linuxjournal.com: Last month's release of the KDE 4.4 desktop environment restored the faith of many after what has been something of a roller coaster two years. Even the most loyal KDEians found that loyalty stretched by the debut of version 4.0.
kdenews.org: KDE has enjoyed great success over the years and today marks another important step in the evolution of our growing community.
itwire.com: The KDE Desktop Project has hit upon the idea of having the American socialite Kim Kardashian promote its next release.
h-online.com: The KDE developers have released version 4.4.2 of the KDE Software Compilation (KDE SC), the latest bug fix release for the popular Linux desktop.
cristalinux.blogspot: When I tried Fedora12 a few months back, it was sporting the latest KDE desktop (I believe 4.3.4). Therefore, knowing how Fedora was with that older version would help in isolating my testing so I could focus on SC4.4.1.
linux2u.co.cc: Strange na but its reality KDE 4.3.4 is lighter than Gnome 2.28.I am going to prove it.
itnewstoday.com: Welcome to part 2! Last time I talked about all the cool features I wished for in KDE that have already became reality. This time I’m going to detail the things I hope to see in future KDE releases.
Phoronix has used its Test Suite to compare the memory and power consumption of different desktop environments. However, the results should be handled with care.
earthweb.com: Despite all the talk about the mythical Year of the Linux Desktop, somewhere in the last few years, free software passed a milestone without anyone noticing. At some point, after years of struggling to rival proprietary desktops, both GNOME and KDE have caught up in features and narrowed the gap in usability. We are now at a point where free software is often an innovator on the desktop.
itnewstoday.com: The KDE 4 series has been a very good experience for me. Sure, I have complaints (who doesn’t) but for the most part, the latest generation of KDE contains quite possibly the best open source innovation I have ever seen.