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Nokia Mixes It Up With New Android X Family

Nokia on Monday confirmed months of speculation with the unveiling of its X family of smartphones running Android. The X, X+ and XL are priced at $123, $136 and $150, respectively. Like Nokia’s low-end Asha line, the X devices come in bright colors. They borrow some of Asha’s other well-received features as well. Unlike the Asha smartphones, however, the X ... Read More »

Barman 1.3.0 out now

Follow @LinuxUserMag Barman is an excellent tool for those who use a PostgreSQL database, and are concerned about data recovery if everything goes wrong. It provides the tools to create a full, off-site backup of multiple servers that so that if the worst happens you can easily retrieve the data. Barman 1.3.0 is out now, and offers some new features ... Read More »

GNOME Shell 3.10.4 Brings Support for High-Resolution Displays

The GNOME Project, through Florian Müllner, has announced that the fourth maintenance release of the stable GNOME Shell user interface for the GNOME 3.10 desktop environment is now available for download. GNOME Shell 3.10.4 fixes five regressions discovered in the window-tracking functionality implemented in the previous release, 3.10.3, fixes keyboard activation of legacy tray icons, and scales the UI (User ... Read More »

Meld 3.11.0 Has Been Ported to GTK+ 3

Kai Willadsen had the pleasure of announcing today, February 23, that the Meld visual diff and merge tool reached version 3.11.0, a release that includes many new features and improvements. First of all, Meld 3.11.0 has become a single-instance application, supports multiple windows, supports GNOME 3-style application menus, supports hidin… (read more) Read More »

Ubuntu’s Booth at MWC 2014 Looks Spectacular

The highly anticipated Mobile World Congress (MWC) event will start tomorrow, February 24, in Barcelona, Spain. As expected, Canonical will be there to showcase the latest version of its Ubuntu operating system for mobile devices, dubbed “Ubuntu – the human touch.” Mark Shuttleworth posted a few minutes ago on Google+ a photo of Canonical’s booth, which will be located in ... Read More »