Ex-Kubuntu leader Jonathan Riddell announced the availability of daily build ISO images for the rolling KDE Neon Linux operating system, which early adopters can get and test drive as we speak.
Fedora 24 is currently in heavy development with the Beta release knocking at the door, and it looks like the Fedora Project developers are already planning on the next major release of the GNU/Linux operating system.
Which open source projects can users trust? That's a question the Linux Foundation hopes to help answer by the introduction of "badges" from the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) project, which recognize open source platforms deemed to be safe and stable.
The popular image processing library ImageMagick has a number of critical vulnerabilities currently being used in the wild, allowing attackers to gain control of servers.
Taking the age-old fight of man versus robots to the next level, the German sportswear maker Puma has unveiled a robot called BeatBot. This running robot has been developed to give a tough fight to the athletes and to train them for better performance.
Piote’s open source battery-powered “BreadBro” combines Arduino built-in circuitry with a breadboard, guide cards, and curriculum to help teach STEM skills.
Austin, Texas based Piote has so far more than tripled its modest $1,000 Kickstarter goals for its BreadBro Arduino clone. Packages are available through May 30 starting at $50, with starter kit and classroom pack versions running into the hundreds of dollars. Shipments are expected by Aug. 1.
Unigine 2 has looked like a real beauty at least from screenshots, but sadly there hasn't been any tech demo / benchmark releases off it yet nor any major games to talk about using this updated engine. Fortunately, that's now changing.
Dual Universe is a science fiction MMORPG developed and published by Novaquark. This sci-fi game up to now has been developed with Unreal Engine 4, but its developers have decided mid-way to switch over to using Unigine 2.
Recently I put out an article about Blitzkrieg 3 coming to Linux. The Linux icon is prominently featured in their latest trailer, but after speaking to them on Facebook it seems it still has no ETA.
Valve has just pushed a new stable update to its cross-platform Steam Client software for all supported platforms, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux.
The Linux Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the growth of Linux, has recently published a new video starring the father of Linux, Mr. Linus Torvalds.
On top of the new ARC PGU driver and Allwinner driver there is yet another new Direct Rendering Manager driver set to land for Linux 4.7.
Being pulled into DRM-Next tonight is a Hisilicon DRM driver for supporting the Kirin SoCs. This DRM display driver was developed by Hisilicon themselves, one of the largest IC designers in China, and currently comes down to supporting the Kirin hi6220 SoCs. This new kernel display driver amounts to just under three thousand lines of new kernel code.
We published earlier an update to an article published last week about the fact that there was a nasty bug present in the GNOME Software application that made it impossible for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) users to install third-party .deb packages.
On May 4, 2016, Canonical finally pushed the patched version of the GNOME Software app, which is called Ubuntu Software in the newly released Ubuntu 16.04 LTS operating system, allowing users to install various applications distributed in the .deb file format and obtained from third-party sources with a simple double mouse click on the file.
We told you last week that there's a pretty nasty bug in the GNOME Software application, a graphical package manager from the GNOME Stack, that does not allow Ubuntu 16.04 LTS users to install third-party .deb files.
Ubuntu Make developer Didier Roche announced the release of Ubuntu Make 16.05, a new maintenance release of his open-source CLI tool that lets developers install various third-party SDKs and IDEs.