Portus listens to the notifications sent by the Docker registry and uses them to populate its own database.
Using this data Portus can be used to navigate through all the namespaces and the repositories that have been pushed to the registry.
The first beta of syslog-ng 3.7 was released last week. The highlights of this release include Java and Python support merged from the syslog-ng incubator and an interactive syslog-ng.conf debugger. Other features include batched event sending to riemann, IPv6 netmask filter, and the HOSTID and UNIQID macros. For a complete list of changes, check https://github.com/balabit/syslog-ng/releases/tag/syslog-ng-3.7.0beta1
Valve already announced that it's launching a $50 (€46) device called Steam Link that will help users stream games from one computer to the TV, but that's already possible with Raspberry Pi.
Valve wants to take over the living room, and one way of doing that is by providing users with a simple, clear way of streaming their games from the PC to the TV. Sure enough, this can be done easily with an HDMI cable or by moving the PC closer to the TV, but who wants to have all that mess lying around.
Some of you might have already heard about Supergiant Games because they are also responsible for the excellent Bastion, which is one of the first games to make an appearance on Linux, from the new generation of high-quality titles. Transistor is built in the same vein as Bastion, but it's rather different in many respects.
I know, I used that terrible free to play term in a title again didn’t I! They are doing it in an odd way too, with only one map playable unless you buy DLC.
I tested some early builds for the game last year, and it showed promised, but I'm not sure entirely what to think about it right now. Personally, I prefer the Civilization games, but it's still early days yet for Demise Of Nations: Rome.
Ever since my "tiny $20 tablet" project (see my Open-Source Classroom column in the March 2015 issue), I've been looking for more and more cool things to do with cheap Android devices. Although the few obvious ones like XBMC or Plex remotes work well, I've recently found that having Android devices around the house means I can gain back an old-school ability that went out of style in the late 1980s—namely, an intercom system.
Rawalpindi is a vibrant Pakistani city known for its bazaars, ancient ruins, and array of religious shrines. But if you pay it a visit on Google Maps, you're going to notice something very unusual on the outskirts of the city — the Android "droid" mascot urinating on the Apple logo.
Sick of all the Apple Watch news today? You're in luck, because we have something completely different for you. An image of an Android mascot, also known as an Android bot or Bugdroid, peeing on an Apple logo has been discovered on Google Maps.
Google and Apple have always had their differences, but a new Easter egg inside Google Maps has just taken their rivalry to a whole new level. As spotted by Team Android, if you head to these coordinates with the regular Map view enabled, you'll see Google's iconic Android mascot taking a leak on the Apple logo. At the moment, it's unclear who created this little piece of mischief and whether Google is taking action. But if this hidden message is any indication, it was snuck through by a member of the public using Google's Map Maker service, rather than a Google employee. Regardless, it's a crazy (and pretty hilarious) addition that's sure to rile some of the employees in Cupertino. Shots fired!
Four models from Sony’s 2015 Android TV-powered 4K television range are now available for pre-order, with shipping to begin in May.
The Japanese electronics giant unveiled its 4K TV lineup for 2015 at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, but kept pricing and release information to itself, only saying the new sets would be available sometime in the spring. Those details are finally here and the TVs themselves aren’t far off.
That Google is working on iOS support for Android Wear is nearly undeniable at this point, but even more evidence has surfaced in case you aren’t a believer. We peeked inside the latest Android Wear update APK to see what hidden bits were swarming about, and we came across some very interesting references.
A few weeks ago, an Android 5.1.1 update mysteriously appeared alongside an update for Google’s Android SDK. Earlier this week, Google finally confirmed the Nexus Android 5.1.1 release with an update for its Nexus Player. With an Android 5.1.1 update now on the minds of Nexus users, particularly Nexus 5 users dealing with Android 5.0 Lollipop problems, we want to take a look at what we expect from the Nexus 5 Android 5.1 release from Google.
The Turing Phone Is Super Durable and Ultra Secure
The device also sports a 13MP/8MP camera combo, 64GB / 128GB of internal storage and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.