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Long-term support (LTS) versions of Ubuntu are released in even-numbered years. The new Ubuntu coming out in April will only be supported until 2019.
WebAssembly's embedded binary format has the ability to speed up performance and make applications available across platforms.
Windows devs have a new weapon in the age-old Windows-vs-Linux battle: The Linux command line itself
AMD adds support for Zen's SMT in kernel code.
This command line tutorial will help you to format a Micro SD card, SD card and any USB storage device with fat32 partition.
Kaby Lake got its groove back on Linux.
Want to use Google Drive or Dropbox storage and still keep your data private? The Rclone command-line tool adds a reassuring layer of security.
Linux system administrators should watch for kernel updates for their distributions and apply them as soon as possible because they fix a local privilege escalation flaw that could lead to a full system compromise.
UBports will show off Ubuntu Touch on a Fairphone 2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
It's still in the early stages of development, but SteamVR is finally coming to Linux.
The arrival of Steam has lured hordes of big-name games to Linux PCs. Here are some of the best Linux PC games you can play today.
Arch Linux is just the first to stop offering a 32-bit (or i686) version; expect other mainstream Linux desktop distributions to follow suit.
Dell's XPS 13 Developer Edition, now with Kaby Lake and Ubuntu 16.04, is the best mainstream Linux laptop around.
Popular desktop environment KDE is bringing its Linux distribution KDE Neon to a KDE-branded laptop in partnership with Spain-based Slimbook.
Wine 2.0 is finally here, and with it new features, and a new development release schedule for Wine.
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