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Which Linux Browser Is The Fastest?

Tuesday 21st of March 2017 12:58:02 AM

Microsoft Finally Releases A Beta Version of Skype For Linux

Monday 20th of March 2017 06:58:01 PM

Valve Releases SteamVR For Linux

Friday 17th of March 2017 04:58:02 PM

Linux Kernel 4.10 Officially Released With Virtual GPU Support

Wednesday 15th of March 2017 04:58:01 PM

LinuxQuestions Users Choose Their Favorite Distro: Slackware

Saturday 11th of March 2017 09:58:02 PM

Linux Kernel 3.18 Reaches End of Life

Tuesday 7th of March 2017 10:58:02 PM

OPNsense 17.1 Released, Based On FreeBSD 11

Sunday 5th of March 2017 11:58:01 PM

KDE Plasma 5.9 Released

Sunday 5th of March 2017 03:58:01 AM

Wine 2.0 Released

Saturday 4th of March 2017 11:58:01 PM

Oracle Scraps Plans For Solaris 12

Friday 3rd of March 2017 05:58:01 PM

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Mesa and Intel Graphics

RadeonSI OpenGL vs. RADV Vulkan Performance For Mad Max

Feral Interactive today released their first Linux ported game into public beta that features a Vulkan renderer. Mad Max on Linux now supports Vulkan and OpenGL, making for some fun driver/GPU benchmarking. Up first are some Radeon RX 480 and R9 Fury Vulkan vs. OpenGL benchmarks for Mad Max when using Mesa 17.1-dev Git. Read more

Ubuntu 17.04: A mouse-sized step forward

It's almost the fourth month of the year. You know what that means. A new Ubuntu release is upon us. This time around, the release number is 17.04 and the name is Zesty Zapus. For those that don't know, a zapus is a genus of North American jumping mice and the only extant mammal with a total of 18 teeth. Which means the zapus is quite unique. Does that translate over to the upcoming release of one of the most popular Linux distributions on the planet (currently listed as fourth on Distrowatch)? Let's find out. Read more

Quad-core Atom thin client offers hardened ThinLinux

Dell revealed a tiny “Wyse 3040” thin client that runs ThinOS or a hardened new ThinLinux on a quad-core Intel SoC, and supports Citrix, MS, and VMware. Dell has launched its “lightest, smallest and most power-efficient thin client” yet, with a 101.6 x 101.6 x 27.9mm Wyse 3040 system that weighs 0.24kg and runs on under 5 Watts. The device is powered by a quad-core, 1.44GHz Intel Atom x5-Z8350 “Cherry Trail” SoC, giving it 30 percent better performance than “previous generations,” says Dell, presumably referring to the single-core Wyse 3010 and the dual-core 3020 and 3030. The power-efficient (2W SDP) SoC also runs on the UP board and UP Core SBCs. Read more