The Raspberry Pi's main operating system, Raspbian, just got a brand new look from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Dubbed PIXEL, it's a skin for Raspbian that modernises the interface, adds some new programs and makes it much more pleasant to use. Let's take a closer look at your Pi's new appearance.
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The newest version of Apple's operating system, macOS Sierra, won't drop until spring, but a public beta is open to anyone gutsy enough to install it right now. If you'd rather leave your Mac alone but you're still curious about what's new, don't worry, we'll take a look at all the new features.
Ubuntu released 'Quantal Quetzal', the next iteration of its well-regarded Linux distribution, today,Here's what you'll find in the new version.
Google announced the next version of Android, named Jelly Bean, today at its Google IO conference (check out our liveblog for the blow-by-blow description). Jelly Bean has a lot of improvements in notifications, speed and smoothness, and a new feature called Google Now that gives you useful real-time information based on where you are and what's coming up in your calendar.
Windows/Mac/Linux: XBMC, our favourite software for setting up a custom media centre, upgraded to a new version this weekend with lots of new features. Here's a look at what you'll find.
The Commonwealth Bank's new Kaching app offers NFC and peer-to-peer payments on iPhones. Despite being launched today, you won't be able to get your hands on it for another "few months" (the official estimate of when it will be available). But you can get a feel for how it works with this quick screenshot tour.
We toured OS X Lion back when the original developer preview was released, but the most recent Developer Preview 3 has introduced a few new changes. Here's a look at the latest stuff you can expect when version 10.7 is released later this year.
Google gave us a glimpse of Android 3.0 Honeycomb at CES earlier this year, but today they released their new SDK and some details on the upcoming OS. Here's a look through what we can expect from the next version of Android.