A brand new web browser has arrived this week that aims to meet the needs of power users — and it's already available for Linux.
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The new version of the elementary website is being built entirely in open-source technologies and will be privacy conscious from the start. The new site will also be mobile-friendly, easier to update and will avoid storing sensitive user details. It will replace the current website with a single-page download site in time for the project’s upcoming ‘Freya’ release. Additional pages and sections will […]
Whether you're an avid Twitterer or a big pump.io social groups user, the latest release of Qt microblogging client Choqok is a must have.
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Windows 10 is about more than the return of the Start Menu, it's Microsoft's chance at a fresh start — but is it enough to win you back?
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Reading LibreOffice documents on the go gets a heap easier from today with the beta release of LibreOffice Viewer for Android.
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A new package pitched at Ubuntu 15.04 will fix a usability paper cut in the Unity Greeter when other desktop environments are installed.
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If you hate the way that Unity's global menus fade out of view after you mouse away, Ubuntu 15.04 has a little extra to win you around.
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The first Ubuntu Phone will launch next month, but it's not the only new mobile upstart trying to bring new experiences to our pockets.
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It's hard to believe that in just a few short weeks the first Ubuntu Phone goes on sale, manufactured by Bq Readers. It feels like it's taken ages to get to this point, but at the same time no time at all.
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Mozilla has made Firefox 35 available for download on Windows, Mac and Linux, the open-source browser's first stable release of 2015.
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Meizu is reportedly planning to unveil new smartphones in the next few weeks, and there's a suggestion at least one could be Ubuntu powered.
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The City of Munich has joined The Document Foundation Advisory Board, a role that will see it help shape the future direction of LibreOffice.
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Facebook video chat now works in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions out-of-the-box using web technologies — no plugin or extra download required.
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Clipgrab is a great free app that lets you download YouTube videos in Ubuntu quickly. In this article I show you how to install and use it.
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As much as we all love the Humble Bundle it's not the only place you can pick up some top Tux-friendly gaming titles for next to nothing.
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