A lot more people are taking up the entrepreneurial route these days. To the uninitiated it looks very easy; you are your own boss and can do whatever you wish. But someone who has already taken the plunge knows that being an entrepreneur is a lot tougher – whether working as a freelancer or the founder of a start- up, you will almost always find yourself donning several hats. While managing everything is relatively easy when you are small, it can become a daunting task to manage things when you start growing rapidly. Multitasking becomes a real skill as you negotiate with clients, send proposals and work on current assignments. With all this chaos, you certainly don’t want to miss out on payments – after all, that’s what you’re working for!
Samsung hoped that case would allow it to knock out two patents that Apple had successfully used against it in the long-running patent war between the two smartphone leaders. Last month, Samsung lawyers filed papers arguing that Apple's patents on universal search and "swipe-to-unlock" are exactly the type of basic ideas that the US Supreme Court wants to see rejected.
I still see people installing new Linux distributions, one after the other, on their "production" laptops and desktops. I don't. Sure, I fire up live images via USB or old-timey CD/DVD fairly regularly. But I almost never do full, bare-metal installs on hardware I'm actually using.
Phabricator is an open source Project Management tool, which is built using PHP language and available under Apache 2.0 open source license for Linux, MacOSX and can be run in any platform, it can even run in windows but it is totally based on Linux support. Phabricator has been used by Facebook before. The first version of phabricator was built by facebook with lots of features such as reviewing and auditing codes, tracking bugs etc.
Tropico 5 is a construction and management simulation video game first released for Windows earlier this year, but today is seeing its first time of having a Tropico title on Linux. Tropico 5 is powered by Haemimont Games' own in-house game engine and builds on the success of earlier titles in the Tropico series.
Cannon Brawl has just been released for Linux and quite rightfully deserves a write up, as it's really quite fun. The game has just moved out of Early Access after the Linux version was released, so time to take a peek at the beast.
PlayOnLinux is available for most distributions.
If you are using Ubuntu or Mint then it will be available in the Software Centre and for other distributions it will be in the equivalent package managers.
AntiMicro 2.6 Yields Greater Compatibility For Gamepads On Linux
AntiMicro continues to be GPLv3 licensed and works not only on Linux but also modern versions of Windows for mapping keyboard/mouse controls to a gamepad. The Linux support though remains dependent upon an X.Org Server and its libraries.