The Latest Features For Linux Performance Management + Benchmark Monitoring
There's numerous recent features to talk about this weekend for those interested in tracking Linux system performance, monitoring upstream projects for performance regressions, and carrying out other similar work using open-source software on Linux / BSD / OS X / Solaris.
Vivaldi Web Browser Gets New Update and Options
Vivaldi, a web browser based on Chromium built by Opera founder that's aimed mostly at power users, has been updated one more and is now available for download.
Mozilla Changes Firefox OS Strategy Due To Android’s Popularity
Mozilla’s chief executive announced major switch of strategy to boost Firefox OS market share. Unlike its previous program with focus on price, Firefox will finally deliver “quality.”
You Should Not be Afraid of Arch Linux, Here's Why
I don't know why, but I always had this desire of installing new operating systems and discover by myself how they work, how software packages are installed, removed, updated, and how they differ from other OSes.
I’ve been living like a savage barbarian the past week and I don’t like it one bit. In fact, my life has been inconvenienced more times than not, it’s been filled with various frustrations, and from time to time certain tasks that were once simple have been much harder.
Experts have argued that the recently released Android Lollipop is the best performing operating software that Google has ever produced. The software, which was first released in October 2014 and updated with Android 5.1 in February 2015, boasts a sleeker, faster and more beautiful display. Its kinder on the battery and is fit to be used not only on phones and tablets, but also on watches.
We suspected it was going to be released this weekend and here it is, the Android 5.1.1 OTA is starting to roll out to some T-Mobile users. The update's approval was confirmed by the operator's product evangelist Des on Twitter and Google+ a few hours ago and it has appeared on T-Mobile's product support pages.
Twitch is now offering video-on-demand (VOD) service to users of their mobile apps. However, if you're using the Android version, you actually need to do more than just receive an update from the Google Play store.
In less than a week, San Francisco's Moscone Center will host Google's annual I/O developer conference – geeks from all around the world will gather to polish their coding skills and see Google's latest technologies in action. Needless to say, we'll be also keeping a close eye at the event as many of the announcements made there will be of great interest to us and our readers. To be more specific, Google is likely to preview a new version of its Android operating system. Major announcements regarding Android Wear, Android TV, and Android Auto, among other Google products and services, are being rumored as well.
Details about a NTFS-3G vulnerability that has been found and fixed in Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) have been published by Canonical in a security notice.
Ubuntu Touch to Get Improved Desktop Mode with Next Update
Canonical is preparing a major new update for Ubuntu Touch, but it will take a while until it's going to be ready. From the looks of it, the devs are preparing some interesting improvements and updates.