open-source projects on the one-time free software titan.
Microsoft may sell Skype as a key selling point of Windows PCs, but Skype for Web brings the service to Chromebooks, too--minus a few key features.
Dell's Ubuntu Edition Inspiron laptops may not have the sexiest specs, but the price is certainly right.
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