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Download Faenza Icons for Gnome – Ubuntu and Fedora

Faenza is a popular icon theme for linux. It is also used in some versions of android to create a great look. Recently a version 1.0 released. Faenza 1.0 adds a number of new icons and even launches support for symbolic icons in GNOME Shell. You will get the original […]

Ebooks and Freedom – Richard Stallman

In an age where business dominates our governments and writes our laws, every technological advance offers business an opportunity to impose new restrictions on the public. Technologies that could have empowered us are used to chain us instead. With printed books, You can buy one with cash, anonymously. Then you […]

Microsoft want to Say Happy Birthday Linux.

At last microsoft is one of the largest contributor of Latest Linux Kernel 3.0 code base.” Microsoft released 20,000 lines of device driver code to the Linux community. The code, which includes three Linux device drivers, has been submitted to the Linux kernel community for inclusion in the Linux tree. […]

Android at Home. Google extends platform with Open Accessory Development

  Now Android the most popular operating system in the world. Google activates 400,00 android devices a day. Now google taking your home. In google IO conference google introducted open accessory development kit. The [email protected] platform will be made freely available to developers so they can write apps that control […]

Microsoft Acquired Skype for $8.5 Billion Future of Linux Client is in Darkness

  Microsoft acquired Skype – Online Video calling, VOIP client service- for a $8.5 Billion. This is the largest purchase for the company this year. The company is there for past 10 years and it is growing. Skype is regularly reffed as glitch free video and distortion free audio calling. […]

Celebrating 20 Years of Linux – Milestones

It was 20 years gone after Linus Torvalds posted his hobby project, the linux kernal to the world. Through all these 20 years linux grown from a hobby project to industry changing Operating system with GNU. Now it is everywhere. In Supercomputers, Desktops, Embedded systems, satelites, mobile phones everywhere. around […]

Ubuntu 11.04 Default Wallpapers Pack

Ubuntu 11.04 nearing its final release with unity, the desktop project from ubuntu with compiz fusion, the 3D desktop of Linux. It includes Gnome 3. A new set of default wallpapers are released from the flickr competetion. There are 17 awsome wallpapers included in the collection. You can download the […]

Libreoffice 3.3 Released – Install on Ubuntu and Fedora

The Libreoffice 3.3 Released it is the fork of popular openoffice 3.3. Lot of features and addons enabled on libreoffice 3.3. The Projects Oxygenoffice, Plugins to openoffice and Go-oo, a fork project of openoffice are merged into libreoffice. And it is now the default package for coming Ubuntu 11.04 and […]

Gnome 3.0 New Website – gnome3.org

The next generation Gnome Desktop Gnome 3.0 will nearing the realease. The gnome shell is the highlight of Gnome 3.0. Gnome shell already put lot of hot discussions on internet already. Not supporting Compiz fusion, New Mutter window manager is buggy etc.. Also Ubuntu started their Unity project deviated from […]

Download Calendar 2011 – Wallpapers for 2011

The year 2011 is coming. It is nice to get a full set of tux wallpapers for each month. You can print or You can put it as your computer’s wallpaper. Different tux for each month. January 2011 February 2011 March 2011 April 2011 May 2011 June 2011 July 2011 […]

Light Works v10 Public Beta Released by Editshare

The Academy and emmy award winning Video editor Lightworks gone to Public Beta. As promissed by Editshare in April this is the first release of Lightworks in Opensource. Image by william couch via Flickr Lightworks is now available for download. Lightworks is an Academy and Emmy award winning software that […]

Open Source Facebook clone DIASPORA Starting

Image by M1K3Y via Flickr After Effect of facebook Privacy Issues a team from four NYU students decided to create an open source alternative to Facebook. Their goal was to raise $10,000 for their summer project, but dramatic interest helped them raise over $100,000 through donations. Even Facebook CEO Mark […]

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