KDE Plasma Screen Configuration Is Working On Wayland
Sebastian Kügler's latest KDE Wayland work has led him to discover that KScreen is now working on Wayland.
Using KScreen for screen/monitor configuration with KDE Plasma on Wayland-based environments should now "just work" and is a step towards having suitable KDE Wayland multi-screen support.
Turris Omnia Is a Linux-Based Powerful Open Source Router That Updates on the Fly
Turris Omnia is a new open source router that comes with powerful hardware and a Linux distro based on OpenWRT. It’s a smashing hit on Indiegogo, and there is still time to get one.
APT (Advanced Package Tool) 1.1 Is Now Stable in Debian
APT (Advanced Package Tool) is a famous set of core tools inside Debian that make it possible to install, remove, and keep applications up to date. The stable branch of APT has been finally upgraded with the version 1.3.
Historians and detectives keep track of data with open source tool
Segrada is a piece of open source software that allows historians (and detectives) to keep track of their data. Unlike wikis or archival databases, its focus lies on information and interrelations within it. Pieces of information might represent persons, places, things, or concepts. These "nodes" can be bidirectionally connected with each other to semantically represent friendship, blood relation, whereabouts, authorship, and so on. Hence the term "semantic graph database," since information can be displayed as a graph of semantically connected nodes.
android has always been associated with the best known handsets
Android has always been associated with the best known handsets, the best specs and for always being the platform with the most advanced features, whether imaging, processors or display technology. And 2015 was no exception. Apple’s iPhones have always been plenty powerful, but handsets from Samsung, LG and HTC have always strived to take things further, introducing never-before-seen-technology, features and USPs like water-and-dust-proofing, QHD screens and the first implementation of optical stabilised cameras (OIS) on mobile.