Valve's getting its ducks in a row before the widespread launch of Steam Machines in November.
CrossOver and Wine have long been famous for helping Windows software run on Linux, and now they're coming to Android.
Yes, there's a nasty new botnet infecting Linux devices, but your personal PC is probably safe. Here's why.
Google Drive is finally on Linux, but that's not the only major improvement in GNOME 3.18
Installing Linux on a Chromebook isn't difficult--if you know what you're doing.
AMD's new Linux drivers promise fixes in games like Shadow of Mordor and DIRT Showdown.
After years of broken promises from Google about Linux support, GNOME desktop is taking matters into its own hands and natively integrating Google Drive into its file system.
Hint: Reproducible builds.
Google's been slowly baking more and more touchscreen support into Chromebooks, but there's still a ways to go.
In a sea of same-y feeling Linux desktops, KDE's Plasma 5.4 is a breath of fresh air--and it's coming to Kubuntu 15.10.
Developers, developers, developers.
Can your PC run Linux? Probably. But here's how to find out for sure.
Dead Ubuntu Software Center walking.
The newest version of Kali Linux is built so you can update its penetration testing tools with less hassle.
Ubuntu Linux is miming Windows 10's approach to updating graphics drivers--but keeping it fully optional.
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