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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
The Fall is a dark, action platformer based on the unison of atmosphere, adventure and exploration.
Samsung manufactured the current Nexus 10, but it seems Asus has taken over as the maker of the next version of Nexus 10.
The new entrant to the Angry Birds series, Angry Birds Star Wars II is finally here!
Finland based Jolla Mobile has officially announced android app compatibility and technical specifications for their first smartphone.
CloudOn, one of the leading mobile productivity platforms that allows users to create, edit and share documents in real time across devices, has joined the advisory board of The Document Foundation (TDF).
The project has now been incorporated as a company. Steve Kondik, the founder of CyanogenMod, has announced that they have received $7-million of series A funding from Benchmark Capital and Redpoint Ventures.
Though Samsung has promised to provide 64 bit support in its mobile devices, Google has been quiet on that front. There might be no need for an announcement as the support might just be already there. In fact a recent ars technica report just confirms the same.
The BlackBerry Messenger is slated for a Friday release on the Android platform, though will be exclusive to Samsung Galaxy devices for the first three months.
IBM is investing $1 billion in new Linux and open source technologies for IBM's Power Systems servers.
Google Drive android App gets a facelift.
"Linux is the future of Gaming" are the words loud and clear during the keynote by Gabe Newell, the CEO of Valve Software, at Linux Foundation's 2013 North American LinuxCon event.
The Linux Foundation today released a report called "Linux Kernel Development: How Fast It is Going, Who is Doing It, What They Are Doing and Who is Sponsoring It."
Today I will show you how to make a manual backup of your Ubuntu Touch system and then to restore it.
Many Ubuntu users, including myself, are excited about the work Canonical are doing on their mobile platform - Ubuntu Touch.
I have been using Ubuntu Touch 13.10 as a daily driver on my Nexus 7 for about two and a half months now. There are a few minor hiccups and setbacks, but I can honestly say that it has improved drastically from the original MWC Demo.
Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular devices around. Educators, enthusiats, students and even Googlers love it.
Intel and Google have announced new Chromebooks powered by the much talked about Haswell processors.
Red Hat is offering free (as in beer) Storage Test Drives through Amazon Web Services (AWS) to give customers a hands-on experience.
Android continues to be the leading operating system.
Good news for Raspberry Pi users, there are brand new images of openSUSE for this revolutionary device.
Open Source is all about collaboration and contribution and two leading communities are working towards making Wayland a reality.