AMD's vaunted new Radeon Software Crimson delivers improved performance and a slick new interface on Windows, but doesn't offer much for Linux gamers.
Microsoft said it loves Linux now, and new tweaks to Visual Studio will appeal to open-source loving developers.
Steam Machines launched with great fanfare last week, but Valve's living room gaming PC lineup was lacking some supporters—and gaming performance.
Extensions from Google and Bing can help beautify your Chromebook's desktop with next to no effort on your end.
Valve's Steam Machines are finally here, ready to drag PC gaming into your living room, but the world has changed since their launch was delayed.
Over the last year, the OpenSUSE community transformed its development process and now promises us "the first hybrid Linux distribution"—OpenSUSE Leap.
Twitch is using the power of the crowd to install Arch Linux, but a mischievous botnet attempted to take over and install Gentoo Linux, instead.
The newest version of Fedora is here, making life easier for PC users today while simultaneously paving the way for the future.
Kubuntu Linux founder Jonathan Riddell has stepped away from the project while leveling blistering accusations towards the Ubuntu Community Council and Canonical.
Ubuntu 15.10 "Wily Werewolf" didn't have many notable changes, but its official offshoots shake things up a bit.
The latest version of Ubuntu is here, but you won't find much beyond software version bumps in Wily Werewolf.
Ubuntu's vision of a phone that doubles as a PC was quietly delayed, while Microsoft's Windows 10 Phones will launch next month.
Adobe abandoned Firefox for Linux users years ago, but new compatibility layer software can help you ditch your outdated Flash version for the latest code.
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.
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