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Linux distributions will soon get a new display server called Wayland. Let’s take a look at Wayland, and see how you can try it out right now.
There is only one de facto thing that Linux distributions have in common: the Linux kernel. But while it’s often talked about, a lot of people don’t really know exactly what it does.
The latest version of Linux Mint, the 17th release codenamed “Qiana”, is out! It’s a great alternative for people leaving Windows as well as those who just don’t quite like Ubuntu.
You’ve been told that you can do just about anything with Linux, but how far does that statement really go? Linux might be far from popular on desktop computers, but it shines everywhere else. You’ve probably used Linux today, even if you didn’t realize it. Without even mentioning Android devices, let’s take a look at […]
MacBook Pros come with some very nice hardware, but some people want more. Some people want Linux.
All the features of a full Roku experience, in a small form factor that plugs straight into HDMI – does the Roku Streaming Stick deliver? Read on to find out and win one for yourself.
Right now, there are two types of users of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS “Trusty Tahr”. The first type uses Ubuntu 14.04 because it’s an LTS release, and they want to enjoy the stability benefits that come with that. The other type use Ubuntu 14.04 because it’s the latest Ubuntu release – and don’t care about the […]
Do you want the best performance out of your Android device? Or maybe you want the best battery life? Consider a custom kernel.
It’s worth asking: is RHEL as usable as it’s always been? Are the improvements worth the upgrade? Let’s take a look.
From Gnome to KDE, from MATE to Unity, there’s a lot of choice out there. Where should you start? Overwhelmed? Start here.
What’s the geekiest way to release an album? How about as a Linux kernel module? That’s exactly what Netcat did with their latest album.
We’re all used to connecting monitors through VGA, DVI, and HDMI cables. But USB? Today we’ll be taking a look at an AOC 16″ secondary monitor that gets power and data over USB.
If you don’t own a Nexus device, don’t worry: you can still try out Ubuntu Touch on your Ubuntu computer.
Using Ubuntu? Here’s how to get the latest version.
Ubuntu One, the cloud storage and music service made specifically for Ubuntu users, is shutting down. Here are the best alternatives.