Dell's Barton George introduced four new Developer Edition mobile workstations shipping with Ubuntu. First is the Precision 3530 available now starting at $942 followed by the Precision 5530, 7530, and 7730 models "coming soon."
Microsoft revealed a new end-to-end platform for Internet of Things devices called Azure Sphere, consisting of a new microcontroller backed by a new Linux-based operating system. Linux is likely used due to its open-source roots.
Atari released the official name of its upcoming "Ataribox" console along with the month when the company reveals its pre-order details. Atari also released photos of the classic joystick and modern controller prototypes.
After years of arguments, Sony has finally agreed to a settlement in the PlayStation 3 class action lawsuit. If you purchased one of the original "fat" consoles, here's how to claim your share of the payout.
Vivaldi said on December 5 that it now offers a version of its web browser that runs on Linux devices using ARM-based processors. That includes Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi Zero, and the Asus Tinker board.
Want to ditch Windows or MacOS in favor of something different? Linux is the next best thing, but which version should you go with? Here, we've rounded up the best Linux distros currently in existence.
Canonical has given up on its Unity8, phone, and convergence projects, ending development and switching the default Ubuntu desktop back to GNOME. Going forward, Canonical will focus on the desktop, the cloud, and IoT.
Razer opened a new Linux Corner on the Razer Insider portal, asking owners and developers what they want in Linux support for the Razer Blade. This is one of the biggest requests from developers who use Razer's laptop for coding.
The latest Linux notebook is the System76 Galago Pro. It's Ubuntu-based and features some of the latest components and a solid build quality. It's going to be relatively affordable when it arrives in April.
Valve Software provided a developer build of SteamVR for Linux based on the Vulkan graphics API. It is served on GitHub and requires pre-release drivers for Nvidia and AMD products and version 5.6 of Unity.
Indie developer Necrosoft Games puts an unusually gory spin on the racing genre with Oh, Deer!, a pseudo-3D driving game in which players race to grandma's house on a road filled with antlered wildlife.
The KDE community announced the launch of a KDE-branded Slimbook packing a sixth-generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor. They're based on the KDE Neon platform and the KDE Plasma Desktop interface, which is built for Linux PCs.