Posted by Matt on September 8, 2010 ·
PC World – More people browsed the Internet last month with a device running Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS, instead of Linux. That’s a first for Apple, according to NetMarketShare, a firm that produces metrics on the market share of browsers, operating systems and search engines.
Yahoo! News: Linux/Open Source
Posted by Matt on July 19, 2010 ·
The battle between Windows and Linux is infinite. The vast majority of the world still use Microsoft Windows as their operating system. This is because application developers and regular users have became familiar with the interface that MS Windows uses.
But what about Linux? Linux was never close to the popularity that Windows had. Linux was portrayed as a complex OS that regular, non-nerd, users [...]
Posted by Rahul on June 12, 2010 ·
Many of these softwares are capable replacements for paid software and have most of the functions.
1) PC Tune-up:
1. Glary Utilities: It removes a few features from the Pro version like automatic background optimization, and 24×7 assistance. Now that will not bother many, otherwise it offers most other features to optimize you PC.
2. CCleaner(System junk file cleaner)+Defraggler(Disk defragmenter)+Recuva(File [...]
Posted by Matt on June 2, 2010 ·
Good news, everyone! The long awaited µTorrent client is finally coming to Linux!
µTorrent was first released in 2005 only for windows. Then in 2006 the authors announced that they are planning to introduce a version of µTorrent for Mac in 2008. And recently the developers told us that they’re working on a version for Linux!
Since the release of the Idea Bank on utorrent.com the idea “Make [...]
Posted by Matt on May 14, 2010 ·
Google is teaming up with Intel and Sony in order to bring us a TV platform powered by Android. Of course this will not be your ordinary everyday TV. It’s running Android for a reason, right? Google is planning to enable web browsing on your television. You’ll be able to search for information, view pictures and even access social networks! This whole idea is not new, since a lot of companies [...]