Best Linux for Old LaptopsBy Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on February 27, 2017
We'll share some of the best Linux distros for old laptop hardware and also touch on what the minimum requirements are for each distro.
Intel's CEO Steps Up to Strengthen BrandBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on February 16, 2017
Brian Krzanich is taking on a more visible role, a decision that could serve him well later in life.
When to Use Which Debian Linux RepositoryBy Bruce Byfield
| Columns Article Published on February 15, 2017
Among the fun facts: the three main Debian repositories are named for characters from the Toy Story movies.
Best Linux Distros for 2017By Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on February 06, 2017
An overview of the best Linux distro for 2017, based on various user styles and preferences.
CES 2017: A Window into The FutureBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on January 09, 2017
Several new technologies on display at the Consumer Electronics Show seem likely to transform our lives.
Debian vs. UbuntuBy Bruce Byfield
| Columns Article Published on January 05, 2017
Which is the best distro for you, Debian or Ubuntu? You can't go seriously wrong either way, but a useful answer depends on what you want in a distribution.
Overcoming Ubuntu Wi-Fi Not WorkingBy Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on January 04, 2017
Connecting Ubuntu to a wi-fi network usually isn’t challenging, yet if you run into problems these tips should help.
Is 2017 the Year of the Linux Desktop?By Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on December 27, 2016
The oft-predicted ‘year of the Linux desktop’ has so far proven elusive. Could it finally be here?
Debian vs. FedoraBy Bruce Byfield
| Columns Article Published on December 14, 2016
A point by point comparison between the Debian and Fedora Linux distros: which offers a better user experience?
The Future of Technology: 2050By Guest Author
| Columns Article Published on December 13, 2016
A veteran tech observer looks at the many emerging trends in emerging tech to predict where we’re heading, from AI to 3D printing to robotics.
Make Ubuntu Work Like ChromeOSBy Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on December 12, 2016
Ubuntu can function like ChromeOS – yet still maintain all of Ubuntu's advantages.