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Firefox 35 and Tor 4.0.3 released

Wednesday 14th of January 2015 07:24:54 PM

Firefox 35 and Tor 4.0.3 have been released.

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Beta of KDE Plasma 5.2 brings exciting new features

Wednesday 14th of January 2015 04:01:18 PM

KDE's Plasma is the most advanced desktop environments around: it's modern, flexible, customizable and expandable.

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Linus Torvalds: Apple’s HFS+ is probably the worst file-system ever

Tuesday 13th of January 2015 03:44:25 PM

It's been long since we heard a good rant from Linus Torvalds. Linux doesn't rant much, but when he does he hits the nail and he doesn't mince worlds.

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Meizu may announce Ubuntu Touch device this month

Tuesday 13th of January 2015 02:25:51 AM

Meizu teasing the announcement of an Ubuntu Touch powered device on social media.

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The US Central Command hit by ISIS’s cyber vandalism

Tuesday 13th of January 2015 01:22:17 AM

ISIS affiliated group CyberCaliphate believed to be behind leak of private details of government employees.

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KDE Frameworks 5.6.0 released with more addon libraries

Monday 12th of January 2015 07:27:12 PM

New release of KDE Frameworks includes 60 new libraries.

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Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 will ship with GNOME 3.14

Sunday 11th of January 2015 10:25:47 PM

Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 will be shipping with GNOME 3.14.

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Samsung to sell Windows powered smartphones

Sunday 11th of January 2015 10:24:44 PM

Samsung apparently testing Windows Phone 8.1 in-house on a low end device, could be released this year.

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WebOS back from the dead with new LG-Audi Smartwatch

Friday 9th of January 2015 01:58:17 AM

WebOS makes surprise appearance on LG-Audi watch at CES 2015.

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GNOME IDE Builder is on Indiegogo goal

Friday 9th of January 2015 01:58:04 AM

New GNOME IDE, Builder reaches 75% of crowdfunding goal with 20 days remaining, likely to surpass goal.

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Intel puts Ubuntu on a stick

Friday 9th of January 2015 01:57:16 AM

Intel release a tiny computer that you can hold in your hand, with modest specs it's suitable for general computing and comes packed with Ubuntu LTS.

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Panasonic announces Firefox OS based 4K smart TV

Thursday 8th of January 2015 03:26:20 PM

Mozilla beats Canonical, brings Firefox OS based smart TV

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How to install MongoDb on Linux

Thursday 8th of January 2015 01:01:06 AM

MongoDB is an open-source document database which moves away from the traditional 'tabular' structure commonly known as NoSQL.

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Test latest MATE on Arch Linux

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 03:10:23 PM

Martin Wimpress, an Arch developer and Ubuntu MATE co-founder, has created a repository for Arch users to try out the latest MATE.

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GNOME MultiWriter can write an ISO to 20 USB drives simultaneously

Monday 5th of January 2015 03:27:47 PM

There can be numerous reasons why you would need a tool to write multiple USB drives at the same time.

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2015 starts with the first 15.6″ Chromebook

Sunday 4th of January 2015 04:24:08 AM

Chromebook are already capable of doing almost everything that you can do on a Windows or Mac PCs. The 15.6" inch display bring them closer to users who want more real estate to do work.

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  • OnePlus Will Reveal Details Of Its ‘Oxygen’ Android ROM On February 12
    OnePlus introduced its own version of Android for its One smartphone earlier this month in response to its standoff with Cyanogen, and now the company has revealed that it will unveil its own ROM which can be installed on third-party Android devices on February 12. Correction: OnePlus tells us that, in fact, it won’t launch the ROM on the 12th. This is a tease-of-a-tease, and instead we can expect to see “more information about the ROM” not an actual download for third-party Android devices.
  • Android is suddenly surrounded by enemies
    Cyanogen is one of these forks. It has just raised $70 million from a number of investors including Microsoft to continue producing its own version of Android that it can position as a direct competitor to Google's.
  • Working New Android 5 Lollipop Features into Your Apps
  • Major Blackphone Security Flaw Discovered
    You might want to think twice before sending that sensitive text message over your supposedly secure Blackphone. A security flaw discovered by an Australian communication security expert could have allowed attackers to decrypt a Blackphone user’s messages, gather location information, and run additional code of the attacker’s choosing.
  • World’s most ‘NSA-proof’ phone vulnerable to simple SMS hack
    A smartphone marketed as the most anti-surveillance, NSA-proof personal device – the BlackPhone – has been found vulnerable to a simple SMS attack that allows the hacker to steal contacts, decrypt messages, and even take full control of the device.