Extreme gaming laptops are typically associated with Microsoft's Windows operating system, rather than OS X or Linux.
The desktop browser version of Netflix relies on Microsoft Silverlight and isn't exactly compatible with Linux - at least up until now.
Ubuntu is without a doubt one of the most popular flavors of Linux, as the operating system is fully capable of running smoothly even on outdated or anemic hardware.
Rockchip’s stalwart RK3066 can best be described as a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 chip with clock speeds up to 1.6 GHz.
We've already seen Ubuntu loaded up on Samsung's $249 ARM-powered Chromebook, but the Linux modding hasn't stopped there.
Google's wildly popular Nexus tablet may run Android as the default OS, but that hasn't stopped devs and modders from loading alternate operating systems on the device.
The highly versatile Ubuntu was first spotted running on Google's flagship Nexus 7 tablet just about a week ago.
Samsung's Chromebook hasn’t even officially shipped yet, but a developer by the name of Olof Johansson has already managed to load up Ubuntu on the $249 laptop.
It’s no secret that Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth wants the highly versatile Ubuntu loaded and running on mobile devices like tablets.
The much anticipated Linux version of Valve's digital download platform Steam will reach beta mode next week.
The BeagleBoard organization recently announced the availability of over 20 new plug-in boards for its ARM-powered computer platform - which runs both Google Android 4.0 and Linux Ubuntu.
Dell is prepping a dev-centric laptop that runs Ubuntu 12.04 on XPS13 Ultrabook hardware.
The $70 Mele A1000 Android box has certainly been generating a lot of attention within the mobile dev and modding community.
There is a new trend in smartphones in turning them into computers, and now a new program is bringing the same kind of operating system that real PCs use.
Canonical has confirmed plans to expand its Ubuntu Linux distribution to tablets, smartphones and other mobile interactive devices.
It's the look and feel of the 1980s with all the horse power of the 2010s.
Today's roundup from SmallCloudBuilder and SmallNetBuilder includes a how to for building your own firewall, a review of Ubuntu's new cloud storage and sync service, new "daily news" apps for the iPad and more.
A talented XDA-Dev team member has managed to boot Ubuntu Linux on Samsung's Galaxy-class Tab.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a rig that combined x86 and ARM architecture onto a single, seamless platform? Well, you can stop fantasizing, because switching between an ARM-based OS and Windows 7 is now as simple as pressing alt+tab.
Canonical is reportedly prepping a tablet-specific version of its popular Linux flavor.