The Linux 2.6.38 was integrated with a wonder patch for minimizing Linux desktop response time and graphic drivers for Radeon HD 6000 graphic chips and economizing on power by the Graphic cores in Intel processors. Linux in a bid to overcome the negative impact of build on desktop interactivity for CFS users, issued a patch […]
Finally, Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) is set to penetrate deep into the Cloud Computing Enterprise segment post the Dell partnership. Canonical had first debuted the UEC along with their Jaunty Jackalope (9.04 Release) in April 2009.
About 90% of public administrations use open source softwares particularly open source web browsers and ditto office applications in Poland; this was found in a survey funded by the Polish Foundation on Open and Free Software (Fwioo), after interviewing over 100 IT professionals from both, central and local government sector. Other interesting findings of the […]
Few days ago GhostBSD2.0 beta was released. This release comes with bug fixes and many improvements on the look, feel and the speed. Some of things that were introduced to this new release was the new logo, New live cd file system, and improvements to GDM where there is no more white screens during booting. GhostBSD 2.0 […]
Since Google posted an introduction video of Android 3.0 to its developers channel on YouTube there has been much of anticipation about this new version. The excitement continued when Google officially introduced Android 3.0 the Honeycomb on its official blog. The release date of Honeycomb expected early this year the moment Iconia Tab, Motorola’s […]
Today, I installed Firefox 4 beta. My very first impression when the new browser opened was “How much like Chrome!” On exploring Firefox 4 beta I found the design and functionality has incredible likeness with Google’s browser Chrome. In this post we will deem at the new features of Firefox and comment on how they […]
Linux is fast redefining synthesizers, routers and keyboards technology and performance, Linux true to its history believes in making a subtle entry into unchartered territories. While there is so much writing about the desktop dominance tussles, Linux has silently built a substantial base in new unchartered avenues of electronic consumables as well as cell phones. […]
MPlayer is a free and open source media player. The program is available for all major operating systems, including Linux and other Unix-like systems, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Versions for OS/2, Syllable, AmigaOS and MorphOS are also available. The Windows version works, with some minor problems, also in DOS using HX DOS Extender. […]