Three Companies Bringing Innovation to Open Keyboards

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As open source hardware becomes a real thing, companies work to redesign the keyboard from the ground up using open designs. […]

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What Desktop Innovation Needs to Succeed

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Although changes made to Linux desktop environments over the last decade have given innovation a bad name, some, like KDE’s Activities, show promise. […]

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How User Revolts Shaped the Linux Desktop

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The user revolts against KDE 4, GNOME 3, and Unity have left desktop Linux developers with a fear of innovation, exactly when that’s what’s needed. […]

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Why Gnome 2 Continues to Win the Desktop Popularity Contest

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Eight years after the Gnome 2 desktop was replaced by Gnome 3, the older desktop environment remains one of the most used interfaces on desktop Linux. […]

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Where Open Hardware Is Today

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From the open source RISC-V processor and Open Compute Project server designs to prosthetics and other items made with 3D printers, open source hardware is here to stay. […]

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