But alas, a U.S. release hasn't been announced yet.
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Tails, the operating system trusted by Edward Snowden, just released a new version. Here's what you'll find in it, as well as what all the Tails hub-bub is about.
Recent media reports suggested Linux Mint is consciously shying away from systemd. Nope.
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Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth says Canonical will launch a phone capable of being used as a PC later in 2015, possibly ahead of Windows 10 phones.
With Windows 10's universal apps and Continuum for phones, Microsoft is turning Ubuntu's dream of convergence into cold, hard reality.
Beyond the core release, the launch of Ubuntu 15.04 brings some significant changes to Ubuntu's various offshoots, too.
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.
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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.
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