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|Story||This Android Tablet Has a 50″ Projector Built In…And It’s Amazing||Rianne Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 12:07pm|
|Story||Firefox OS Shows Continued Global Growth||Rianne Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 12:00pm|
|Story||Tails OS Will Keep You Anonymous Online and Offline||Rianne Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 11:56am|
|Story||Breaking: Netflix now runs on Linux without tweaks||Roy Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 7:39am|
|Story||The CoreOS Threat, Real Adobe Issue, and openSUSE 13.2 RC1||Roy Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 7:34am|
|Story||Cylon Linux Gives GNOME Fans Glamour Galore||Roy Schestowitz||10/10/2014 - 7:30am|
|Story||Fedora 21 Alpha Release Has Three Flavors||Roy Schestowitz||09/10/2014 - 11:31pm|
|Story||Commentary: 8 reasons why government contractors should embrace open source software||Roy Schestowitz||09/10/2014 - 7:10pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Gaming||Roy Schestowitz||09/10/2014 - 6:51pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||09/10/2014 - 6:50pm|
meandubuntu.wordpress: After a very long wait, my Dell Inspiron Mini 10 finally arrived today! Huzzah! I wanted to get a little netbook, and I had two criteria:
computerworld.com: I really don't know how this rumor got started, but there are people talking about Dell no longer shipping Ubuntu-powered PCs. Nothing could be further from the truth.
tuxradar.com: Now in its seventh iteration, codenamed Gloria, Linux Mint aims to bring easy-to-use Linux to the masses. There is far more to Mint than just Ubuntu minus the brown colour scheme. Read on.
ibeentoubuntu.com: Ubuntu began having serious release issues in 8.04, when the developers replaced the venerable Enlightenment Sound Daemon (ESD) with the newly minted Pulse Audio for the sound system.
The KnowARC1 project brings Globus2 packages to Debian Linux, paving the way for many Grid projects to be included in the popular distribution.
samiux.wordpress: By using Ksplice Uptrack, your Ubuntu Desktop or Server 9.04 will become rebootless even the kernel is updated.
berkeleylug.com: Over the past few years, Ubuntu has slowly emerged as the champion among Linux distros – having great application support, a huge and active community and having begun making major inroads in the netbook/laptop market.
linux-mag.com: Firefox is the perfect browser, right? Well, it’s probably the best on the market — but that doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. Firefox has several annoyances — some large, some small — that we’d like to see fixed for 4.0.
I'm sure most of (if not all) KDE users are familiar with Gwenview, especially since it became the default image viewer in KDE4. Gwenview is not only a powerful viewer for images, but also a basic image manipulation application, and with version 2.3 it allows even video previews.
h-online.com: A new version of the nv driver supports later NVIDIA GPUs. Drivers giving 3D support for later Radeon GPUs are making progress, and so is code for running the X server without root rights.
news.cnet.com: Back in the day, Netbooks ran Linux and packed solid-state drives. But Windows XP and big hard disk drives have prevailed.
kde.org: The KDE Team has released another release candidate for KDE called "Canteras". It contains only few changes compared to RC1 which suggests that the 4.3 is stabilizing and shaping up well for the 4.3.0 release on 28th of July.
toolbox.com/blogs: Ever since I started using Linux I have been a KDE advocate. Even though I have experimented with different window managers I always seemed to slide back home to KDE territory. Not any more.
- 5 reasons the Google Chrome OS is a f*#$ing bad idea
- Are these Google Chrome OS screenshots?
- Google Chrome OS partners announced
- The necessity of a Google Linux operating system
- Linux Distros and Google Chrome: Friend or Foe?
- Rumors abound that Microsoft is launching an online version of Office
- Google's Chrome OS might well fail
- Chrome OS: What Is Google's Goal?
- And Now Google Wants My Netbook Too
- Hardware Partners Rally Behind Chrome OS, But Not Intel
- Google Chrome - one day on...
- Will ChromeOS make Google more loved or hated in open source world?
- Google's OS could cause trouble for Apple
- Can Google Chrome OS Eventually Integrate into the Enterprise?
- Go Google Chrome OS! Just don't go too fast, too far
- Google Chrome OS: Five Pros And Five Cons
- Are Google & Microsoft Switching Roles?
- Linux Reaction Mixed to Google's New Chrome OS
- Chrome OS is Worse, That’s the Point
- Google: The World's Most Successful Failure?
- OS Wars (Part III):Sibling Rivalry between Chrome and Ubuntu
- Podcast: The Chrome OS advantage over Linux
- Microsoft hands the victory to Chrome OS
- What is Google’s Goal with its Chrome OS?
pcworld.com: A claim of a software vulnerability in a program used to connect securely to servers across the Internet is likely a hoax, according to an analyst with the SANS Internet Storm Center.
cnet.com: Red Hat is at the top of its game right now, delivering quarter after quarter of impressive performance despite (or, perhaps, because of) a global recession. But it wasn't always thus. Despite a meteoric initial public offering in 1999, Red Hat spent years fumbling about for a winning game plan, dabbling in technologies that took it far beyond its core competence in operating systems.
computerworld.com: Whether you prefer Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X, you can probably get almost everything you need done with your chosen OS. However, sometimes a task demands an OS that you are not currently using. That's where virtualization programs like Sun Microsystem's VirtualBox 3.0 come in.
linux-mag.com: Linux distributions strive to include all the useful applications that users will need, but a quality video editor has been lacking for quite some time. Now with KDE4 getting better and better, could an application like Kdenlive fill that gap?
repasik.com: Instant Messanging (IM) clients are not a very popular topic in the FOSS and Linux community, most talk about browsers, music applications and just plain distros. Many may think there are only three to five instant messaging applications for Linux, but the open-source community offers much more than just a few. Here's a list.
techradar.com: The great thing about Linux distro development, when compared with OS X or Vista, is that the whole process is transparent. You can see at any stage what the developers are planning, and even download the latest build of your favourite distribution.