The month of September has been quite an eventful period for Browsers this year. First two of the leading browsers released their latest versions- Google’s Chrome 14 and Mozilla’s FireFox 7.0, on Sept 15. The surprise of the month, however, was an amazing new browser, by Amazon, called the Amazon Silk, which debuted on their […]
There are many Chinese consumers who are unable to pay for the cost of a legal copy of MS Windows XP. So now they have an easy (and legal) way out. A clone of Windows that actually runs on Ubuntu! Known as Ylmf OS, this software can be had for free on their dedicated website. […]
Canonical has finally launched its long awaited Windows client, giving Ubuntu users a simple way to share their files hosted on the cloud service of their company. As the Windows client emerges among users, it answers to a questioned weakness of the cloud storage services, which was the limitation of accessing it from Ubuntu computers […]
After the release of Ubuntu 11.10 for download, it is now the Cd’s on sale. The release was much expected after the 6 long months of its making by the developers. The hype has been created by itself and so is the result. The Unity interface has been remodeled several new and improved features […]
With the release of iOS 5 released on Wednesay, October 12th, Apple has made another leap making things easier for its users. With the release of iPhone 4 S round the corner, this new operating system has made news at the stands. iOS 5 was initially released in June at the Apple’s Worldwide Developers […]
Announced today by Ubuntu Team the release of Ubuntu 11.10 code-named “Oneiric Ocelot”. This new release integrate the latest and greatest open source technologies into a high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution.
sabayon7 has been released with many changes and bug fixes, the most changes are Linux Kernel 3.0, GNOME 3.2, KDE 4.7, Xfce 4.8, LibreOffice 3.4, The sabayon team is busy to make gnome more lovely and Xfce more like of Gnome.
Now you can install Adobe Flash 64 bit in Ubuntu using the Canonical Partner repository. Earlier Ubuntu 64bit users had to install the 32bit version of flash which was included in a ‘plugin wrapper’ so that it works on 64bit version of Ubuntu. With the recent release of Adobe Flash 11, 64 bit […]