The Gemini PDA from Planet Computers is an ultra-thin, clamshell mobile device with a tactile keyboard. Sporting a 5.99″ screen, QWERTY keyboard, 4G & Wi-Fi, deca-core CPU, and an open source bootloader that supports multi-boot, it caught our attention straight away when it popped up on Indiegogo. It is a great little pocket rocket and having a landscape orientation and hardware keyboard, is well suited for a native Kali installation with a full LXQT desktop environment.
Source: Kali Linux for the Gemini PDA | Kali Linux
Hacker installs Ubuntu Linux alongside Tesla’s operating system in their Model 3.
Source: Hacker Performs Awesome Tesla Model 3 Ubuntu Linux Infotainment System Mod | HotHardware
When it comes to exploring the boundaries of technology, some people tend to go very far in their approach. One Tesla model 3 owner dedicated to try and install the Ubuntu operating system on his car. Surprisingly, this works without too many problems and doesn’t necessarily cause any stability issues. Although not everyone wants Linux […]
Source: Tesla Owner Successfully Dual-boots Linux and TeslaOS – NullTX
Valve’s Steam Link hardware may be dead, but the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ lets it live on as intended.
Source: Make Your Own Steam Link Box With Linux And Raspberry Pi
Welcome to our fourth and final release of 2018, Kali Linux 2018.4, which is available for immediate download. This release brings our kernel up to version 4.18.10, fixes numerous bugs, and includes many updated packages.
Source: Kali Linux 2018.4 Release | Kali Linux
IBM agreed to acquire software maker Red Hat Inc. in a $33.4 billion bet on jump-starting its efforts to catch up in the cloud.
Source: IBM to Acquire Linux Distributor Red Hat for $33.4 Billion – Bloomberg
Everything you need to safely browse the Internet. Protect your privacy. Defend yourself against network surveillance and traffic analysis.
Source: Tor Browser 8.0.3 – Neowin
Linux 4.19 has arrived with new CAKE router tech, WiFi 6 support, and a lightweight EROFS file system. Meanwhile, Linus Torvalds returned to duty from his self-imposed time-out to publicly discuss the new Code of Conduct.
Source: Linus returns to the helm as Linux 4.19 ships with new conduct code