⚡ Official back cover will add a hardware keyboard, wireless charging, NFC and more

"Days after announcing the PineCom PDA, the PINE team has released another blog post announcing their progress for October 2020. This includes several plans, such as the PineTime budget smartwatch finally starting shipping with the Infinitime firmware, more details on the Pinecil RISC-V soldering iron and more on the SOEdge (AI) and PineCube...."

Read more:
tuxphones.com/pinephone-cover-

Plasma 5.20, by all accounts a massive release, is here. Plasma 5.20 comes with tons of new features and improvements which will make your Plasma desktop experience easier, smoother and more fun.

kde.org/announcements/plasma-5

Poll: if the PDA (see latest article) was already available for sale (hypothetically around $100), which one between it and the would you rather buy, and why?

📰 PINE64 to launch , a cheaper, modem-free -like PDA

"The first PinePhone, initially launched (more or less) as a cheaper alternative to the Librem 5, gained enormous success thanks to continuous efforts by both software developers and the team, releasing several variants, upgrading specifications and making this $150 Linux phone probably much better than most people would have expected, to the point of having several..."

Read more:
tuxphones.com/pine64-pinecom-l

Updates on : GPU is much stabler on kernel 5.9! Also battery indicator support is finally being merged into the upstream Linux tree, fingers crossed for how soon this will happen though: lists.sr.ht/~postmarketos/upst

I have been testing several Linux flavours on my Google Nexus 5 for a while, and have condensed my general thoughts on it in this article, where I also tried to compare it with the more popular "true Linux" smartphones on the market.

tuxphones.com/google-nexus-5-a

I have been testing several Linux flavours on my Google Nexus 5 for a while, and have condensed my general thoughts on it in this article, where I also tried to compare it with the more popular "true Linux" smartphones on the market.

tuxphones.com/google-nexus-5-a

Adventures of porting postmarketOS to the Librem 5

"I’ve been longing to drop the shackles of Android ever since I made the decision to stop using my Nokia N900. Nokia had given up on Linux phones, and it was clear that there would be no further security patches for my favorite smartphone of all time. "

puri.sm/posts/adventures-of-po

Guest post by @craftyguy

#privacy #freedom #security

📰 Puri_sm announces Android app support for the

"With the Purism blog featuring frequent updates about both the internals and the software development progress of this "pure Linux" phone, several changes are occurring under the hood all the way up to the Evergreen batch, which is supposed to be the first "production ready" hardware revision. The latest change arrives with the in-depth integration of Anbox in the Debian-based PureOS..."

Read more: tuxphones.com/purism-librem-5-

Got some speedups in the megapixels app for the

This is with the rear camera running at 1080p, it can also do 5MP but that halves the framerate.

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