Want to carry around a multi-booting hard drive you can connect to any computer? Then this quick tutorial may just be for you
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend
From the creators of How it Works, All About Space and All About History comes the brand new World of Animals magazine
Get to know Ubuntu for phones and read about what happened at PyCon UK in issue 133 of Linux User & Developer
Debian drops GNOME as the default desktop in favour of xfce, however this may not be for good
Create a database that combines an easy-to-use, form-based front-end using LibreOffice with a portable, networked MySQL back-end
The lightweight and green distro now comes in more flavours to suit your needs, but do they still keep up with the WattOS ideal?
Ubuntu on phones is definitely for developers right now – find out why
As well as enabling you to administer a system remotely, Webmin is a great GUI front-end for system configuration
The latest version of Ubuntu is out, signifying the first stable release of the phone version of the OS as well
We spoke to Richard Collins about the impending stable release of Ubuntu Touch with 13.10, and here are some of the things to look forward to tomorrow
OctCinnamon 2.0 out now!
The next step in Linux Mint is out now, although be careful while using it