Are you worried for the information that you're sharing with the Agencies like, National Security Agency (NSA) and more? You want privacy and security! Here it comes Tor Browser that will fit into your needs. Tor is free, open network browser based on Mozilla Firefox that serves the purpose of beinganonymous and secure.
FFmpeg can decode, encode, transcode, mux, demux, stream, filter and play everything that humans and machines have created. Team recently released FFmpeg 2.6 with some new features and improvements. We can installFFmpeg 2.6 in Ubuntu and its derivatives.
If anyone had any doubts about the commitment of Valve to the Linux operating systems, they should be put to rest with the latest SteamOS sale. It just shows how serious the company really is and that it will carry out its promises, of breaking the Windows monopoly on gaming.
We often need to use two computers at one time and switching mouse & keyboard again & again is very annoying. So what to do? Yeah! We can use one mouse & keyboard with two machines at the same time. So let's get started!
PlayOnLinux is a software designed to installWindows applications and games on Linux. The team released PlayOnLinux 4.2.6 recently with several improvements and bug fixes that makes it more stable and useful. Let's install it on Ubuntu and other Ubuntu derivatives.
You are using Linux and thinking Linux does not support gaming.! If so, let me tell you that you are not aware of Steam. Steam is a gaming client that lets you play amazing games on Linux system. There are hundreds of free and paid games that you can play without searching the entire web. All at one place and easy to install! So let's get started!
Wayland in Fedora 23 Linux Allows for Use of Multiple Monitors with Different DPIs
Fedora Project, through Christian Schaller, was proud to report on the progress made for the next-generation Wayland display server that it might be used by default on the upcoming major release of the Fedora Linux operating system, Fedora 23.
GNOME Developers Discuss Codenames, GNOME 3.18 Might be Dubbed "Gothenburg"
Allan Day, a GNOME UX designer working for Red Hat and renowned GNOME developer/contributor, opened an interesting discussion on the official GNOME mailing list, about possible codenames for upcoming releases of the acclaimed desktop environment for GNU/Linux operating systems.
Developer lowers Drupal's barrier to entry
From a consumer perspective, I'd like open source to be ubiquitous to the point of invisibility. Using recent Ubuntu distros, I'm always shocked at how professional the environment feels. Just five years ago, you'd need to hunt down drivers and do a bunch of fiddling to get basic things like a sound card working. Now there are so many pushbutton ways to deploy open source tech, from OSes to CMS distros on Pantheon to buying an Android-powered mobile phone.
We're not quite to the point where CMS users can feel like open source is transparent; there's still a huge investment in vendors to give you the expertise to manage your Drupal or WordPress site, for example. But we're closer than we were a decade ago, and that's pretty exciting.
Intel invests $60 million in drone venture
Intel is investing $60 million in UAV firm Yuneec, whose prosumer “Typhoon” drones use Android-based controllers.
Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich and Yuneec International CEO Tian Yu took to YouTube to announce an Intel investment of more than $60 million in the Hong Kong based company to help develop drone technology. No more details were provided except for Krzanich’s claim that “We’ve got drones on our road map that are going to truly change the world and revolutionize the industry.” One possibility is that Intel plans to equip the drones with its RealSense 3D cameras (see farther below).