Gamers with Radeon hardware may want to wait before upgrading to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS as the OS moves away from AMD's fglrx driver.
Linux Mint is hardening its servers and planning changes to its operating system.
Despite Valve's push, less than 1 percent of Steam gamers use Linux or SteamOS.
Ubuntu Phone could one day run Android apps thanks to this project.
Fedora is still focused on developers—but developers want to play games on their laptops, too.
Debian will include Firefox, Thunderbird, Sunbird, and SeaMonkey once more.
Nvidia leads the pack, with Intel and AMD not far behind, signalling a new dawn for Linux gaming.
Mozilla and Google do security updates properly; with WebKit, necessary patches are falling though the cracks.
New features include streamlined menus and remote-server support.
Canonical's first Ubuntu tablet ever can run your Linux desktop applications.
It's not a Linux distribution, but it's practically a new Ubuntu flavor.
The Chrome Web Store is more interested in pushing Chrome apps than giving users the best search results.
Canonical is working on a fix for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, but its old bootloaders will remain a problem.
Bq's tablet will be the first Ubuntu tablet, and the first chance for Linux fans to experience desktop-mobile convergence, with Canonical's Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, due to ship at the same time.
That Bluetooth support means you can use Sony’s DualShock 4 controller with a Steam Machine.