Learning can be fun, especially when it uses Minecraft to teach coding and then allows you to do whatever you want afterwards
The green distro makes a switch from Ubuntu to Debian. Does it make the lightweight distro better or will we be returning to wattOS 7.5?
In the wake of Heartbleed, can a free smartphone-based two-factor authentication system offer peace of mind for the Linux user?
The Amnesic Incognito Live System is at 1.0, signalling a ‘stable’ release and the last version that uses Debian 6.0 – but how secure is it?
We fi nd out the very best software to power your open-source home theatre PC, whether you want to playback media or record and watch live TV
Can a compact and low-cost circuit board piggybacked onto the Raspberry Pi microcomputer’s GPIO header turn it into a high-quality audio powerhouse?
Can a cheap, Linux-powered black box from a cloud storage specialist offer the reassurance of privacy in a post-Snowden world of paranoia?
Various members of the Ubuntu family have received a beta release of the upcoming Ubuntu LTS. What should we be expecting from the next big Ubuntu?
The first Arduino-certified product to come out of Intel’s embedded systems division, is the Galileo a sign of things to come or a white elephant?
PiCore is the ultra lightweight Linux distro TinyCore ported to the Raspberry Pi. Is it a good fit for the Pi.
Mageia’s releases is becoming quite the event. How is Mageia 4 version going to differentiate itself from the already fantastic Mageia 3?
Is there truly such a thing as a one-size-fits-all backup solution for the Linux-based enterprise user? Securstore certainly seems to think so