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New Chromebooks starting this year will be Linux-ready

If you missed a heartbeat, that's okay, but you read it right. Google has made an announcement that all Chromebooks launched this year onwards will be Linux-ready right out of the box.

Microsoft will ship a Linux Kernel with Windows

Starting this summer, Microsoft will include a custom Linux kernel to support the latest Windows Subsystem Linux (WSL) version. This marks the first time Linux is included as a component in Windows.

Fedora 30 released, here is everything you need to know

The Fedora dev team announced the release of Fedora 30! This exciting release comes with an impressive set of features and no wonder this was a much-awaited release for the Fedora users.

Debian 9.9 released with several security fixes

The Debian project has announced today the ninth point update of Debian 9 "stretch." This update release mainly fixes security issues, along with few bug fixes.

Nvidia 430.09 now available for download, supports GeForce GTX 1650

Nvidia has announced the release of version 430.09 of their display drivers for Linux platforms. The most significant update in this release is that the new NVIDIA Linux driver now supports the GeForce GTX 1650 with its Max-Q Design and GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q Design.

System76 releases Pop!_OS 19.04 based on Ubuntu 19.04

Pop!_OS 19.04 is out now! And, it's based on the newest version of Ubuntu, namely Disco Dingo. This operating system is Ubuntu-based, but it comes with a catch: a minimalistic desktop environment. For this reason, it's perfect for people who are not quite fascinated by clutter, such as software developers and computer science professionals.

Ubuntu 19.10 development begins, here is what we know so far

Disco Dingo's storm hasn't settled yet, but following the typical schedule, Canonical didn't waste time kick-starting Ubuntu 19.10. Let's catch the development details available today.

Samsung’s Linux on DeX gets support for more phones

A while ago, Samsung had presented Linux support for its DeX desktop environment. What does that mean? Well, you have to install an app named 'Linux on DeX' on one of the supported Android devices. If you connect the phone containing the app to a monitor using an HDMI or USB Type-C cable, you can use Ubuntu right off that phone (or tablet).