The world of mini-PCs already includes several high-profile names, such as the Mac Mini, but when it comes to Linux, customers have very limited choices here.
Debian has just announced a so-called COVID-19 Biohackathon that will take place online in April and whose purpose is to help improve biomedical FOSS and all the related solutions that are supposed to support such projects.
The developing team working on Sparky Linux has just announced that new ISO images for version 2020.03.1 of the (semi-)rolling line are now available for download.
KDE has just announced Plasma Bigscreen, a new project that brings its very own user interface to smart TVs with all the typical bells and whistles that such a device requires, including media-rich apps.
The entire world is now struggling to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, and tech giants themselves have stepped in to help provide protective equipment and support the research for a vaccine.
Security company ESET has recently launched the Endpoint Antivirus for Linux, thus completing its suite of endpoint solutions already protecting Windows and macOS.
System76 is ready to expand its hardware unit with the addition of a new device, but this time won’t be a Linux laptop, but a Linux keyboard.
The Linux phone market is still a very limited one, but there’s no doubt there’s a lot of potential here, and with the necessary improvements, it can very well become a worthy solution for power users.
China’s plans to replace Windows and move to a homegrown operating system aren’t new, but this year, the whole thing could finally happen.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 74 for all supported desktop platforms, with the new installers now published on the company’s servers and an official announcement expected any minute now.