What if your computer could detect your presence? Developers finally started realizing that there are several ways a person can control a computer besides keyboards, mice and touch screens. These days there are many alternatives, obviously based on hardware sensors, and the main difference is the dependency on software computation. In facts solutions based on […]
Fotoxx is a free open source Linux program for editing digital photos. The goal of fotoxx is to meet most photo editing needs while remaining easy to use. It can navigate images using a pageable thumbnail window. Change brightness and contrast, change color intensity, saturation, depth, make panoramas and HDR images, fix red-eyes, trim, rescale, […]
What’s changed in the new release? Bugs #30 and #31 were fixed. Function introduced with PoL 3.7.7, for auto_shortcut was buggy in last release, now fixed. Full rewrite of an internal function that installs a plugin shipped with PoL automatically on startup. Plugin Capture was updated with the last version (2.1.1). Translation was […]
Team Tiny Core has released Tiny Core 3.1 the world’s smallest desktop distribution – an 11 MB live CD, the major theme for this release is the introduction of on demand icons. This allows for more options to have even faster boot times with the easy access to less often used application extensions. Much improved […]
Shutter 0.86.4 is released, this new version comes with many new features and new plugins, now you can capture all workspaces as one image, automaticaly add a border, Launch DrawingTool directly after capture, and more.
While Oracle killed off OpenSolaris and the OpenSolaris Governing Board dissolved itself, the community of OpenSolaris developers have not given up but instead have begun working on their own community OpenSolaris-based operating systems to provide the world with choices beyond the upcoming Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Solaris Express 11. Project OpenIndiana is due to […]
As you likely heard on any number of news sites, Oracle has filed suit against Google, claiming that Android infringes some of its Java-related copyrights and patents. Too little information is available about the copyright infringement claim to say much about it yet; we expect we’ll learn more as the case proceeds. But nobody deserves […]