New Chromebook developer mode tools enable booting from USB and SSH access.
Linux was everywhere at CES 2015, even if it wasn't obvious.
Chromebooks were a punch line...until sales skyrocketed last year. Now Microsoft's fighting back with $200 laptops. Chris Hoffman explains how Chromebooks turned the tide.
If you open a Microsoft Office document in LibreOffice or OpenOffice, you’ll need Microsoft’s fonts installed on your Linux system to see the documents as they were intended to look.
North Korea's Red Star OS looks like OS X, but it's all Linux under the hood.
Google Chromebooks went from curiosity to a computing mainstay in 2014. Here's why.
The anything-but-Windows PC ecosystem is vast, and it saw some tremendous upheaval in 2014—some good, some bad.
Canonical pushed back its promised 2014 Ubuntu Phone launch to polish the interface and account for manufacturing hold-ups.
All your pricey electronics are juicy targets for hackers and sticky-fingered thieves. Here's how to reduce your risks while traveling.
If 2014 taught Linux users anything, it's that they can't afford to ignore system security completely.
Chromebooks are cheap, easy to manage, and even easier to share.
After Debian voted to make the controversial systemd init system mandatory going forward, the 'Veteran Unix Admins' picked up their forks to create Devuan.
The new version of Linux Mint just hit release candidate status. Here's all the goodies you can expect to find.
Purism wants your help making an uncompromisingly high-end Linux laptop with uncompromisingly free software inside.
Developers, developers, developers.
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