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Tag Archives: Open Source
For every paid software, always you can find an opensource alternative, sometimes the alternative is better and complete like (Gimp vs Photoshop) sometimes not. Today we will see a good alternative to Cpanel, the well known paid hosting / server … Continue reading
The future of open source is now slated for growth as more business look to the open community for solutions, to overcome the inevitable lock-in with a vendor of proprietary software. This was brought to the forefront in a recent … Continue reading
Blender 2.62 has been released, this release comes with many new features, improvements and bug fix. In Blender 2.62, the Cycles render engine now has layers/passes, you can track objects inside videos now, have much better and faster boolean intersections … Continue reading
For the doubting Toms’ who questioned the use and utility of Open Source platform and it’s solutions, the recent announcement by Liam Maxwell, the executive in-charge of United Kingdom’s Information Technology Department lays the road map for the future of … Continue reading
Perhaps the most difficult part of providing quality technical support is when you need to assist young minds in mastering the complexities of technology. Today children of all ages use computers and it becomes an essential part of their learning … Continue reading
Your Gmail account can be a key for a hacker to unlock your personal details on your android smartphone. Yes, It is that simple, easy and unfortunately true! The latest version of newly launched android market enables you to remotely … Continue reading
GNOME Commander is file manager aimed at people who want a fast and efficient file manager. GNOME Commander can currently perform most common file operations, and will detect changes to files caused by other programs and update its views without … Continue reading
Alien Arena 2010 v7.45 is released, this version has been updated with a number of important improvements and bugfixes that not only enhance the visual appearance, but greatly improve the performance of the game.
Moving to open source leads to increased cooperation between public administrations, says Carlo Vaccari, manager of software development at Italy’s National Institute of Statistics, Istat.