Blackphone unveils a new phone and tablet running secure, encrypted Android
Today at Mobile World Congress, the encrypted phone system Blackphone announced a new phone and tablet, along with a new business focus on enterprise. The phone is called the Blackphone 2, a successor to the first Blackphone shown at MWC last year, but adds a new processor, better screen, and a larger profile overall. The tablet, called the Blackphone+, is slated for release in the fall. Both run Blackphone's secure OS, forked off of Android, which is designed to protect metadata and provide end-to-end encryption throughout.
Oracle VirtualBox Updates to run on Linux 4.0 Kernel
The open-source VirtualBox virtualization project is out with its 4.3.24 update today providing a number of important updates and bug fixes.
Qbo Is an AI-Driven Ubuntu-Powered Cute Little Robot - Video
We've seen some interesting devices coming out of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the small Ubuntu-powered Qbo robot is just one them.
Linux fans already kind of knew what to expected to see in Barcelona. Many Ubuntu fans were looking to check out the first Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition phone and their curiosity was satisfied, but now we have something that it's equally interesting, and that is a small robot.
Ubuntu MATE Is One of the Last Major Distros to Officially Support PowerPC
Ubuntu MATE has been providing PowerPC support for some time now, but the developers have made some serious improvements to this particular feature in the latest 15.04 Beta 1 update.
Ubuntu 15.04 Flavors Beta 1 Available to Download
Ubuntu 15.04 flavors have a first beta version, it now available to download and install for testing. In this release, There are only available images for Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Gnome, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu and ubuntu cloud.
Mozilla's *Really* Important News: Thunderbird Lives
So why does that matter? After all, there are lots of ways of accessing email, so why should we care whether Thunderbird has been semi-abandoned or not? As I wrote at the end of 2013, the world has changed dramatically in the wake of Edward Snowden's leaks about massive surveillance of our online activities. That makes using encryption crucial, and that, in its turn, gives Thunderbird a renewed importance, because it is currently one of the most popular ways for using GNU Privacy Guard, the free software version of the core PGP technology, via Enigmail. Indeed, it's fascinating to see from the Thunderbird blog post on "Active Daily Installations" that privacy-loving Germany headed the list with 1.7 million out of a total of 9.3 million (UK could only manage a rather feeble 254,000.)
Install Steam In Ubuntu/Linux Mint And Play Amazing Games On Linux
You are using Linux and thinking Linux does not support gaming.! If so, let me tell you that you are not aware of Steam. Steam is a gaming client that lets you play amazing games on Linux system. There are hundreds of free and paid games that you can play without searching the entire web. All at one place and easy to install! So let's get started!