The Debian project has announced the availability of Debian 10.3 and Debian 9.12. They include all the latest security patches so they're useful if you need to do a clean install on your systems.
Debian 10.1 and Debian 9.10 have been scheduled for a point release. The first point release is usually pushed after one month but Debian 10.1 is untypical and will take two months.
The Debian project has announced the fifth update to its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
The Debian project has announced the fourth point release of its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
The Debian Project has pushed a new update out to Debian 9, bringing it to version 9.2. The latest point release allows you to quickly install the OS with the latest updates, saving time and hassle.
Debian 9 and Debian 8 have received updates to version 9.1 and 8.9 respectively. The main focus of these releases concerns security updates and new ISOs are also available for download.
The Debian Project has announced the release of Debian 9. The release sees the inclusion of updated packages including the for the kernel which is on version 4.9. It's supported for five years.
The new artwork that will feature by default in Debian 9 has been announced. The 'softWaves' theme was created by Juliette Belin who was responsible for the 'Lines' artwork that shipped with Debian 8.