A common point in the Linux community is that escaping the walled garden of ecosystems like Android or iOS is already a means to higher security. Having no contact with Google or Apple servers ever again, nor cloud providers ever snooping on your private files or contacts again is a
The dream of an HTML-based operating system is nothing new, and in fact, something we have seen since the early 2000s. With the Internet exploding in popularity and complexity, it has always been tempting to think of browsers as convenient graphical renderers, and CSS as the ultimate markup language for
In some sense, 2022 has been resembling the long-memed Year of the Linux Desktop. Although this sounds like some cult's prophetic rubbish, by looking at the success of the Linux desktop in very empirical terms an improvement of the last couple of years becomes clearly noticeable. The Steam Deck alone
I should start by notifying readers that is a slightly old post, initially written in reaction to first Fairphone, then Pine64 announcing their "true wireless headphones" in April. In spite of this draft staying on my laptop since then, the situation has not particularly changed. Some days ago, I was
So far, cameras on Linux phones have been known for their extremely basic results. Lacking good sensors, premium optics, and most importantly good post-processing capabilities, the PinePhone's, extremely basic sensor cannot often offer the shots one would expect. Even on the Librem 5, which uses a somewhat better Samsung sensor,
Much to the suprise of many people, Imagination created a merge request for an open source PowerVR vulkan driver to Mesa.
A deeper look in the new Tow-Boot firmware project for ARM devices.