The latest Ubuntu release is here, and it's not especially exciting -- but that's because massive changes are brewing on the horizon.
Chrome OS and Android are two separate and distinct operating systems, but the lines are beginning to blur, to the benefit of people who've gone all-in on Google.
Sure, Photoshop is coming to Linux via Creative Cloud streaming, but that's more of a happy accident than anything. Adobe's history shows it treats Linux as an afterthought at best.
Surpassing 700 Steam for Linux titles and snagging Borderlands 2 is only the beginning.
Linux 3.17 is out, and most of the new features are designed to make your hardware play nice with the open-source operating system.
Yes it can! Run Photoshop. Use Office Online. Work offline. Chromebooks just get keep getting more potent.
After GNOME 3's radical changes turned off legions of Linux users, GNOME 3.14's tweaks are bringing lost sheep back into the fold.
The audacious Ubuntu Edge smartphone may have fizzled out, but Ubuntu Touch lives on--and it just hit 'release to manufacturing' status.
Netflix on Linux is a hassle for two reasons sure to set open-source aficionados on edge: Microsoft and DRM. But you can get around it.
Use your desktop, your files, and even games from anywhere, with the right services and utilities.
Google's letting you run four official Android apps on your Chromebook. This hack lets you run ANY Android app on your Chromebook.
The latest Windows 9 leaks show a lot of Linux-looking new features. But if Windows is stealing the best from Linux, virtual desktops and a central notification center should only be the beginning.
Ubuntu's networking should work out of the box with NetworkManager, but sometimes things go wrong. Here's how to get back online.
It's super-easy to reinstall Windows 8, and not much more difficult to reinstall Windows 7. Use these tips to get the most out of a reinstall.
Is your computer running too slow? Breathe new life into that aging PC with a few tune-ups and upgrades to get it back up to speed.
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