The Fedora Workstation edition is a reliable, user-friendly, and powerful operating system for your laptop or desktop computer. It supports a wide range of developers, from hobbyists and students to professionals in corporate environments. Fedora 22 Workstation builds on the previous initial release of Fedora 21 Workstation, providing a set of enhancements designed to boost your workflow and help your productivity.
Watch: Mark Shuttleworth's Keynote at the OpenStack Summit 2015
As expected, Canonical was present at the OpenStack Summit 2015 event that took place in Vancouver, British Columbia between May 18-22.
A new NTFS-3G vulnerability-related patch has been published for Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet), and it looks that an annoying problem has been closed, finally.
Some of the Ubuntu users might remember that just last week a patch was released for an NTFS-3G vulnerability that could have allowed the library to overwrite files as the administrator. NTFS-3G is the component that deal with read/write NTFS driver for FUSE.
For those who came in late, Nvidia wanted its tablet as a gaming device with a specific user niche.However But it seems that Popescu Sorin has managed to run the full version of Ubuntu with all its touch screen goodness.
Canonical now facilitates the users to easily switch from one Ubuntu Touch development branch to another, without having to flash the phone. Despite the fact that installing Ubuntu Touch is not difficult, backing up and restoring data can be annoying.
With a swarm of developers from around the world converging on San Francisco’s Moscone Center tomorrow for Google I/O, Twitter wants them to keep the company’s real-time social platform at the top of mind. This afternoon it announced that its developer tools for integrating Twitter into Android apps have been open-sourced, with the projects now hosted publicly on Github.
The Intercept and its publisher First Look Media strongly believe in the benefits of free and open source software — in part because we rely on such software every day. To keep our journalists and sources safe, we use secure communication tools like the data-encryption system GnuPG, the Off-the-Record secure messaging protocol, the SecureDrop communications platform, and the secure calling and texting app Signal. To publish on the web, we use the GNU/Linux operating system; the Apache web server; OpenSSL, a web encryption library; WordPress, the open-source blogging engine; and Piwik, which tracks web traffic. The list goes on.
With Ice Cream Sandwich, Google introduced Roboto to the world. Since then, the family (designed by Googler Christian Robertson) has expanded to include a set of slab serif fonts, and has even seen a major revision introduced with Android 5.0 last year.