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Symple Introduces the $89 Planet Friendly Ubuntu Linux Web Workstation

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Symple Introduces the $89 Planet Friendly Ubuntu Linux Web Workstation for classroom labs, non-profits and call centers who do most of their work on the web.

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GThumb 3.3.3 Released With Improved Support For GTK 3.14 And More, Install In Linux

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gthumb 3.3.3 released with improved gtk 3.14 support

gThumb is an image viewer with basic image editing tools, like cropping, image resizing, image enhancement and more. The latest versiongThumb 3.3.3 recently released with new features and improvements. It can also import photos from digital cameras and supportexporting photos to online services such as Facebook, PicasaWeb and more.
 

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OwnCloud 8 Released With Improvements And Favorites Support, Download & Install In Linux

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ownCloud 8 released with favorite support and improvements in linux

OwnCloud is a free and open source program that let you create your own cloud to Sync, Share and Access your data on almost all your devices.  OwnCloud has web interface and has reached to version 8.0.0 recently. The latest release includes many more features and updates.
 

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Linux Kernel 3.19 Stable Released, Install/Upgrade In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Linux kernel 3.19 released, install/upgrade Ubuntu/Linux Mint

Linux Kernel 3.19 has been released by Linux Torvalds. Linux Kernel is very important part of the operating system. Every Linux Kernel is released with new features and security updates. In this post we'll know how to upgrade to Kernel 3.19 inUbuntu/Linux Mint.
 

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Elementary OS (Freya) Beta 2 Released, Download And Install To Try

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elementary os freya beta 2 released

Elementary OS next release codenamed Freya has reached to second beta. The team announced beta 2 release yesterday with new features and along with almost 600 bug fixes. The release 0.3 is based on Ubuntu 14.04.
 

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BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition review

The BQ Aquaris e4.5 Ubuntu Edition is not the debut Canonical must have envisaged for Ubuntu Phone, in the early days of the platform’s development. It’s a perfectly functional smartphone for the most part, and we like the concept of scopes, but the hardware is humdrum, performance is sluggish, and the software running on it is rough and ready, and full of holes. We’ll be tracking the progress of Ubuntu Phone with interest – it surely must get better than this – but this first device is one to write off to experience. Read more