Arriving with the final stable release of Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet are downloads for a colorful array of official community flavors. And this year there’s an extra spin in motion. Ubuntu MATE (pronounced Maah-tay) was formally welcomed into the official Ubuntu flavors club earlier this year. Ubuntu MATE ships with a fork of the older GNOME […]
It’s here — the official Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet mascot t-shirt is now available to buy from the Canonical store. The long-time fan-favorite merch item has been a staple part of the Ubuntu release cycle since 2008 and its arrival typically coincides with the final stable release of the OS. It’s available in a dusky blue color and comes emblazoned with a vivid orange […]
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Linux racing game SuperTuxKart has been updated, with version 0.9 adding a new rendering engine, new tracks and improved kart physics.
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In this entry to our Ubuntu Basics series we cover changing the default apps that handle web and e-mail links.
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A new update to the meta-streaming desktop music player Tomahawk has washed ashore, with a bunch of bug fixes firmly in tow.
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The new Cirrus7 Nimbini is the best looking fanless NUC Ubuntu PC we've ever seen. Inside the tiny alumium case comes fifth-gen Intel power.
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KDE Plasma 5.3 Beta, the next major version of the KDE Plasma desktop environment, is available for testing. It brings better power management features, bluetooth changes and more.
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A new stable release of the Linux Kernel, Linux 4.0, has been announced by Linus Torvalds. It brings a small number of changes, including initial support for live kernel patching.
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'Ambient Noise Player, as the name might suggest, is an audio player designed specifically for playing ambient background sounds like falling rain and coffee shop chatter.
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As one of the world's most popular pieces of open source software each new version is welcomed, however small the changes within may be.
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