Canonical has announced, “with some regret” that it is terminating the ShipIt program and for Ubuntu 11.04, users will no longer be able to apply for a free CD claiming “Technology moves on and as we look at ways to spread Ubuntu further, a CD distribution programme, especially one of that size and delivered in […]
This article is specially formulated for unixmen readers who like to seek out engaging as well as educational software for their kids. In this post, I will review a coloring software “color it by numbers” available here. The software is simple and easy to be used by kids. No formal instructions or guideline is required to […]
It is certainly inspiring that a free piece of software gives you so diverse possibilities, comparable to any paid software you can get in the market. In this post I have attempted to collect the best tutorials of GIMP, in my view, around the web.
Chrome 11 beta is loading with a handful of amazing features. In this post we will review them briefly! Chrome has introduced support for the HTML 5 speech input API. What does that mean? Developers can now develop web applications that have the ability to transcribe your voice into text! That is you can simply […]
Shotwell 0.9 has been released, this version of the popular digital photo organizer comes with some new features and improvements, extensible plugin framework for Web publishing and slideshow transitions, TIFF support, Improved rendering of underexposed RAW photos and more.
Finally Mozilla released its most anticipated Firefox 4! Since its release…. the browser has already been downloaded over 100 million times giving a tough fight to its competitors notably, Microsoft’s IE9 and Google Chrome freshly updated to its 10th version. In this post we will look at the most prominent features of the browser. A […]