Microsoft puts Ubuntu on Windows
Published in News


Hell has frozen over


Microsoft has announced a partnership with Canonical which means it is possible to install Canonical's Ubuntu on Windows 10.

Valve’s Steam Hardware Survey claims Linux gamers declining
Published in Games


But things are not what they seem

Valve’s Steam Hardware Survey appears to show Linux use declining and its survey has raised a few eyebrows in the Linux community.

Nvidia apparently working on Linux distribution
Published in Graphics


NLinux is similar to Valve's OS


The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Nvidia is working on its own Linux OS for gamers.

Ubuntu gives up on AMD’s Catalyst Linux driver
Published in Graphics


Fglrx is not for us


Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and its newer incarnations will not support AMD's widely-used Catalyst Linux (fglrx) driver.

PS4 gets Linux
Published in Games
10 March 2016

PS4 gets Linux


We bet Sony is unhappy


A hacking group fail0verflow has worked out a way of getting the Linux kernel-based operating system on the PS4.

Microsoft ports SQL Server to Linux
Published in News


Who would have thought that a few years ago?

Microsoft is going to bring its SQL Server to Linux, in a move which would have been unthinkable a few years ago when Redmond dubbed the open source operating system "cancer."

Intel shows Android smartphone running a Linux desktop
Published in Mobiles


"Big Screen Experience"


One of the things we spotted at the Mobile World Congress 2016 was a demo run by Intel of an Android phone running a Linux desktop when plugged into an external display.

Torvalds admits he is not a “people person”
Published in News


Gosh and we never knew

The creator of Linux, Linus Torvalds has shocked the world and admitted he is not a “people person.”

Nvidia signs up to Vulkan
Published in Graphics


Shield will live long and prosper

Nvidia has announced a development version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Shield platform along with support for Windows and Linux.

SCO case runs out of arguments
Published in News


Yeah the case is still going

After years the first attempt to take over Unix and Linux has ended after a US judge knocked out the two remaining arguments with which the SCO group hoped to attack IBM.