IT tools are critical to operations of small as well as large organizations. As new technology and innovation merge, newer tools emerge enabling complex computations to become smoother, swifter and secure. Most new IT tools are developed in domains such as cloud computing and mobile based application, innovations that give IT operations an edge as […]
The busy beehive at Google has paused the distribution of its seminal Open Source Android (version 3.0) meant exclusively for the new generation of tablets. Called Honeycomb, the Android (3.0) saw fans going gaga over the high capability when it moves to new tablets and eventually to Smartphones as well.
The new default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 revealed, as you can see from the Screeenshot bellow, there is no special difference between Ubunu 10.10 and 11.04 default Wallpaper. Also there are 17 community wallpaper that has been updated to ubuntu 11.04.
NASA is playing host to the Open Source community by hosting a Summit on March 29thand 30th at its Mount View, Ames Research Center in California. The Summit is part of NASAs contact program between its core team of development engineers and with leading names in the open source community.
While you are waiting for the Gnome 3 impatiently for the April 2011 release, you could attempt peaking at new shell. Those who have had a go at it come away excited at the substantial changes. The desktop design is spanking new and definitely appealing. New intuitive messaging, without have to switch, that allows you […]
There is much anticipation on the release of Kernel 2.6.38 in March-April as some new features for Storage Area Networks on LIO target frameworks are on offer. Interesting features such as kernel-side polling for device optimization are something most are waiting for gleefully. There are several changes including graphics upgrades, file systems with better cover […]
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. […]
Believe or not Sony playstation is not supporting Linux anymore, as announced on the Playstation blog, they droped the support for Linux based operating systems, by removing the “Other OS” option from XMB (XrossMediaBar) in its PlayStation 3 gaming console. This started the 1st of april after their latest firmware update.