Linus Torvalds has called it “the biggest release of all time”. Check out what are the key changes in the recently released Linux Kernel 5.8.
In the crowd of video conferencing tools, BigBlueButton stands out for its focus on providing helpful features tailored for online teaching.
You can use any code editor for HTML but using an editor with dedicated features for web developers and designers can help a great deal. Check out our list of open source HTML editors.
Video Trimmer is a dead simple tool to trim videos quickly without re-encoding it. It doesn’t do anything else other than trimming videos and that’s by design.
The biggest name in computer vision, OpenCV project announced its Raspberry Pi like hardware kits for developing AI projects with OpenCV.
espanso is a cross-platform text expander tool written in Rust. A text expander lets you use shortcuts instead of typing long words and sentences.
Working remote and looking for an open source video conferencing solution for hosting online meeting? Here are some of the best tools you can use.
Flutter is Google’s open-source UI toolkit that helps developers build native apps tailored for Web. It can now be used to build apps for Linux desktop as well.
If things go well, you’ll have Btrfs as the default filesystem on Fedora starting with the Fedora 33 release. Here are more details on this topic.
RecApp is a simple open-source screen recorder tool. It doesn’t boast of huge features but gives you enough to record your screen with a simple user interface.