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 Swift project has officially landed on three more Linux distributions in addition to the two platforms that were already supported.
If you want to install the latest version of Ubuntu on the Raspberry Pi, you really shouldn’t encounter any big problem, as the OS has already been certified for the pocket-size computer.
Debian 10.4 “Buster” is now available for everyone, and users can simply install the new packages on their devices if they’re already running version 10.
While LibreOffice is one of the best alternatives to Microsoft Office, and it also comes with full Linux support, a Linux version of Microsoft’s productivity suite is what’s holding so many people back from moving off Windows.
The adoption of Linux seems to be improving not only on the desktop but also on mobile, where projects like postmarketOS keep evolving at a super-fast pace.
A new version of Mozilla Firefox is now available for download, with an official announcement, which would also include a detail look at what’s been changed in this update, expected later today.
The team at Sparky Linux has just announced that the May snapshot is now live and users can download the 2020.05 build based on Debian testing “Bullseye.”
Inkscape 1.0 is finally available for download after no less than three years of development, and just as expected, this major release comes with a massive changelog.
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.