After two years in the making, here's what you'll find inside Debian 8.0.
Ubuntu 15.04 also serves as the base Canonical's Internet of Things ambitions and the first commercially available Ubuntu Phone.
These 10 programs are powerful, intuitive, full-featured—and completely free and open-source.
Nvidia's graphics cards are flat-out the best option available for Linux gamers--but only if you're willing to use the company's closed-source drivers.
At least in Europe. Ubuntu Phone fans in other parts of the world still have to wait, but your patience could be rewarded with a much more capable device than BQ's initial Ubuntu Phone.
With Linux 4.0, we're one step closer to the version of Linux used by the T-800 Terminator. But it's full of handy improvements!
Windows going open-source is 'definitely possible,' a senior Microsoft executive says--but don't hold your breath.
Chrome apps haven't exploded out of the gate, and they're looking more dead now that Chromebooks can run Android apps.
Chromebooks were made to be online, even if Wi-Fi's nowhere to be found. Here's how to get online with a cellular signal without blowing through your data cap.
The popular GNOME Linux desktop environment just received an ultra-slick makeover.
Secure Boot could lock down Windows 10 PCs to Microsoft operating systems alone. Or not. Chris Hoffman digs in.
Even the most die hard Linux lovers have to run a Windows program every now and again. Here's how to do so.
Backed by Google and created with software from some of the nation's top universities, Sirius can even identify objects in pictures to respond to your questions about it.
Any game that's available for SteamOS works on other Linux distros too, and the focus on Steam Machines has been a boon for Linux gamers.
Ubuntu Linux's Upstart has been upstaged by systemd.
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