Google and Canonical Bring Flutter to Ubuntu!

There are few companies that ignite such controversial opinions in the Linux community and Free Software Movement than 1998’s startup-turned tech megalith, Google. Though the company was founded on humble

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SUSE Acquires Rancher Labs

SUSE is a company that has been taking some impressive strides these last few months including helping fight COVID-19 in a variety of ways, a complete rebranding and modernization of

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Linus Torvalds on the Future of the Kernel

At this year’s Open Source Summit from The Linux Foundation, the main event involved a question-and-answer style keynote featuring Linux creator and master maintainer, Linus Torvalds, that included discussion topics

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GTK Toolkit 3.99 Released

There has been a lot of anticipation for the release of GTK 4 for the past few years. Partially because the use of GTK 3 completely changed the game for

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Fedora 33 to Adopt Btrfs as Default!

A few years ago, there was one thing I always remember hearing–“Btrfs is not ready”. This was always confusing to me since the decision for utilizing Btrfs as a file

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Linux Kernel 5.8 Released

If you were to ask any knowledgeable Linux enthusiast what the most impactful kernel version was, many would reply with favorites like 2.6 or 4.2 (and they could be right

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