Anbox Runs Android In Your Linux Without Emulation
In a recent article, we talked about android emulators for Ubuntu or Linux in general. Most of the time we need to play a game or try some applications on android or even when we don’t have a smartphone we opt to use an emulator to try applications. A fan on facebook let us know about Anbox and asked for the tutorial on Anbox installation in Linux. So here you have how to install Anbox in Linux.
The Firefox web browser is in a bit of a moving state right now in regards to the browser's add-on system and add-ons that are available for it.
Mozilla plans to make Firefox 57 the first version of the browser that supports only WebExtensions. WebExtensions in plain old English are very similar to Google Chrome extensions, only that the Firefox version supports more powerful add-ons than Google Chrome does once Mozilla reaches feature parity with Chrome.
Containers is a new feature of the Firefox web browser that is currently being tested and in active development.
The feature allows you to launch websites and services in containers to separate them from one another in various ways.
There won’t be a Replicant 6.0 SDK because there is already something better
And you can help making it accessible to more GNU/Linux users!
We have decided not to create a Replicant 6.0 SDK as part of the upcoming Replicant 6.0 release. For three previous Replicant versions (2.2, 4.0 and 4.2), a SDK was provided.
Replicant offered its own SDK because the Android SDK released by Google is distributed under a non-free license and suggests installing non-free plug-ins such as the Google APIs. For a long time, Replicant has provided the only Android SDK that is available under a free license and that doesn’t offer to install non-free software.
Also: Halium is in the air!