How To Install Xdman 5.0 On Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04 And Derivative Systems

As you may know, Xtreme Download Manager (XDMAN) is a java based download manager, with interesting features, like: the possibility to increase the download speed up to 500%, has pause and resume features, schedule downloads, has support for supports HTTP,

Phototonic 1.7.1 (Image Viewer And Organizer) Has Received New Features

As you may know, Phototonic is an image viewer and organizer for Linux systems, created in Qt and C++. The latest version available is Phototonic 1.7.1, which has been recently released, bringing changes and fixes: Changes to the way layouts

Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa OEM Images Have Been Released, KDE And XFCE Versions Scheduled For January 2016

As you may know, Linux Mint 17.3 “Rosa” has been released in two the traditional flavors: Cinnamon and MATE, but recently, the developers have announced that they have also released the OEM images (images specially created for computer laptop manufacturers)

uPebble Permits You To Connect Your Ubuntu Touch With Your Pebble Watch

The Ubuntu Touch community has started work at upebble, an open-source application that permits the users to connect their Ubuntu Touch with Pebble watches, a smartwatch crowdfunded in 2013 that has been sold in over a million units. Canonical is

Linux Mint Debian Edition 2 (LMDE) Betsy Will Catch Up With The Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa Features Soon

As you may know, the Linux Mint developers are maintaining both the regular version of Linux Mint, which is based on Ubuntu and Linux Mint Debian Edition, which is based on Debian Testing. Despite the fact that the team’s main

The First Ubuntu Touch Phones To Receive FM Support Are Bq Aquaris E4.5 And Bq Aquaris E5

As you may know, the modern Android smartphones do not come with FM Radio support enabled by default, despite the fact that some of them are supported by the hardware. A bunch of third party developers have started working at

Kodi 16.0 Beta 4 “Jarvis” Has Been Released

As you may know, Kodi (previously named XBMC) is a famous open source media hub and home theater PC, being translated in more than 30 languages. Also, its features can be highly extended via third party plugins and extensions and

Podbird Podcast 0.7 Has Been Added To The Ubuntu Touch App Store

As you may know, Podbird Podcast is a free, open-source software for Ubuntu Touch, developed by Michael Sheldon, a third party dev. The app permits the users to easily search for podcasts and download them for offline usage or streaming

Ubuntu 16.04 Is Now Based on Kernel 4.3, Kernel 4.4 Added To The Unstable Repository

Joseph Salisbury, one of the Canonical developers, have announced that they have rebased the master-next branch of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus to Kernel 4.3, but the Ubuntu devs are tracking Kernel 4.4, to use it by default on the

Mozilla Will Not Release Any New Firefox OS Phones

Along the internet browser business, Mozilla has been also working at Firefox OS, their Linux-based mobile operating system built in HTML5, for the low-cost phones. For now, Mozilla has released a small number of Firefox OS cheap phones, developed by



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