Each year the number of Linux based photo tools becoming available, not only for amateurs, but for professionals too is on the increase. These photo tools are qualitatively superior and offer that much-needed edge of technical flexibility that Linux users always crave. The technicality lies in software being able to bring virtually and non-destructively edited […]
The Blender Foundation announced the release of Blender 2.59. This is the third stable release of the Blender 2.5 series, representing the culmination of many years of redesign, development and stabilizing work. According to the announcement ” We name this version “Stable” not only because it’s mostly feature complete, but especially thanks to the 1000s of fixes and […]
Here are some just released distros that are interesting and great to work with. Monomaxos is a refreshing Greek distro for those who prefer an out-of-box Linux OS. dyne:bolic, Plop Linux, Toorox and Network Security Toolkit have just released over the past week and will make for an enriching experience.
Debian finally takes the plunge to offer multi architecture support with its to-be release Wheezy. This means that Debian users can now run the software of their choice, in a machine and version of their choice. This is a feature that is already supported by most open source distros and there is high expectation from […]
gSharkDown is a GNOME desktop application for downloading and playing audio files from the grooveshark.com service.You can search, listen and download your favorite song with one click and without opening your browser.
Canonical has restructured its Enterprise support delivery channels for Ubuntu. Calling it the Ubuntu Advantage, Canonical is following its early June announcement with a partner program for technology businesses.