The Basics of Everything – DNS

Following on from our previous post by one of my colleagues, I thought it would be a good idea to dive a little deeper...

Vokoscreen: A new screencasting tool for Linux

The last few years, many users upload their how-to videos (also known as videorials -- like tutorials) in Youtube, showing their Linux desktop and...

Introduction to LanyFS

Back in July 2012, I had the privilege of talking with Dan Luedtke. He was busy working on a new project for his studies,...

How to Securely Share Files Between Linux Systems

Last week, I posted a “How To” on how to share files using an FTP server. Unfortunately, FTP is not what is considered secure,...

Adobe bundles Game Developing Tools with new Creative Cloud

If you are a keen game developer and have a cache of games hidden away on your desktop, then it will soon be time...

How to Share Files Between Linux Systems

In today's world, most of us have more than one computer device in the house. There is often at least one desktop PC and...

Haiku: A New Kind of Operating System

I have been having an absolute blast of a time testing out a new operating system for this article. It is called Haiku. It...

Popcorn Maker 1.0 launched by Mozilla

For those with a penchant for entertainment technologies Mozilla continues to provide innovative software. Its latest such release is aimed at those creative people...

Linux File System Test for USB Media

So you got yourself a shiny new USB drive and are not too sure what file system to format it with. Sure, FAT is...

Xenix: The Microsoft Unix That Once Was

One would not normally associate Microsoft with Unix. While Microsoft's interest(s) in Unix may remain minimal in recent times, history tells a very different...

NVIDIA 304.64 has been released! A look at new features and...

NVIDIA 304.64  is finally out fixing number of issues and bugs. The posts introduces you to its new features and details installation instructions. According to NVIDIA, they...

Opera 12.10 Feature Round-up

Opera software shortly released Opera Browsers latest version Opera 12.10. The browser upgrade might not be densely feature packed but apart from handful of...

Why do super computers use Linux?

In our last few posts we discussed the fact that over 90% supercomputers (94.2% to be precise) employ Linux as their operating system. In...

XStreamOS: An Illumos Kernel based Operating System

Being a Technical Writer involves a lot of reading and research of new and emerging technologies. And one project that recently came to my...

Firefox 16, a treat for developers

Mozilla has released the latest version of Firefox, version 16, keeping up with is newly imposed tradition of "rapid release". Mozilla brings several under-the-hood...

Good to know: Freeware is not Free Software

You will be interested to note that; you can purchase a Free software! That is to say Free Software may not be free and...

Blender 2.64 has been released! PPA Ubuntu

Blender 2.64 has been released, The 2.6x series is being targeted at including all work that happened in branches or patches past years. According to...

Imagine Internet without Firefox

In my previous post I analyzed the browser market share and trends prevalent for last 2 years. The analysis yielded interesting facts; firstly Google...

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