Coming eleven months after the release of Inkscape 0.91, the new version promises exciting new features like mesh gradients
MAME 0.181 comes exactly one month after the release of the MAME 0.180 series
ServerWatch: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu Linux talks Snappy.
LinuxInsider: Absolute Linux is a distro that raises the question: Is it really worth the bother?
HowToForge: Gedit offers almost all the features expected from a basic text editor, but if that's not enough for some reason, you can add more functionality to it through plugins.
The age of open source consumer drones is upon us.
4MLinux 20.2 has landed, as the latest and most advanced ISO respin of the 4MLinux 20.0 stable series of the independently-developed Linux distro
eWEEK: New release of Red Hat's hybrid cloud management platform provides improved container, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and OpenStack capabilities.
Some people like Vim as a text editor, and other people like Emacs. Having such different opinions are the way of the UNIX world. I'm an Emacs user...
Find installed applications along with the disk space consumed by them in Linux.
MakeTechEasier: Qgit Viewer is a Qt-based Git-viewing tool for Linux.
tecmint: With the thousands of commands/programs available in Linux systems, knowing the type and purpose of a given command as well as its location (absolute path) on the system can be a little challenge for newbies.
softpedia: It looks like the Beta of the major 2.0 release is ready for developers interesting in test driving it to produce convergent UIs.
Enterprisersproject: How IT leaders can drive positive changes in the way their IT team communicates and behaves.
Learn about the parallels between learning a traditional craft like cross stitching and a modern craft like programming.
FreedomPenguin: Dropped Wi-Fi can be frustrating when using Ubuntu.
HowToForge: Ceph is an open source storage platform, it offers high performance, reliability, and scalability.
softpedia: The PeaZip 6.3.0 release continues to refresh of program's graphical user interface by improving DPI awareness on all supported operating systems
Phoronix: TPM2 patches for the Linux kernel have been baking back to 2014, but with it being radically different from TPM 1.2, not everything is settled yet for supporting these security chips on Linux.