Canonical has announced the availability of Ubuntu 16.04.7 and Ubuntu 18.04.5. Mostly, they just roll all the latest patches into new disc images but the latter adds new hardware support too.
Dell's Latitude 9410 2-in-1 doesn't offer much more than the 7000 series
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Samsung has announced a new technology called eXtended-Cube (X-Cube) that will enable more performant and efficient devices. It said the technology unlocks next-gen applications like 5G.
Google has announced a new experiment for Chrome 86 users. It says the move will help cut down on the incidents of phishing but it could lead to a boost in Google Search traffic too.
The U.K. government is set to begin trials for its new privacy-friendly contact tracing app. The test will happen on the Isle of Wight and will shortly expand to the London borough of Newham.
The Document Foundation has revealed that LibreOffice 7.0 has clocked up almost half a million downloads in the first week of its availability. The figure doesn't include downloads from elsewhere.
Vivaldi 3.2 has been released for Android today. The update introduces better tab controls that allow you to use one hand and improvements to ad and tracker blocking that allow for custom blocklists.
HMD Global has announced that it has closed its latest round of funding after raising $230 million. With the capital, it plans to grow in new markets and become a "holistic mobile service provider".
A new report from Microsoft has found that the U.K. is failing to train enough people in the field of artificial intelligence which will see the country fall behind in the coming years.
Amazon has rolled out its anti-counterfeit tool, Project Zero, to several more countries. Brands can use Amazon Project Zero to enforce their intellectual property on the Amazon platform.
Google has updated the schedule for ending support for Chrome apps on all platforms. It has begun by closing new app submissions and in the coming years will remove support from Chrome entirely.
The UK government has revealed that around 7.5 million premises in the UK are now ready for gigabit broadband. It has invested £1 billion between 2018 and 2021 and plans to spend £5 billion more.
The team behind Kodi have released an alpha-quality version 19 that can be downloaded now. Several add-ons will not work with the new Kodi because some developers are yet to switch to Python 3.
TikTok has responded to the Trump administration's executive order issued against it earlier. The social media company now plans to take legal action against the executive order in U.S. courts.
Canonical has released the first point release for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. In bundles all the updates available so far into the ISO saving time post-install. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS users are now able to upgrade.
Facebook has shared an update about its Catalyst Housing Fund, an initiative it began in 2016 with $20 million of investment. The firm says it's on track to invest $1 billion in the next decade.