Reviews

ElementaryOS Beta 1 and 2 Comparison and Review

Now I'm sure everyone knows that I love Bodhi Linux, very much. I rant on about it how good it...

Haiku: A New Kind of Operating System

I have been having an absolute blast of a time testing out a new operating system for this article. It is called Haiku. It...

Review: OpenSUSE 42.1 Leap

Before we proceed to look at OpenSUSE 42.1 Leap, it's important we understand what it is. The current OpenSUSE version is 13.2 and the current...

The Text-based Web Browser: The Alternative

We live in a flashy world when it comes to the world-wide-web. With most websites carrying a lot of flashy graphics, banners and advertisements....

Pebble. The smartwatch with Linux at its heart!

Do you think the wrist watch era is over and soon the wrist watches will be doomed to the graveyard of floppy disks, cassettes,...

RHEV:  Unleashing the Power of Enterprise Virtualization

Introduction In today's digital world, organizations are always looking for ways to optimize their...

Android taking over iOS, Market Share Graph

Apple might take the crown of introducing iPad back in 2010, Android has made tablet technology much more accessible. The latest report by ABI...

Zorin OS 6 Review

One of the best features of Linux is no doubt the fact that it’s free. Not just free to use, but free to use...

Vertu TI: A Titanium Open Source Phone

Vertu TI is a handmade phone crafted by single man in England and it is engineered to perfection. It has over ten years in...

Ansible Review: How to easily automate your IT infrastructure

Introduction Ansible is an IT automation tool, which helps in cloud provisioning, configuration management and application deployment. Developers designed Ansible with multi-tier systems in mind, trying...

Good to know: Freeware is not Free Software

You will be interested to note that; you can purchase a Free software! That is to say Free Software may not be free and...

Richard Matthew Stallman – The Father Of Free Software Foundation

What is programming for you? Is it a job, hobby or maybe source of income? For him, programming is a life’s philosophy: “Free as...

Would Microsoft Surface be able to keep up with Android Tablets?

The technology Giant Microsoft has ventured in the tablet making business following the foot steps of Google and Apple. The tablet Surface is obviously...

PCMan – an alternative file manager

It's true that Linux desktop allows you to customize it, change background, themes fonts & icons, add widgets and effects etc... But the most...

SolusOS Eveline 1.2 Review

After recently installing the Debian based edition of Linux Mint operating system on my home office desktop, I decided to take a look at...

Proprietary Browser vs. Open Source Browser [Market Share Analysis]

With time open source software have emerged as potential contenders to proprietary software. Unlike the traditional understanding, open source software have proven to be...

15 Weird/Surprising devices and Systems that run on Linux

It's incredible to see how Linux runs on devices of various sizes, power and built for diverse purposes. Linux is, like technology itself, deeply...

Debian 8, Codenamed ‘Jessie’, Review

We've spoke previously about how much respect Debian has around the Linux paddocks. With the release of Debian 8.0 (Jessie), let's take a look...