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
What’s the best Linux media player? We find out the best way to organise and play your music library by testing out the top four music players available
Red Hat Enterprise Linux for the masses, the Community Enterprise Operating System has been upgraded with some of the newest features from RHEL
The MintBox 2 is here, and it’s more powerful than ever. Just how much power are you getting for nearly £400 though?
Designed to bring Arduino compatibility to the Raspberry Pi, has the design of the GertDuino benefited from its predecessors’ critical reception?