Now that the Steam Client received one of the biggest stable updates for 2016, the time has come for Valve's Steam developers to concentrate their efforts on some more awesome features for the cross-platform software.
And so, they announced on February 9 the availability of the first Beta release of the upcoming stable Steam Client version, adding initial support for DirectX 12 games on Windows 10 operating systems (requires the November update), better support for the Steam Overlay with the DOOM game, and drag scrolling for the Big Picture mode.
Although Warner Brothers has abandoned plans for a Linux port of Batman: Arkham Knight, there’s lots of excitement over last week’s day-one release of XCOM 2.
Seemingly out of the blue, Batman: Arkham Knight’s planned Linux and OS X release has been cancelled. In all likelihood, this cancellation stems from the litany of problems with the game’s Windows port, which has been panned by critics and players as glitch plagued and often almost unplayable.
A breach-of-contract and copyright lawsuit filed nearly 13 years ago by a successor company to business Linux vendor Caldera International against IBM may be drawing to a close at last, after a U.S. District Court judge issued an order in favor of the latter company earlier this week.
Judge David Nuffer said that all of SCO’s claims against IBM are dismissed, and that briefs for a final legal certification of the judgment would be due Feb. 26, with responses, if necessary, on March 11. Nuffer re-opened the case in 2013.
The end of the near-immortal “Who owns Unix?” case looks to be near after a US judge knocked out the two remaining arguments with which the SCO group hoped to attack IBM.
As we reported on Tuesday, Judge David Nuffer of the US District court found against SCO's attempt to work a breach of contract angle in its long-running dispute with IBM, which centres on SCO code that may or may not have made it into Linux and AIX.
Zacks Research, a reputed firm in the market, planned a poll of sell-side analysts. Going by this poll, Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) was given rating of 1.5. Zacks uses a scale on which the companies are given ratings on a scale of 1 to 5. This scale is termed as sliding scale as the rating of one denotes Strong Buy.
On February 9, 2016, GitHub's devs made some big announcements for its awesome and acclaimed Atom open-source hackable text editor, which reached stable version 1.5 for all supported operating systems.
Keeping up its push to be an enterprise presence, GitHub has announced the latest version of the for-pay, enterprise edition of its code-hosting platform.
The company says GitHub Enterprise 2.5's focus is "companies operating at massive scale" -- enterprises with more than 10,000 developers and exponential year-over-year growth. The new toolset for GitHub Enterprise 2.5 helps large teams add new users, collaborate safely on large projects, and deal with GitHub-related performance issues that can crop up around such large projects.
Rygel 0.28 is currently the stable branch of the project, distributed as part of the GNOME 3.18 Stack, but the developers behind the free media server software are working hard these days on Rygel 0.30, which is developed under the 0.29.x unstable series, and will be distributed as part of the upcoming GNOME 3.20 desktop environment.
Although the artist view issue is solved, I still don’t have a way to get the albums covers since by default Music just display it for the current track. Until now, I have not figured out how to solve it. If I add a cover in Music playlist model to feed PlaybackPopover playlist model Music breaks.