GNOME 43 is here with useful UX upgrades. Learn more about it.
OBS Studio 28.0 gets a visual refresh, and gears up for modern use-cases with new tech support.
Discussing X86 emulation on ARM devices with the creator of Box86 and Box64 projects, Ptitseb.
As gaming on Linux continues to improve, so do the tools we use to play those games. Heroic Games Launcher is a great example of such a tool, as it gives users a native way to access and play Epic Games Store games on their Linux machines. One of its
Three months after the last kernel release, Linux Kernel 5.19 is finally here. This exciting release brings plenty of improvements to every aspect of the kernel and opens up opportunities with new hardware. The most interesting part is that the Linux creator Linus Torvalds used an Apple MacBook, the
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, released back in April, is the most secure Ubuntu release yet. Between its extended security updates, new hardware support, and a wide range of other improvements, it far outperforms all previous releases in terms of security. But how does it do that? And, what makes this
Pine64, the single board computer manufacturer known for their range of open-source-supporting phones, laptops, smartwatches, and, of course, SBCs, has recently revealed that they are working on a new RISC-V powered computer. This isn’t the first time Pine64 has dabbled in the realm of RISC-V; the Pinecil soldering iron