- LibreOffice 5.0 Is Now Available For Free Download. Install It On Your Ubuntu Or Debian System Now
- Running Vagrant with Docker provider without password prompts on Fedora
- Tuning systemd services
- How to install LibreOffice 5.0 on major Linux distros
- TinyTiny-RSS has some nice failure modes...
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- Quick tip – sending notifications from the desktop to you phone with kdeconnect-cli
MyNotex Is an Almost Perfect Note Taker and Task Manager
Its feature set far exceeds the functionality of traditional plain text note-taking apps for Linux users, such as Tomboy, Xournal, NoteCase Pro and Treeliner.
Subversion 1.9 Alters Its Format, Adds FSX Experimental Repo Backend
For those still relying on the Subversion version control system, v1.9 is out for this Apache Software Foundation project.
Subversion 1.9 overhauls its FSFS default file-system format with a new design geared for I/O reduction, FSX as a new experimental repository backend alternative to FSFS, new svn CLI sub-commands, and various server-side improvements.
darktable 1.6.8 RAW Image Editor Adds Better Support for Canon EOS 5Ds R, More
darktable 1.6.8 arrives for GNU/Linux and Mac OS X operating systems with support for new standard color matrices, white balance presets, noise profiles, and raw speed improvements.
- New Ekran System 4.0 Provides All Windows and Linux SSH Telnet Sessions Security Monitoring and Analysis with Completely Web-based System Access
- ‘LG Wine Smart’ Flip Phone With Android 5.1.1 On Board Will Make International Debut
Apple Inc. Reportedly Hiring Android Engineers, Is Google Android At Risk?
Apple’s recent job listing reveals the company’s plans to introduce its products onto the rival operating system in the near future
Apple is hiring Android software engineers -- but why?
Apple is one of the most forward-thinking companies in the world. Its products are legendary, and the innovative iPhone revolutionized the smartphone market. Heck, iOS has impacted the entire computer industry arguably for the better.
Unfortunately, Google's Android has been a thorn in the company's side for years, stealing market share and allegedly angering the beloved Steve Jobs in the process. With that said, it is very curious to see Apple hiring Android software engineers. Yup, you are reading that correctly. Could Apple be planning to release apps for the Android platform?
Apple wants to bring more of its own apps to Android… but why?
Microsoft might not be the only major mobile player that’s invading other mobile ecosystems, as Apple is also looking to build more mobile apps on platforms other than iOS, a recent job listing reveals.
- Apple job posting suggests more apps for Android a possibility
Apple fans can't tell the difference between iOS and Android in this YouTube video prank
As it turns out, some iPhone loyalists can't even notice the difference between iOS and Android.
Two pranksters from the Netherlands, Alexander Spoor and Sacha Harland, handed an iPhone running Android to several iPhone users and told them it was running iOS 9.
iOS 9 is Apple's next big iPhone update that hasn't been released yet and is set to launch this fall. The video was posted on their YouTube channel Dit Is Normaal.
- Android iPhone clone shown as “iOS 9″, iFans love it
Android fragmentation: There are now 24,000 devices from 1,300 brands [Ed: Change the word “Android” with “Windows” and see how hypocritical and propagandistic this article is. Many computer makes (also DIY) with many versions of Windows exist, but corporate media doesn’t say Microsoft “fragmentation”]
The number of new Android manufacturers has exploded in the past three years, but in 2015 growth almost came to a halt.
Check Point: Certifi-Gate-based attacks could take complete control of Android devices
Check Point has discovered a serious security hole with mobile remote support tools commonly used by hundreds of millions of Android devices.
- Attackers could take over Android devices by exploiting built-in remote support apps
Google Confronts Android Security Concerns Head On
As recently as March, we were reporting on one of the biggest security holes ever affecting Android. And while Android security breaches don't run rampant, they are part of the reason why some IT administrators don't allow enterprise users to use corporate Android devices.
Smartphones and security don’t mix
Eugene Kaspersky – founder of the so named antivirus company refuses to own a smartphone. If anyone should know it is him.
Although the data is a little out of date there were 1.3 million unique types of Android smartphone hacks recorded between January and October 2014. These have mainly focused on stealing data from the phone – personally identifiable information such as name, address, pins, and credit card details.
- Waiting for Android’s inevitable security Armageddon
- Android security in the enterprise - can the worst flaws be fixed?
- 'Biggest update ever' to fix Android flaw
BlackBerry Launches Android Secured Website for Enterprise Users
Last month we saw BlackBerry buying couple of domains - AndroidSecured.net and AndroidSecured.com, but were not sure as to what content the domains would exactly include. The information came right around the rumours when BlackBerry was said to be working on an Android smartphone codenamed Venice. However, the Canadian smartphone maker has finally put the websites to use by launching Android Secured, a website that offers details on management and updates on security of Android handsets.
- YouTube Gaming preview build now available for Android
- 20 best new Android apps and games this week
- Google turns your Android phone into a Hangouts presentation powerhouse
- Your Fingerprint Could Be Stolen Remotely If Your Android Phone Has A Scanner
- Android fingerprint readers may be easier to hack than Touch ID
- BitTorrent Sync simplifies its file sharing tools on Android and iOS
Why do I still use Android?
I can’t remember the last time I only carried one smartphone with me on a daily basis. My main handset has been an iPhone since the device first debuted in 2007, but even then I also had a Nokia or a BlackBerry phone with me at all times. As sleek and exciting as the iPhone was, there was just too much functionality it didn’t include, and I wanted it all.
Fast-forward to 2015, and I still almost always carry two phones with me. Right now my main phone is an iPhone 6, but there’s also typically an Android handset in my pocket waiting patiently to fill in the blanks.
Oracle updates complaint against Google to highlight Android's success
Oracle has included six news versions of Android and new products and services built around the operating system in a proposed supplemental complaint in its dispute over Google’s use in the OS of copyrighted Java material.
Why Android Fragmentation Is A Good Thing
A recent report talks about the "fragmented" Android market. We think "diverse" is a more accurate word to describe the state of affairs. Here's why that's a good thing.