Ubuntu Touch OTA-6 Will Bring Telephony Enhancements, Browser Improvements And Other Interesting Improvements

As a reminder, Ubuntu Touch OTA-5 Update has been recently released and the developers are now focusing on the OTA-6 Update. While we already know that the developers have successfully implemented the refunds for purchased apps in the first 15

In August 2015, The Linux Mint Developers Will Start Working At Linux Mint 17.3

As a reminder, Linux Mint 17.2 RC images using either KDE or XFCE have been released a few days ago. Linux Mint’s Clement Lefebvre has recently announced that the past 6 months were very busy for the developers, a lot

Mir 0.14 Has Been Added To The Unstable Branch Of Ubuntu Touch

Canonical’s Łukasz Zemczak has announced that Mir 0.14 has been added to the development branch of Ubuntu Touch, bringing impressive bug-fixes and performance enhancements. The developers are working hard at getting Mir ready for the stable branch, to be available

The Latest Kernel Patch For Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn Has Been Released, But It Is Better To Upgrade To Ubuntu 15.04

As a reminder, Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn has reached end of life 2 days ago, meaning that the system will not receive any security fixes anymore. Also, packages for Ubuntu Utopic will not be added on Launchpad anymore. Despite this,

The Official Upgrade Path To Linux Mint 17.2 Now Works On Linux Mint 17/Linux Mint 17.1, For All Flavors Available

While Linux Mint 17.2 has not been yet released in its KDE and XFCE flavors, the two being available as RCs, Clement Lefebvre, the main developer of Linux Mint, has announced that the official upgrade path has been patched to

Plug A Mouse Into Your Ubuntu Phone And You Have A Computer

Mark Shuttleworth’s biggest ambition is to reach mobile-desktop convergence, which means that both the desktop and the mobile platform use the same code base, with an intelligent “responsive” interface. Also, if you plug a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse,

Dolphin Emulator 4.0.2 (Old Gaming Console Emulator) Has Been Released

As you may know, Dolphin Emulator is an open-source, multi-platform Nintendo GameCube, Wii and Triforce emulator. Like all the emulated software, the games have minor bugs and issues. Being an open-source project, it may be improved by third party developers.

Mosh 1.2.5 (Open-Source SSH-Like Software) Brings New Features

As you may know, Mosh (mobile shell) is an open-source SSH alternative which provides both stability and reliability, in wireless network connections. Via its re-establish connection feature, the remote connection gets automatically restored after the internet connection gets interrupted. Also,

The Ubuntu MATE Welcome Screen Has Been Updated. Install And Test In Now, On Any Of The Supported Ubuntu MATE Systems

As you may know, the Welcome Screen usually shows the highlights of the Linux distro you are using. The developers have updated the Ubuntu MATE Welcome screen for all the supported versions: Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet

GPS Navigation 0.18 For Ubuntu Touch Brings Awesome New Features

As you may know, Marcos Costales has created a GPS navigation application for Ubuntu Touch based on OpenStreetMap and OSRM. Among others, it supports setting a destination, displays the arrival time, gives turn-by-turn indications, shows how many kilometers or miles



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