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.
OpenSUSE 13.2 is finally here after a year in development. These 3 killer features were worth the wait.
A brush-up between Canonical and ownCloud that left an unsupported version of the server software lingering in Ubuntu's software repository
KDE's experimental Plasma 5 desktop is officially ready for the big time, and will become the default desktop environment in Kubuntu 15.04.
The first fruits of the sweeping Fedora.next project appears in Fedora 21, which goes live in beta form today.
So what's all the fervor and fire over systemd all about? Chris Hoffman explains why the Linux community is in a tizzy.
Your searches will no longer turn up Amazon results by default.
The latest Ubuntu release is here, and it's not especially exciting -- but that's because massive changes are brewing on the horizon.
Chrome OS and Android are two separate and distinct operating systems, but the lines are beginning to blur, to the benefit of people who've gone all-in on Google.
Sure, Photoshop is coming to Linux via Creative Cloud streaming, but that's more of a happy accident than anything. Adobe's history shows it treats Linux as an afterthought at best.
Surpassing 700 Steam for Linux titles and snagging Borderlands 2 is only the beginning.
Linux 3.17 is out, and most of the new features are designed to make your hardware play nice with the open-source operating system.
Yes it can! Run Photoshop. Use Office Online. Work offline. Chromebooks just get keep getting more potent.
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