If Android and iPhone aren’t necessarily your cup of tea, and instead you purchased a Linux phone, you’re probably wondering how the out-of-the-box experience is going to be.
The next major update for Ubuntu will be called Groovy Gorilla and will land in the fall, according to a release schedule shared this week by parent company Canonical.
The next major update for elementary OS is just around the corner, so today the parent company published a blog post to discuss the improvements that users are projected to get with this new release.
I’ve said it before and I’m saying it again: the world of Linux phones is evolving so fast that it’s probably just a matter of years until it finally becomes an alternative to Android and iOS.
The world of Linux laptops is slowly but surely expanding, and today the engineers over at System76 announced a new model that is projected to see daylight in early April.
ProtonMail has just announced Bridge for Linux, finally allowing users to to get their ProtonMail message right in the email client they use on the computer.
System76 has just launched Pop!_OS 20.04 LTS, the version that the company calls “the biggest OS release yet” and which comes with an impressive feature lineup.
RetroPie, the project that allows you to turn a Raspberry Pi into a gaming machine, has just received a new update whose most notable addition is the support for Raspberry Pi 4.
Canonical has recently announced a new long-term support version of Ubuntu for desktop, server, and cloud, all running on Linux Kernel 5.3
Pine64 has recently announced that it would begin taking pre-orders for the highly-anticipated PineTab Linux tablet later this month after the device has previously been pushed back several times.