The first two days of LinuxCon North America 2013 have already been and gone, and as we enter the last day of the conference, here’s a recap of what you may have missed
Computer Science has been absent from UK schools for a while, and the government has another proposal to re-introduce it
Clementine 1.2 is out soon, and the developers have made a list of some of its new features, such as streaming from cloud storage services
To celebrate the impending start of PyCon UK and to entice first-timers to the event, organisers have released a video roundup of last year’s gathering…
The Arduino Yun is a Linux-powered micro-controller similar to the Arduino Uno, and a possible replacement for a Raspberry Pi in some Arduino systems.
Looking for a Raspberry Pi USB Hub? The PiHub is a specially built, powered USB hub for Raspberry Pi built by Pimoroni
Audacity, the open source audio editing powerhouse, has received a small update with some great new features
Although the latest XBMC 13 release is an alpha version, it has a couple of important features that will make its way into the next version, such as 3D support
Individual elements of KDE are being split off into different development cycles, and KDE Workspaces 4.11 will make way for the (temporarily named) Plasma Workspaces 2
Linux User & Developer 130 hits stores today, and features two live booting discs with ten of the best distros of 2013
To celebrate GNU turning 30, MIT are planning to host a celebration and Hackathon on September 28th and 29th
Pear OS keeps coming, and version 8s Beta is here. Will it eventually fix all the issues with Pear OS, or will 8 be another misstep?