|Pine64 has been busy today unveiling their new hardware which will be launching later this year in the form of the Pinebook Pro 2019 Linux laptop expected to be priced around $199 and the PineTab Linux tablet also expected to launch later this year priced at $79. Adding to the list is the new Pine64 […]|
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|In addition to the announcement that a new PineTab Linux tablet will be launching later this year priced at $79 or $99 when combined with a Bluetooth keyboard. Hardware manufacturer Pine64 has also announced the launch of a new Pinebook Pro Linux laptop priced at $199. The new Pinebook Pro Linux laptop will be launching […]|
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|A new Linux tablet has been unveiled this week which will be launching later this year priced at just $79. The PineTab Linux tablet will be accompanied by a $199 laptop and the company’s first smartphone both of which will also be launching sometime later in 2019. The PineTab Linux tablet is equipped with a […]|
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|If you are worried about the manufacturer of your operating system not providing Long Term Support (LTS) it might be time to ditch it and jump over to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS which will be supported for 10 years into the future. The 10 year support cycle has been created by the development team at Canonical […]|
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|Since Valve made available the Steam Linux client the list of compatible games has grown steadily and now offers over 2600 Windows games are supported. Valve as previously explained how it was developing support for Wine and modified it with Vulkan support, games controller support and other tweaks and changes. The special version of Wine […]|
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|Linux users patiently waiting for Valve to add the ability to play Windows games on the Linux operating system via Steam. May be pleased to know that a new update has been rolled out this week enabling the ability to enjoy a selection of Windows games on Linux. Valve explains more in their official update […]|
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|After two new Canary updates rolled out over the weekend those interested can now install Debian Linux packages on the Chrome OS platform, albeit in the highly experimental channel of Chrome OS. Gabriel Brangers from the Chrome Unboxed website explains more about the installation process and the new updates which have made it possible for […]|
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|This week the Linux Mint 19 Tara Cinnamon operating system has been released providing long-term support until 2023 allowing users the satisfaction of knowing support will be available for at least five years. New features in the latest version of Linux Mint include Timeshift which was first unveiled within Linux Mint 18.3 and backported to […]|
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|If you are interested in learning more about the performance, features and design of the new One Netbook One Mix Yoga mini PC book running the Ubuntu 18.04 Linux operating system. You’ll be pleased to know that Brad Linder over at Liliputing has published an in-depth article explaining exactly that and has also created a […]|
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|Now that the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS operating system is available to download offering long-term support, its developers Canonical are now looking to the future and have announced that Ubuntu 18.10 operating system is expected to be made available during October 2018 and will bring with it some major new additions and enhancements. The operating system […]|
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