Valve Could Be Working To Get Windows Games Running On Linux

Valve’s Steam Machines and the Steam Controller seemed like a really interesting way that the company was going to shake up the gaming landscape. Unfortunately while the Steam Controller might be a hit with gamers, the Steam Machines haven’t really been met with the same levels of success.

Chrome OS Gets Full Support For Linux Apps

This is something that many Chrome OS users are going to like. Google has confirmed that Chrome OS is getting full support for Linux apps. This means that devices such as Chromebooks will soon be able to run Linux apps and execute Linux commands without breaking a sweat. The company will release a preview of this for the Pixelbook first before rolling out the full Linux support to all compatible […]

Linux On Galaxy Brings Desktop Software To Samsung Smartphones

We have seen multiple iterations of PC-like experiences powered by smartphones. “Convergence” was a main feature of Ubuntu for smartphones and tablets but that software has since been discontinued. Samsung tried its hand at this with DeX last year, the DeX Station accessory enabled Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 owners to access Android apps on a larger monitor. Samsung is now taking this implementation one step further with Linux […]

Nintendo Switch Hacked To Run Linux

We’re sure that hackers and modders are pretty curious about how hackable the Nintendo Switch is. There are many reasons for this, such as piracy, or the ability to run mods on the system, or just for fun. Recently it looks like hackers were successful because in a tweet by fail0verflow\, they posted a photo of the Switch appearing to run on Linux.


Intel CPU Security Flaw Discovered, Fix Could Result In Performance Hit

In a recent report from The Register, it seems that a major security flaw has been discovered within Intel’s CPUs. While security flaws are discovered from time to time, what makes this particular flaw so huge is the fact that it will require a significant redesign of the Linux and Windows kernels, where the end result could actually result in a hit in performance.

How To Encrypt Files on Desktop, iPhone and Android

We live in a time where almost every bit of our everyday life has been digitized, and therefore we store a lot of relevant information on our computers or mobile devices. From social media and email passwords, to highly-sensitive info, such as banking records and social security number. With the increasing number of scammers and hackers looming around every corner of the internet, protecting your data is more necessary than […]

Netflix Now Supports Firefox On Linux

As good as a service might be, it can only do so much if its reach is limited. While Netflix has rolled out its service to more parts of the world, there are still some platforms in which support isn’t quite as robust, such as Linux for example where Netflix could only be streamed on Google’s Chrome browser.

Chrome 56 Rolling Out For Mac, Windows, and Linux Computers

Heads up Chrome users, Google has announced that a stable version of Chrome 56 is now available and should be rolling out to users on Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. “The Chrome team is delighted to announce the promotion of Chrome 56 to the stable channel – 56.0.2924.76 for Windows, Mac and Linux. This will roll out over the coming days/weeks.”

Google To End Support For Chrome Apps On Windows, Mac, Linux

Exclusives are what makes people flock to a certain brand. For example if you love the Halo franchise, then we guess it makes sense for you to keep purchasing the Xbox platform. Now Google for the most part has been pretty generous with its products and services and have typically made them available across the board, but no more.

Stardew Valley Now Available On Mac And Linux

The other day we brought word that popular indie game Stardew Valley would be launching on both Mac and Linux computers on the 29th of July, and for gamers who forget, it looks like the game has already been released according to a post on the Stardew Valley website, so gamers can check it out if they want.

Stardew Valley Will Finally Be Arriving On Mac And Linux July 29

The thing about indie games is that because there are no expectations, developers usually have free-reign when it comes to designing the game. This has allowed some pretty interesting creations, like No Man’s Sky, or if you aren’t a fan of that genre, it has also spawned some pretty fun games like Stardew Valley.

BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition Available For Pre-Order

What makes the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition so special? For starters, this happens to be the world’s first Ubuntu tablet, and it is now available for pre-orders to the masses, as it brings together not only PCs but also mobile devices to boot. This is the very first convergence device from Canonical, and it has the ability to switch between a desktop and mobile device – pretty much in […]

Batman: Arkham Knight For Mac & Linux Cancelled

Warner Bros’ Batman: Arkham Knight was launched on the PC with a lot of issues, but eventually it did find its way back onto the platform. Now we’re sure there were some Mac and Linux gamers who were hoping that by catching these bugs and issues that when the game arrived on their platforms, it would be problem-free.

PS4 Linux Hack Demonstrated

Sony went into a fit of legal rage the last time somebody tried hacking its gaming console so it’s definitely not going to be happy about this latest development. Hacking team fail0verflow has demonstrated a PS4 Linux hack, they showed it off during a lightning talk at the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress, the video shows PlayStation 4 booting into linux and even running a version of Pokemon that’s being emulated […]