Among many new features in GNOME 3, the most exciting one is the ability to build extensions. Here’s how it’s done…
Presented in two formats based on two distros, which version of Puppy stays true to the commitment of being small and fast?
Harness the power of Emacs to organise your work, as well as some options to track your to-do list when you’re on the go
Work began on the Hurd, the true kernel of the GNU operating system, in May 1991, but it has yet to materialise as a production-ready kernel. Richard Hillesley tells the story…
The lightweight Arch-based distro uses Openbox to help make it blazing fast without losing too much functionality
Create your own application from inspiration to installation on your Android phone or tablet
Steam for Linux may be entering open beta if the closed beta mailing list is anything to believe, will it tie in with the popular Holiday Sale?
The Raspberry Pi foundation has opened a web store for Raspberry Pi specific code and software anyone can add to
We talk to Andreas Olofsson, founder and chief executive of Adapteva, about his company’s project to create a $99 many-core pocket-sized supercomputer: Parallella
Learn how to set up a network of Raspberry Pis with centralised authentication and file storage
You can now get Linux User and all our sister magazines direct to your Android device through Google Play
Submit your game ideas and prototypes to Mozilla and you could win a trip to GDC 2013 and much more