Intel is designing a new Linux update driver that allows system firmware to be updated directly from the operating system without requiring a system reboot.
Linux says goodbye to AMD's 3DNow! instruction set after 23 years: Version 5.17 of the kernel phases out AMD's home-brewed instruction set entirely.
Quickemu is a fast and easy-to-use virtual machine application for Linux. Quickemu handles all of the downloads and configuration for Windows, macOS and Linux guest machines.
Windows 11 is found to outperform Linux operating systems when running one of Intel's hybrid Alder Lake CPUs
AMD's SME or Secure Memory Encryption is now being disabled in the Linux kernel due to unexpected boot failures on Ryzen CPUs.
Pine64 Announces its updated PinePhone Pro which sees more power in your pocket, and on your desktop.
A new version of Ubuntu, 21.10, has been released, bringing tweaks both on the desktop and under the hood.
A new AMDGPU Linux driver was revealed to have initial support for USB4 DisplayPort tunneling and could be coming with Linux 5.16.
Epic Games has released a new update to its Easy Anti-Cheat software to support Linux and Mac operating systems.
A small, Brazilian-based Linux distribution called LinuxFX has been updated to version 11, bringing the look and feel of Windows 11 to Linux users.
The Linux kernel driver patch shows preliminary support for DisplayPort 2.0 specification in AMD GPU drivers, insinuating the upcoming support in RDNA3 silicon.
Monitor your system performance then run custom stress tests, all from one simple terminal interface.
Debian Linux's mainline kernel has been ported bare-metal to the Apple M1 SoC, opening up the way for a Linux ecosystem replacing MacOS.
Canonical announced that its Ubuntu operating system now supports SiFive boards built on the RISC-V architecture.
Linux 5.13 Release Candidate 3 is set to revert and fix 37 patches contributed to the kernel by the banned University of Minnesota.
The Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board released info about its investigation into the University of Minnesota's code.
The Linux Foundation’s Technical Advisory Board has a list of demands for the banned University of Minnesota researchers.