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Ubuntu is now 10 years old! The king of Linux distributions has come a long way since its inception in 2004, so let’s look at how it has developed differently to Debian, the distribution upon which it is based.
Chrome OS is blasting it’s way haphazardly onto different form factors – but can it really take on the all-in-one desktop? Here comes the LG Chromebase ($329) to prove it can. Or not.
Minecraft on Linux does still suffer from performance issues from time to time. However, there are some steps that you can take that can make every little bit of difference.
We’ve lauded praise on Chromebooks before because they’re useful and cheap – but now Google is coming for your desktop. Today we’ll see if the ASUS Chromebox (starting at $159, but $379 as reviewed) is a competent desktop replacement. At the end of this review, you’ll be able to enter a giveaway for a chance to win this ASUS Chromebox! About […]
Linux didn’t appear out of thin air; before the creation of Linux, and before the rise of Windows, the computing world was dominated by Unix. What exactly is the difference between Linux and Unix?
Impatiently waiting for the 5.0 Lollipop over-the-air update? Wait no longer! Get Lollipop on your Nexus device now.
Fedora is known for being a cutting-edge distribution, so there will be a lot of interesting software and technologies that you’ll get to use in December.
Now, openSUSE has been automating QA tasks so that systems can test the stability of packages themselves, thus turning Factory into something that has brand new packages and actually has a decent expectation of stability.
Linux is a fantastic platform for programmers. Here are several reasons why this is the case, and why you should keep Linux in your considerations.
If you’re hoping to start, restart, or otherwise improve your programming career, it isn’t easy. If you are in college, the time is now. Here are some tips that can take you far.
It’s OK if you enjoy the power of Linux but the aesthetics of Mac OS X. You can get your Linux installation to look more like Mac OS X with the Zukimac theme.
The MATE desktop might well be the right choice for you. If you’re interested in using the MATE desktop, here are several ways to get it, including on your favorite distributions.
Here are the most common questions that Windows users have about Linux. After going through this list of questions and answers, you should feel much more confident with trying out Linux.
Now, we’re getting a glimpse at the first beta of the next released, codenamed “Freya”. What’s new in Freya, and is it worth upgrading or switching to it from other distributions?
How smart is the BiggiFi? Let’s find out.