In yet another win for desktop Linux, Google and Steam are about to up the Chromebook gaming field.
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If you’ve ever wanted a KDE-specific, Linux-powered laptop, now’s your chance.
Linux users are in for a treat when Dell releases the next iteration of the Ubuntu-powered XPS Developer Edition laptop.
Red Hat developer, Christian Hergert has been working on a GNOME desktop syncing project with lots of promise.
One of the most highly regarded Linux desktop distributions has released its next iteration.
The developers behind Linux Mint have announced 19.3 will be released by Christmas 2019.
A number of new changes and improvements have reached the Linux kernel.
In-house designed and built laptops coming from System76.
Anyone looking to finally get their hands on an early release of the PinePhone can do so as of November 15.
Microsoft is bringing it’s new Chromium-based Edge browser to Linux.
OIN has deployed its legal team to find prior art.
The latest version of Fedora comes with new packages and libraries.
openSUSE enables developers to build their own WSL distributions.
A vulnerability in the sudo package gives sudo users more powers than they deserve.
The Art of PostgreSQL by Dimitri Fontaine is now available.