Android and ChromeOS: World Domination?By Matt Hartley
| Open Source Article Published on May 23, 2016
Google's plans for Android and ChromeOS will most certainly have a massive effect on computing at many levels.
Choosing a Linux Desktop: 7 TipsBy Bruce Byfield
| Open Source Article Published on May 20, 2016
Choose a Linux desktop should be about finding the Linux environment that works best for your individual workflow.
Is Web Mail Killing Thunderbird?By Matt Hartley
| Open Source Article Published on May 02, 2016
Mozilla decision to let go of Thunderbird took a lot of folks by complete surprise. Is Web Mail really everyone's favorite solution?
Is Debian Difficult to Install?By Bruce Byfield
| Open Source Article Published on April 26, 2016
Difficult? Debian? If you think so, think again. In contrast to do-it-yourself distributions like Gentoo
, Arch Linux
, or Linux From Scratch
, the default Debian Installer is a dancing and singing purple plush toy next to a live velociraptor.
Ubuntu Snap Packages: The Good, the Bad, the UglyBy Matt Hartley
| Open Source Article Published on April 25, 2016
Ubuntu snap packages is a remarkably large development in the Ubuntu world, and may even change how we look at desktop packages for Linux.
Linux and the Second GoalBy Bruce Byfield
| Open Source Article Published on April 20, 2016
Linux's most important goal isn't world domination.
Best Ubuntu Backup ApplicationsBy Matt Hartley
| Open Source Article Published on April 18, 2016
Choosing the best Ubuntu backup application is largely a matter of choosing the solution that fits best with your work style. Here's a roundup of top picks.
Top 10 Android Game AppsBy Matt Hartley
| Open Source Article Published on April 13, 2016
These top Android game apps go from mega-hits like Minecraft to lesser known apps like Goat Simulator -- with an emphasis on fun.
Open Source Audio Video Apps: 36 Top AppsBy Cynthia Harvey
| Open Source Article Published on April 11, 2016
These open source audio video apps replace expensive commercial AV apps, in most cases offering quite similar functionality.
Choosing Linux Desktops: Customizers vs. LaunchersBy Bruce Byfield
| Open Source Article Published on April 05, 2016
The seven major Linux desktops can be ranked on a spectrum from the highly customizable to those that are little more than launchers for their applications.
2016: The Year of the (Ubuntu) Linux desktop on WindowsBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Open Source Article Published on March 31, 2016
For many it seemed like an April Fools joke that came early, but it's not, even though the very serious matter of intellectual property and patents isn't part of the discussion.