Keep up with what is new in : Plasma Mobile Gear 21.08 is out and it comes with general improvements to speed and stability and new features for the clock, podcast and weather apps.

is getting brand new sounds! The participants in the LMMS + KDE Plasma Mobile Audio Competition have created some amazing ringtones, alarms and system sounds; and you can check them out right now:

Join the KDE + LMMS Sound Competition today! The rules now let you choose which subset of sounds you can send! The deadline is June 13th 11:59 PM (UTC).

And, remember: You can win KDE goodies and get your work promoted on social media!


Check other people's submissions and send yours to

The KDE + LMMS Sound Competition is happening right now! Win KDE goodies and get your work promoted on social media to the tens of thousands of our followers. The deadline is until June 13th 11:59 PM (UTC).

Check out the rules & details at

Looking for inspiration? Check other people's submissions and send yours to

We can't wait to literally hear what you make for us!

Pre-Orders for the KDE Community edition are open! Get a glimpse of the future of free and open mobile phones, experiment with all the new features, and help us turn into a mature mobile OS.


's third weekly update: Improvements to contacts on Kaidan (instant messaging app), an upcoming mobile BibTex app, better usability for Calindori calendar app, and tons of back-end tweaks.

Starting today, weekly news. This week: meet the new Plasma Nano shell, a more stable dialer, file previews for Index and much more. Also: don't miss the videos!

on postmarketOS running on Pine64's Pinephone development kit.

The team had their very first sprint and they ported PlaMo to new devices, improved the graphic interface, and made developing and packaging apps for the system easier and more fun. Read all about it at:

AMA (Ask Me Anything) on tomorrow at 18:00 CET. The developers will be taking time out of their busy sprint to answer everything you ever wanted to know about Plasma Mobile.

Don't miss it!

It hasn't been 24 hours since the end of and developers have already made there way from Brussels to Berlin for a week-long development sprint. Expect great things!

Work in Progress: running on Asus ZenFone 5, an x86-based phone.

Tech Republic's Jack Wallen thinks KDE is on to something with :

"There is absolutely no question that this interface will be as user-friendly as those found on either Android or iOS."

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