Trisquel 8.0 "Flidas" has been announced by Ruben Rodriguez on the Trisquel forums. The release marks a shift from GNOME 3 to MATE, the GNOME 2 fork which has stayed true to its traditional roots.
Skype for Linux has received another update, marking the 13th since its July release. This update introduces the ability to send SMS messages and includes a number of performance improvements.
Microsoft's Skype for Linux alpha app has gotten a few bug fixes with the latest release, marked version 1.7. The update includes a new layout for group calls and bug fixes for connectivity issues.
After a four-month effort by the Linux team, the latest kernel has finally been released after seven Release Candidate versions. One of the more noticeable updates includes support for the AMD RX480.
Use Steam on Linux? then it's a good idea to back up everything you own (and then unmount your external storage) before attempting to debug or move the Steam folder... or you might lose everything.
The long-awaited public beta of the latest iteration of Elementary OS known as "Freya" has finally been released and it comes with a series of improvements both under-the-hood and to the design
Richard Stallman, the granddaddy of the free software community, says that Valve is dilluting the ethos of the movement by bringing nonfree games to Linux, something he calls 'unethical.'
20 years ago today, Linus Torvalds made a newsgroup post announcing his intention to develop a free operating system. Neowin takes a look back at the journey from hobbyist OS to essential tool.
The Free Software Foundation has sent 499 letters to the top Fortune 500 companies (with Microsoft being the exception), trying to persuade the decision makers in the companies not to use Microsoft software, according to...