New version of popular GNOME mail client is a ground-breaker for Linux desktop apps.
Liberty, egality and fratenity as French cops lead the way in open source software deployment.
Not quite the Steam Box, but a fully fledged set of Steam Machines instead.
Lawks. Didn’t expect that. Valve has just gone over and above what the rumour mill was suggesting by not announcing the much anticipated Steam Box console-PC, but instead going straight for the big one and unveiling its own operating system. SteamOS is a fully fledged Linux distro in its own right which, according to the […]
Microsoft’s Surface Pro is a great little laptop-cum-tablet, but can we make it better by removing Windows?
Valve boss ascends to the godhead with clearest indication yet of the firm’s commitment to open source software.
In which we learn how Mark Shuttleworth gracefully accepts defeat while still claiming a win.
$20 000 000 is an expensive way to spell “failure”.
All backers of the Linux superphone will now pay a single fee of less than $700.
There’s a headline which doesn’t need expanding on much. Shall we go to the pub or would you like to read more?
Has interest waned, or is Canonical just hedging its bets that a big backer will come along?
Fixing the pricing problem that stalled the campaign.
You can buy Canonical’s ambitious and beautiful Ubuntu phone today, but it doesn’t exist yet.
The good news is that the phone looks ace.
Judges refuses to declare exchange control law unconstitutional.
MTN signs up to be one of the first to offer the Shuttlephone.
But none in the land of its birth, yet.