LinuxLinks: Strawberry is an audio player and music collection organizer.
HowToForge: Brotli is a generic-purpose lossless compression algorithm that compresses data using a combination of a modern variant of the LZ77 algorithm.
Learn how you can change your keyboard's layout to match with your preferred input language.
Tecmint: Tiger is a free, open source collections of shell scripts for security audit and host intrusion detection, for Unix-like systems such as Linux
2DayGeek: DriveSync is a command line utility that synchronizes your files between local system and Google Drive via command line.
Forbes: Entroware, a UK-based PC manufacturer specializing in custom Linux systems, just rolled out their new Ares PC.
Linux.com: The new year is upon us, which means yet another year has gone by in which Linux has not found itself dominating the desktop.
Phoronix: The first release candidate for Linux 5.0 (formerly known as Linux 4.21) shows some interesting gains.
OMG Ubuntu: A brand new version of the Linux terminal emulator Tilix is available to download.
LinuxInsider: Not all Linux distros are created with the same degree of attention to security and privacy control.
LinuxJournal: How Big Blue became an open-source company.
ostechnix: Learn 7 possible ways to update Linux Kernel for Ubuntu operating systems.
LinuxConfig: Sometimes, it's not easy to find the exact desktop theme to match your wallpaper or the aesthetic you want for you Linux desktop.
eWEEK: Serverless computing offers new opportunities for cloud efficiency, but it also comes with new risks that Protego Labs is looking to help enterprises better understand.
Linuxize: Learn what's important to remember for SSH connections
GamingOnLinux: Didn't think there were enough games on Linux? Think again.
HowToForge: Dolibarr is a free, open source and an all-in-one ERP and CRM for small and medium companies.
ZDnet: It's not just Tesla with Linux under the hood.
LinuxGizmos: There are a whole lot of different boards now available...
ostechnix: Tldr++ is a fast and interactive tldr client written with Go programming language to learn and practice Linux commands on the fly.