The first, and final, beta of Ubuntu 14.10 ‘Utopic Unicorn’ is now available to download. Other Ubuntu flavors have issued alpha and beta milestones for testing, but this beta marks the first formal development release of Ubuntu with Unity. With all hands on polishing up the RTM builds of Ubuntu for Phones ahead of the first handset launch before years end, […]
LibreOffice 4.3.2 has been made available for immediate download, and brings improved file compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats.
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If you’ve played with an iPhone or iPad running iOS 8 you night have spotted a new feature in Spotlight — a feature with more than a passing resemblance to anyone to a key part of the Ubuntu desktop. Let me preface this by saying that good ideas catch on. That is a good thing. In culture, in literature, or in […]
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The GNOME project has announced the release of GNOME 3.14, the latest stable update to its popular Linux environment. Following the well received and feature-packed release of 3.10 back in March, 2014, was never going to be an easy task. As a whole, 3.14 is lighter on the bells and whistles than its predecessor but still arrives packing […]
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive quietly hit Linux last night, arriving stealth-like in the games libraries of Steam users.
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An updated build of the 'NSS' library required to make HTML5 Netflix playback work natively in Ubuntu is now being rolled out to LTS users.
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Open-source software outfit Yorba has announced new stable releases of photo management app Shotwell and slick desktop e-mail client Geary.
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We saw last month just how close native Netflix support for Linux is to arriving, with now only a few simple steps required to enable HTML5 video streaming on Ubuntu desktops. Now Netflix wants to go one further. It wants to bring true, out-of-the-box Netflix playback to all Ubuntu users. And all it requires is an update to the Network […]
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