Jolla Has Secured More Funding, Sailfish OS Still Under Development, For Now

As you may know, Jolla has been founded by a group of ex-Nokia employees that decided to continue developing Linux-based mobile operating systems when Nokia accepted to release only Windows phones. Sailfish OS, Jolla’s Linux mobile system is based on

Firefox 44.0 Beta 1 Brings Changes And Enhancements

As you may already know, Firefox is being developed on three separate channels. First, the features are implemented in the developer branch, they reach the beta channel when enough tests have been performed and finally, some of the new features

PyCharm 5.0.3 Has Been Released

As you may know, PyCharm is a Python IDE, having some interesting functions like: code completion, error highlighting, customizable UI and key-bindings for VIM, VCS integrations or automated code refactorings and good navigation capabilities. The latest version available is PyCharm

Valve And Capcom Are Working At Bringing Street Fighter V On SteamOS And Linux, Via Steam

Capcom has recently announced that they are working with Valve at bringing Street Fighter V to SteamOS and Steam for Linux. This is good news for the gamers, Street Fighter V being among the most anticipated games for 2016. This

Canonical Has Fixed Four Kernel Vulnerabilities, Upgrade Now

After releasing new Kernel stacks for Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, Canonical has also updated the Kernel of Ubuntu 15.10 for Raspberry Pi 2. Canonical has taken over

Valve Has Updated The Steam Client Yet Again, Adding Better Steam Controller Support

As you may know, Valve has decided to conquer your living room with their Steam Machines, which are Linux-based gaming consoles that run SteamOS and the Steam Controller, which is the first remote control that can be used to play

Opera Developer 36 (Opera 36.0.2079.0) Has Been Released

As you may know, Opera, like Chrome and Firefox is built on three branches: dev, which is the first to receive new features and the most unstable one, beta, which is for allowing users to test the new features and

How To Install KeePassX 2.0 (Open-Source Password Manager) On Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 15.04 And Ubuntu 14.04

As you may know, KeePassX is an open source application used for password-management, enabling the users to create, store, generate and edit passwords. It encrypts the passwords and databases via the AES or Twofish algorithms, providing security for the user’s

The Steam Client Permits You To Export Your Controller Config On Different PCs

As you may know, Valve has decided to conquer your living room with their Steam Machines, which are Linux-based gaming consoles that run SteamOS and the Steam Controller, which is the first remote control that can be used to play

Take a Break 0.5.3 Is A Small App That Can Force You Take Breaks After Specified Time Intervals

As you may know, Take a Break is a free, open-source application that forces the users to make pauses after a configurable work time. You can configure the software to either notify you that it’s time for a break or

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