These days, Haiku is seeing a long standing barrier to interoperability fading away as its NFSv4 client is getting merged. It’s the first sign for the feature to be included in future releases of Haiku. Following a quite successful Google Summer of Code project, the stabilization and testing steps have finally reached a satisfactory state, […]
Well that title is not entirely true. But wouldn’t it be great if it were. There’s a keen market just waiting to be flooded by keen Linux programmers and hackers alike. Those little black or white boxes that make a small appearance in almost any gamers lounge room. Yes that’s right. I am referring to […]
The accuracy of the Android battery indicators has always been in question. And it may extend to smartphones on all platforms. The arguments, for both sides of the coin are plenty. Modaco, a smartphone news forum, has recently reported on an experiment involving the HTC One. The battery data over various stages of the mobile […]
Fanboy. Tin foil hat. They are both common accusations that are thrown between fellow Linux users. Often intended as a joke, yet sometimes with some serious amount of truth behind it. The most common users that usually get this sort of words thrown at them are Linux users. The unknowing and general public are usually […]
Not even a full year has passed since Google Now premiered with Android’s latest offering, Jelly Bean. It is now a crucial tool for many users across the planet. For all the perplexed users who really can’t see the point behind Google Now, you need to use it for more than a few hours to […]
iOS, Android, Chrome, Gmail and G+ to get linked. There have been plenty of whispers about a unified, single messaging service from Google. Purportedly, this revolutionary service would only be available across Google’s own Chrome OS and Android platform. It is speculated that this service would be known as Google Babble and would look to […]
This article provides a short introduction to the Python programming language. Python is a free and open source programming language which is getting very popular . Statistical analysis and facts show that Python is taking the lead as one of the most popular programming languages available.
It was the year 2001. And the world of Windows users were in high levels of anticipation for the arrival of Microsoft’s newest operating system update, Windows XP. It would pick up from where its predecessor, Windows 2000, could not proceed any further. At the time of release, Windows XP created quite a stir and […]