Canonical's plans for a single platform that works across smartphones and desktops will not reach fruition in Ubuntu 16.10, which will continue to run the traditional Unity 7 desktop by default.
Ubuntu 16.04's Unity 7 desktop isn't capable of fully supporting Snap's sandboxed environment, creating opportunity for malicious applications.
Canonical is challenging a legal gray area that Linux distributions have avoided—until now.
With Snaps, Linux users are able to get the latest software directly from developers, for a safe and stable experience.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is more private, more flexible, and more user friendly than ever before.
Snaps will make it easier to install software from outside Ubuntu's repositories and give users more choice.
Microsoft might not intend for the Bash shell to be used this way, but that shouldn't stop geeks from mining its potential.
Like the Oculus Rift, the HTC Vive is Windows-only.
Many features are missing, and the features it has don't work reliably.
Aimed at developers, Bash brings a complete Linux command line to Windows, but only the command line.
GNOME's latest Linux desktop environment proves that it still has legs.
One of Linux's most popular desktops keeps improving.
For years users have been asking for the ability to move the application launcher on the Unity desktop—now they can.
When you dig into the numbers of Valve's Steam Hardware and Software Survey, it becomes clear that the number of Linux users has grown.
Consumers will be unable to install popular third-party router firmware like DD-WRT and OpenWRT.