The Linux Mint team is currently finalising the Linux Mint 19.3 disc images. It's unclear when the release will drop but it should be soon. It was earlier promised that it would come around Christmas.
The ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2 has OLED, Core i9, and everything you want
thinkpad x1 extreme gen 2
Articles by Paul Hill Advanced search
Opera has announced the launch of Opera GX for macOS. The launch comes after one month of testing by an exclusive group of users based in 16 countries around the world. Opera GX is aimed at gamers.
Several Samsung smart TVs are unable to play content from BBC iPlayer because an old security certificate has expired. Samsung has released firmware updates to address the issue on some TVs.
Plex has issued a statement reaffirming its commitment to remain a personal media server solution. It comes after the launch of its ad-supported video on demand service which got users concerned.
Google has announced that it's bringing Android 10 to Android TV. To accompany the launch, it also announced the ADT-3, a new developer-oriented Android TV device which can be used to test software.
Snap has announced the launch of Cameos, a comedic version of deepfakes which you can share with friends in chat. Users have a large set of pre-defined scenes to add their selfies to.
The European Commission has approved funding from several member states which will be used to develop every stage of the battery manufacturing process, thus improving the technology.
Huawei has announced that it plans to bring HarmonyOS to more devices in 2020. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the firm said that it has no plans to ship it with smartphones and tablets at this time.
Elon Musk has been cleared by a court in Los Angeles over remarks he made. Vernon Unsworth was suing the billionaire after the latter called the former "pedo guy" publicly on Twitter.
HMD Global has announced the new Nokia 2.3. The device will go on sale in mid-December for just €109. It packs a dual-camera fuelled by AI, a two-day battery, and a large 6.2" display.
Plex has launched ad-supported video on demand content to its platform from several big publishers. The new content is available globally and can be watched on almost any connected device.
Mozilla has released Firefox 71. While the update isn't revolutionary, it does bring some UI revamps, improvements to some privacy features, a kiosk mode, and picture-in-picture mode on Windows.
A defamation case over Elon Musk's "pedo guy" comment is set to start today. Musk made the remark after his idea to save children stuck in a cave was rebuffed by one of the rescue team.
O2 has enabled Visual Voicemail on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The carrier will bring it to other devices in the new year. It's the only UK carrier with the feature currently switched on.
Mozilla has launched a new developer tool in Firefox Nightly for macOS called Firefox Replay. The new tool allows developers to efficiently test their code. Cross-platform support will come later.
Virgin Media has announced that it's expanding Gig1 Fibre broadband to Reading, UK and surrounding areas. The announcement comes just months after Gig1 Fibre was first unveiled in September.
Samsung has announced that PlayGalaxy Link is coming to more of its mobile devices, including Galaxy Fold. PlayGalaxy Link lets you connect your phone to your computer to play games remotely.
Mozilla has released a new nightly for Firefox Preview. In this update, users can move the URL bar from the bottom of the app to the top which will make it resemble the current Firefox for Android.
Europol has announced that it knocked Islamic State offline. It worked with nine firms including Telegram which was hosting a large amount of terrorist content, including the Amaq propaganda outlet.
Transport for London has announced that Uber will not be issued a license to operate in London. It said the firm still has several issues which put people's safety at risk. Uber has 21 days to appeal.
The EFF and several other entities have penned a letter to ISOC to cancel to the sale of PIR, which controls .ORG domains, to Ethos Capital. They believe it would negatively affect NGOs.
Germany's Angela Merkel, speaking in front of her party's conference has defended the inclusion of Huawei technology inside the country's 5G network. Others, though, want the firm banned.
Mozilla now lets you add custom search engines in the nightly version of Firefox Preview for Android. The firm added some pre-defined engines such as Ecosia but also lets you add new ones.
The privacy-oriented search engine, Startpage, has announced a News tab in search results. As with its other products, Startpage news results will not be personalised to individual users.
Plex has announced a new update to its media server software. With this update, users will benefit from improved metadata as well as a feature that identifies songs you hear in films and TV shows.
Google has announced that Duplex on Google Assistant can now place orders for movie tickets. Just ask Assistant for a movie and Duplex will handle the ticket purchasing process automatically.
Apple has announced that it's building a new campus in Austin, Texas, which will house up to 15,000 employees. The new campus will open in 2022 and will include a massive area of green space.
Microsoft has revealed that Teams has 20 million daily active users. In July, when it gave us the last headcount, it reported 13 million daily active users. Slack reported 10 million users in Q2.
Microsoft has announced that it will update its Online Services Terms to address concerns raised by various customers in Europe and to placate the EU's data privacy regulator, the EDPS.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.2. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which will help users save time during clean installs.
Microsoft is launching an investigation into a firm it funded in the summer of its alleged use in the West Bank. Microsoft said such use of the technology would go against its ethical principles.
New research from Sensor Tower suggests that TikTok has been downloaded more than 1.5 billion times making it more popular than the Facebook app, but less popular than WhatsApp and Messenger.
The UK Labour Party has announced that, if elected, free broadband will be offered to every home and business in the country. It will connect the least connected first then go from there.
Gartner has announced that in 2023, the net additions of autonomous-ready vehicles will reach more than 740,000. The figure was at just 137,000 in 2018 which shows decent growth in the market.
EE has announced that the new Motorola Razr will come to its network as an exclusive. The phone will have a retail price of $1,500 or £1,170 so plans from EE will likely be quite expensive.
Brave Software has announced the availability of Brave 1.0. While the release isn't particularly groundbreaking, iOS users are now allowed to use the Brave Rewards system to fund websites.
Google is preparing a new project called Cache which will allow customers to set up checking accounts with the firm. Google is partnering with Citigroup to offer customers an account.
Twitter has announced a new feature called Topics. With Topics, Twitter suggests relevant subjects in the timeline and search for you to follow, making it easier for you to keep up with developments.
Apple is working on an AR Headset and Glasses which it plans to launch in 2022 and 2023 respectively. Details were leaked by sources who were presumably at an internal Apple meeting in October.
Mozilla Firefox 72 is due for release in the new year. One of the new features that will arrive for Firefox on Windows users is adaptive scrollbars which change colour to match the website.