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
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
The second part of our in-depth review of Purism's latest ultraportable: How does the king of libre hardware compete with the premium laptop market?
Our in-depth review is all about Purism's latest ultraportable: How does the king of libre hardware compete with the premium laptop market?
With the start of the new year, we can see a new trend delineating Linux software. Phosh with its newborn libadwaita, KDE's Kirigami and Maui Shell show that – like it or not – the era of convergent Linux applications has just started. After all, even laptop screens are not too big
Introduction Over the last years, we have seen many Linux-powered tablets, all of which developed with different approaches to "openness". For instance, the PineTab trades performance and a somewhat conservative design for a very low selling price and full Linux support, which made its demand high to the point of
A closer look at the smartphone advice from the Free Software Foundation