The North American LinuxCon has only just kicked off today, but there’s already been some news out of the show
Firefox 15 has been released, and includes a few updated on both desktop and Android versions, including speed and tablet optimizations.
Ubuntu 12.04’s LTS updates have started, with its first point update being released, with updates to cloud support and Calxeda ARM chips
OpenOffice has got a point update to the now Apache managed office suite, including bug fixes, performance enhancements, and extra language support
We interview Michael Meeks about LibreOffice’s future, what features he wants added, and the state of LibreOffice on Android and iOS.
Jon Masters summarizes the latest goings on in the Linux kernel community,
including the release of the 3.5 kernel, and an unfortunately embarassing
incident for Microsoft’s virtualization team.
From in-depth features and step-by-step guides to the essential software you need to succeed, the Linux & Open Source Genius Guide Volume 3 has something for everyone…
Extending the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins, the Gertboard by Gert Van Loo will allow RPi to sense and interact with the world around it
LibreOffice 3.6 is now available, not long after the milestone release of LibreOffice 3.5. New features include word count on status bar, and watermark on PDF Export
The Common Desktop Environment is now open source, and Michael Reed explores what this means for CDE in a world dominated by other desktops
Find out what’s happening in the latest edition of Linux User & Developer magazine. Buy it in all good newsagents or online. Regular readers can subscribe and save 30% on the retail price and – good news – you can now grab Linux User on Android courtesy of Zinio!
The OLPC XO Touch tablet will be getting Neonode touchscreens, as the next model makes the leap to laptop and tablet hybrid