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There's a new Ubuntu Mate theme in town and it looks suspiciously a lot like Unity. Find out not only the how-to, but the layer of irony this adds to the MATE desktop interface.
A session at SXSW 2016 looked at the psychological ramifications of open offices, including memory loss and heightened stress levels.
Security vulnerabilities at the Linux Mint project highlight substantial issues with the popular Linux distribution, and the difficulty of maintaining a Linux distribution as a hobbyist project.
Ubuntu Unity has had some seriously harsh words tossed its way. Jack Wallen ponders some of the opinions coming from those who stake their career on technology.
If you've been longing to get screencast videos from your Chromebook, wait no longer. Jack Wallen shows you how with the help of TechSmith Snagit.
If you're looking for an easy way to sync files from your mobile device to your desktop, Jack Wallen shows you how with Syncthing.
If you use Insync to keep your desktop and Google cloud account in sync, Jack Wallen has a tip that could save space and bandwidth.
2015 was a banner year for Linux. From enterprise to mobile, Linux found solid footing in many areas some considered previously impossible. Jack Wallen reflects on some of the highlights.
Jack Wallen once again gazes into his crystal ball...only this time to get a peek into what 2016 holds for open source and Linux.
KDE is still attempting to gain some semblance of traction. Even though it's working to move into the current state of things, there's still something not quite right. Jack Wallen explains.