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Fedora 24 Release Schedule Has Been Updated

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After Fedora 23, all Fedora Linux lovers are waiting for the Fedora 24 to come with exciting features, changes and improvements. But due to the current changes proposed by the developers need more time to accommodate into the Fedora 24, so the release schedule has been updated by 2 weeks. But here is the benefit also to this schedule update.

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TinyCore PiCore 7.0 Available To Download With Most Interesting Changes Ever

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TinyCore is a free, open source and one of the smallest Linux distributions. Today TinyCore team announced TinyCore piCore 7.0 and according to Béla, a TinyCore developer piCore 7.0 has some of the most interesting changes that have ever been implemented. Let's look at all the changes that have been implemented in piCore 7.0.

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Telegram 0.9.18 Released With Some Improvements And Bug Fixes

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Telegram is free and open source messaging app available for all major platforms including Linux. Telegram Desktop which is a desktop client of Telegram recently released newer version Telegram 0.9.18 with some improvements and bug fixes. You can easily install Telegram Desktop on your Linux machine.

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FreeBSD 11.0 Final Release ISO Images Available For Download

The Final Release of FreeBSD 11.0 is scheduled for Wednesday, September 28, 2016. However, the release builds have started to appear on FreeBSD’s FTP mirrors and you can download the final ISO right now. Read more

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A short critique of Stallmanism

I like Stallman and tend to agree with him often: regarding software, or other politics. This article tries to constructively criticize some parts of the free software movement's ideology, which I collectively refer to as "Stallmanism" (only as pun). It is not an attempt at a personal attack on Stallman, and by reading further you will probably see my politics are very far from that: I coined the term Stallmanism simply because he is at the center of the movement and himself a primary source of the ideas I am critiquing. Read more

Google may unveil merged Android and Chrome OS, dubbed Andromeda, at event

If you thought Google’s October 4 event — where the firm is rumored to launch two smartphones, Google Home, Daydream VR, Chromecast Ultra, and Wi-Fi Routers — wasn’t packed enough, think again. It has been a long time coming, but Google may finally offer a peak at Andromeda, an operating system that sees the merger of Android and Chrome OS. Andromeda is the code name for the long-rumored merger, and Android Police says it have been sitting on a rumor that Google may demo the OS in October. What made the company share it now? A tweet from Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome OS, and Google Play at Google. Read more