Say goodbye to your productivity: GOG.com has just made a stash of 50 classic PC games available on Linux.
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A new stable release of Mozilla Firefox, version 31, has been made available for download, and contains a modest set of changes.
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The latest experimental build of the native Dropbox Linux client has debuted with an all new Qt interface.
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If you've ever found yourself wondering what sort of workspace environment the creator of Linux works from, it's your lucky day.
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YouTube is one of the biggest libraries of music on the web, with an estimated 60 million songs covering virtually every genre, artist and album imaginable. Better yet, it works everywhere and is free. Atraci is a new new open-source desktop media player that takes the expanse of YouTube, uses some clever meta-data matching through Last.fm and […]
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One of the world's most popular music streaming services has migrated almost 5000 of its servers to Ubuntu.
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The latest stable release of the popular Cinnamon desktop environment is once again available for Ubuntu users to install. And while it’s good to go out of the box (or rather PPA) there are a handful of small tweaks you can make to get an even better experience. If you don’t have Cinnamon installed in Ubuntu head on over […]
KDE has announced the first release of Plasma 5, a major reworking of the KDE desktop.
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I love GNOME Shell… but what I don’t love is having to rustle through a hidden screen to get at my favourite applications. It may make me sound awesomely retro, a UX luddite, or who has become far too accustomed to usability of Unity but I, like many of you reading this, like having my fave apps […]