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The Ubuntu Touch saga continues, and today we would like to inform our readers about some of the latest changes coming in the next major update, the OTA-13, as well as about some good news.
2000 universities and 4000 academics are already aboardGoogle will train two million Android developers across India over the next three years.…
Chromebooks are very cool and incredibly cheap portable laptops, powered by Chrome OS, a Linux kernel-based operating system, but it might turn out that Chrome OS is a very limited operating system.
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? There is a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling from some of our favorites.
NBC has patented new technology which targets large-scale swarms of torrent users in the hunt for copyright infringers.
After announcing the release of the PCLinuxOS 64 Xfce 2016.07 and PCLinuxOS 64 LXDE 2016.07 distributions, the time has come for you to download PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity 2016.07 Community Edition.
Linux kernel 4.7 final is soon to be released and now here is some announcement about Linux Kernel 4.7 by Linus Torvalds. The Release Candidate Linux kernel 4.7 rc7 is here.
As we know, we can’t do any work in system without browser help like, for browsing something, checking mails, net banking access, chatting, etc.., here I’m going to show you modern web browsers which are active, under development and widely using in Linux Desktops.
Vivaldi released a new snapshot version for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows, bringing multiple fixes and improvements.
Mele has launched a “Star Cloud PCG03” mini-PC that runs Ubuntu on a quad-core Atom Z3735F with 2GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, three USB ports, Ethernet, and WiFi. Shenzhen Mele Digital Technology Ltd. has released an Ubuntu 14.04 equipped Star Cloud PCG03 mini-PC based on its earlier Windows-based Mini PC PCG09 and Mini PC PCG03. Like […]
You could keep worrying about being forced to upgrade to Windows 10, or you could try the best of all Linux desktops: Mint 18.
Advantech’s server-class SOM-5991 COM Express module runs Linux on up to 16-core Xeon D-1500 processors, and offers dual 10GBase-KR ports and PCIe with NTB. We’ve seen a number of embedded boards supporting server-class Xeon E3-1200 SoCs from Intel’s Skylake architecture, such as Seco’s COMe-B09-BT6 COM Express Basic Type 6 module. Yet, Advantech’s SOM-5991, which uses […]
Azat Mardan, a technology fellow at Capital One and author of more than a dozen books, has a few pieces of advice for tech professionals still looking for the right job.read more
Linux Mint 18 has been out for a little while now, and the reviews have started to come in. Find out what reviewers think about the latest version of Linux Mint. Is it the best Linux Mint yet?
Canonical's Michael Vogt was happy to announce that the snapd 2.0.10 Snappy tool from Ubuntu Core has successfully landed in the main software repositories of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus).
This tutorial describes the ONLYOFFICE installation process with Docker. Docker that allows you to deploy all ONLYOFFICE components on a single Linux machine easily and helps to avoid dependency errors.
The WiderNet project, which is affiliated with WiderNet@UNC at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, provides resources, coaching, training, computers, and educational materials to schools, clinics, libraries, and homes in underserved areas of the world. In this interview, Cliff Missen, the Director of the WiderNet Project, explains how the non-profit helps improve digital education and communications for international communities.read more
As expected, the recent state of events where nano transitioned maintainership to Benno Schulenberg, and the project left GNU, has a lot of people speculating about what happened, and more disappointingly, making some pretty nasty assertions about motivations. I want to try and give a brief update on them to hopefully calm things down.
Year by year, plain-old HTML 5 websites are becoming fancier, and rightnow, the home entertainment world is buzzing about VR and 3D. But mostsites are missing the boat; they have no 3D content. Well, that'sabout to change.