Solus Project Announces New Tool for Enabling Better Steam Integration on Linux
Ikey Doherty and the Solus Project are proud to announce today the availability of a new project that aims to better integrate the Steam client on various GNU/Linux operating systems.
GNOME 3.21.2 Released
The second snapshot of the GNOME 3.21 cycle is now available!!
To compile GNOME 3.21.2, you can use the jhbuild  modulesets 
(which use the exact tarball versions from the official release).
The release notes that describe the changes between 3.21.1 and 3.21.2
are available. Go read them to learn what's new in this release:
core - https://download.gnome.org/core/3.21/3.21.2/NEWS
apps - https://download.gnome.org/apps/3.21/3.21.2/NEWS
Also: GNOME 3.21.2 Released With More Wayland Improvements, Flatpak
As much as the internet and technology as made our lives easier, so has it also made us lazier and less productive than the last generation before us. With the advent of social media, and whole other lot of distraction the internet has to push to our faces it can be extremely hard to focus on one thing for a long period of time and boy oh boy, I blame you not as I am very much as guilty of this charge as you are.
Earlier this month we learned of a new game coming that's powered by Unigine after first the developers were looking to make use of Unreal Engine 4. We've already confirmed there will be a Linux port of this Unigine-powered MMORPG and this week the developers published the first screenshots.
Birds Linux 8.0 might have been in development for the past 3 months, but during this period, the developer has managed to update most of the core components to their latest versions. One of the things that you will notice after is that the distribution is now powered by a kernel from the Linux 4.5 series and includes the LibreOffice 5.1.2 office suite.
The Linux-based OS already commands millions of installations across desktops and tablets the world over, and makes a welcome change from the endless run of Android-based devices. Anticipation levels were therefore high and, on first impressions, we believed we were in the presence of a truly desirable smartphone.