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Reddit discovered references to a "Steam Play" compatibility wrapper this week, and while there's no official announcement, it does indicate that Valve's support for Linux isn't over yet.
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.
The Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs are very serious, and the fixes can create serious slowdowns in PCs, Macs, and other devices. Here's everything you need to know.
From the Raspberry Pi's specs, to accessories, to cool projects, find out how this $35 mini-PC became the darling makers, hobbyists, and DIY enthusiasts.
Delivering more than 1,200 hours of in-depth video training and labs, this resource helps you cultivate real skills in today's top cloud tools, like AWS, OpenStack, Linux, and Azure.
The Librem 15 offers both hardware and software privacy and security features in an attractive, open-source-friendly package.
Details finally emerge on Atari's retro-styled living room PC, and it's basically just a cheap Steam Machine with AMD innards and a custom TV-friendly front end. Also, crowdfunding.
Trying Linux is easy--you can even install it on a USB drive or disc to try it out before committing. Enter the world of open-source here.
Pop! goes the penguinn
Debian is built for those who crave a system that will "just work" instead of being on the bleeding edge. We take a close look at the latest Debian 9 "Stretch" release.
The innovators guide to bringing Raspberry Pi to life. This book favors engineering principles over a 'recipe' approach to give you the skills you need to design and build your own projects. You'll understand the fundamental principles, using a "learning by doing" approach that caters to both beginners and experts.
SambaCry, a big vulnerability in SMB/CIFS, has been patched, but users may need to take action to stay safe.
Evernote still doesn't officially support Linux, but that doesn't mean you can't get your note-taking on.
Windows users working in tight spaces who are looking for a small form factor workstation with multiple display ports and solid processing power have a new contender in the market to check out: the new ThinkStation P320 Tiny.
Don't have a DD-WRT router? Get some of the same DHCP and DNS features with a Raspberry Pi.
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