Phoronix: It's been very interesting to benchmark this libre hardware that's high performance with having 44 cores / 176 threads at 3.80GHz.
LinuxInsider: A new Linux OS gets to the core of Linux computing with a revamped desktop environment and a new way to have fun with your daily computing tasks.
FOSSpost: If you are someone who depends on saving screenshots a lot in your work, then you would find the default screenshoot tools on Linux very limited to your own daily needs.
ZDnet: For Linux gamers, there's now a powerhouse contender to rival proprietary computers
Meetups are great ways to learn about new technologies like Kubernetes.
opensource.com: Find out what makes a Linux-based open source audio player "audiophile quality."
FOSSmint: There are lots of alternatives to TeamViewer for Linux users.
Learn how you can easily check your installed Java version on your Ubuntu system.
LinuxLinks: Shortwave (previously known as Gradio) is open source goodness that lets you find and listen to 20,000 radio stations over the net.
DarkDuck: If you are a freshly minted Linux administrator, one of the primary challenges in front of you would be to implement a dependable and reliable backup system, isn't it?
eWEEK: As organizations increasingly choose to adopt cloud native Kubernetes technologies, there is a corresponding need to make it easier to deploy and manage storage.
Learn how to install PHP 7.3 on Ubuntu 18.04.
Linuxconfig: Learn how to use Docker Compose
Tecmint: Terminalizer is a free, open source, simple, highly customizable and cross-platform program to record your Linux terminal session
The Linux Mint team is currently working on speeding up the loading time by optimizing two internal components
DevOps transformation: Key differences in small, midsize, and large organizations
Before you begin using a piece of software, make sure you fully understand the terms of its license.
MakeTechEasier: Learn how to use Docker containers to run applications .
If you're a fan of the Google Chrome web browser and you use it on your Android smartphone or tablet, you should know that it's been updated to version 72.0.3626.76
BlackArch is a penetration testing distribution, similar to Kali Linux, but it's built on top of Arch Linux.