You could call it E or E17, but, whatever you choose to call the Bodhi Linux 1.0.0, with the Enlightment 17 window manager for the first time, it will remain to be one of the true Ubuntu based distros. It will continue to remain on most Linux desktops for its exceptional modular structure and high […]
The busy beehive at Google has paused the distribution of its seminal Open Source Android (version 3.0) meant exclusively for the new generation of tablets. Called Honeycomb, the Android (3.0) saw fans going gaga over the high capability when it moves to new tablets and eventually to Smartphones as well.
Clementine 0.7 is released, This release comes with some new features and improvements. According to the announcement, in this release Clementine gains a brand new edit tag dialog with autocompletion and the ability to automatically identify music and fetch missing tags from MusicBrainz. CUE sheets are now supported – they are detected automatically when scanning […]
This spreadsheet will allow you to set a yearly budgeted amount for numerous categories and then track your spending in all of them comparing it to your budgeted amount, just like a business. It will track your income (monthly and yearly) and compare that with your monthly and yearly expenses. All aspects of your home […]
Analysts peg the Smart TV (akin to SmartPhone) segment is likely to grow at close 32 % in the following two years. This has thrown the gauntlet into the developers ring as there is immense opportunity to offer something unique and qualitatively different to the viewer. Looking at new frontiers the Linux foundation that hosts […]
It is finally here, the brand new online store for Android Applications, the Appstore. Developed by Amazon, the store is in the news, from when the online retail major made the announcement. It is in direct competition to both the Google MarketPlace and Apple’s App Store. The turn of events in this segment is interesting […]
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 […]