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The independent magazine for the Ubuntu Linux community. Full Circle is a free, independent, monthly PDF magazine dedicated to the Ubuntu family of Linux operating systems. Each month, it contains helpful how-to articles and reader submitted stories.

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  • A short weekly podcast giving just the news, no chit-chat, no banter, just FOSS/Ubuntu/Linux news.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer at 65

Paul Allen, who helped build the personal computer industry as co-founder of Microsoft, has died at age 65. He died on Monday afternoon from complications of non-Hodgkin’s (...)

16 October
Google’s Test For Censored Chinese Search Engine Impressive: Sundar Pichai

Google is developing a censored search engine for penetrating the Chinese market. Dubbed as the project Dragonfly, the search engine will suppress the search results that will (...)

16 October
Ubuntu Touch OTA-5 Is Out for Ubuntu Phones with New Morph Browser, Improvements

With the Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 finally rebasing the mobile OS on the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system series, the UBports team can now concentrate their efforts (...)

15 October
Linux Smartphone Librem 5 Will Ship With GNOME 3.32

Last month, Purism announced that its Librem 5 Linux smartphone will ship in April 2019; earlier, it was scheduled to arrive in January 2019. It seems that the developers will (...)

15 October
Watch Boston Dynamic’s Humanoid Robot Do Parkour Like A Pro

couple of years ago when Boston Dynamics unveiled a new generation of Atlas robot, it was capable of strolling in the woods, balancing on one leg and do a backflip. The last (...)

12 October
Microsoft: we’ve got your back, Linux, here are 60,000 patents to protect you

Microsoft loves Linux. And it really wants to prove it. In lieu of a wedding ring, the company has decided to show its dedication to open-source software by joining the Open (...)

12 October
Punkt: A minimalist Android for the paranoid

Readers cry out for more diversity in the phone world, but few alternatives are as striking as Punkt’s take on Android. Petter Neby, founder and CEO of the Swiss design-led (...)

11 October
Bpftrace should become Dtrace successor for Linux

Earlier this year, it became known that the original Dtrace analysis tool created by Sun – thanks to a license change by the owner Oracle – could also come on Linux. Long-time (...)

11 October
KDE Plasma 5.14 Released: What’s New In The Popular Linux Desktop

Plasma is one of the most popular Linux desktop environments around; it’s loved by new open source enthusiasts and veterans alike. To bring a fresh and updated experience to (...)

10 October
Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 2 Is Now Based on Debian GNU/Linux 9.5 “Stretch”

Coming about five months after the release of version 1.02, Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 2 has been updated over the weekend to version 1.03, which is now available for download. (...)

10 October

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