Canonical’s cloud storage services Ubuntu One now offers new features for its users: Photo Sharing. Available through the Files Apps on mobile devices, users can use their email accounts or any of the social network accounts to access, share or manage their photos and files directly.
And we are on the verge to cross yet another year and blog posts regarding the year-in-review have already started to pour in on the web. The blog post, one of that kind, round-up top Linux (and open source) stories of 2012.
Few days ago, the makers of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) have released the latest version – RHEV 3.1- that uses web portals to manage the host systems for virtualization. In its previous avatar, the Administrator Console, the Internet Explorer was a requirement to run the web interface.
Ubuntu 12.10 ‘Quantal Quetzal’ is due for release in approximately one week. But before we start preparing a full review of the new version, we thought we’d give Unixmen readers a small preview of what we should all expect from the ‘Quantal Quetzal’.
ffDiaporama 1.3 has been released, this awesome application allow you to create a video sequences consisting of titles (fixed or animated), images or photos( fixed or animated), movie clips, music. These sequences are assembled into a slide show by means of transitions of sequence to produce complete videos
Announced today by Robyn Bergeron the release of Fedora 17 ‘Beefy Miracle’. According to the announcement, ” the latest stable version of the Red Hat-sponsored community distribution of Linux is full of features to customize your experience to your tastes.
We live in a land of multiples. In the post-modern computer era, geeks were happy with their trusty old computer and a 56k dial-up modem. And for most households, that’s all that was available to them. And not all families and households had one. In fact, there was a time when if you had a computer, you […]