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My Top 5 N900 Applications

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: Apps, apps, apps! They make or break an operating system (mobile or otherwise). I've had my N900 for over four months now, and I use it at least four or more hours per day. The following are my top five applications.

Full Steam ahead with CrossOver Games 9.0 beta

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Software Valve have released an entirely rewritten version of Steam today. And since Steam is a large part of what our customers use CrossOver Games for, we've been forced to rush out a release to provide that support.

What Do You Want From NVIDIA's Next Driver?

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  • What Do You Want From NVIDIA's Next Driver?
  • Nvidia Will Unify Desktop, Laptop Drivers

Good and Bads of LXDE

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saleem-khan.blogspot: LXDE is a relatively new and highly adoptable free and open source desktop environment. Although designed to work on the older resource-constrained computers it works very well on new generation computers.

Corporate contributions and open source innovation in the context of NoSQL

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Software The rise of the NoSQL movement is also highly relevant in the context of open source software, however, especially in relation to two key issues related to open source software.

Thoughts on Nautilus

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Software With the release of Nautilus-Elementary 2.30, I've been thinking quite a bit about File Browsers. I did a comparison of the 4 file browsers I see the most often, but now I'd like to focus a bit more on just Nautilus and Nautilus-Elementary.

A Dozen GNOME Themes

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Software Now there are plenty of sites that have posted their top 10, top 16, top 25, even their top 50 themes for GNOME, but some how their lists always include the same designs over and over. The goal here is to look at some newer and/or forgotten themes.

Download music from Amazon with clamz

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Software Lately I have been going on and on about the Ubuntu Music Store. So much so, it would seem I have forgotten the other music store that is friends to Linux. Not so. I am still a fan of the Amazon MP3 store.

More cool gnome-shell tips and tricks

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HowTos Because of this stability I feel confident that, with the help of these (and more) tips, you can also become an early adopter of GNOME 3 and be ahead of the curve. In this article you will see a few more of these tips.

VMware Workstation in Linux - Fantastic!

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Software I am a great fan of virtualization products, VMware in particular. Player, Server, ESXi, they all offer a range of creative, useful solutions to the computer user when it comes to running multiple instances of various operating systems, all at once.

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