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New UK Computer Science curriculum outlined

Follow @LinuxUserMag Schools in the UK have not been doing a great job teaching computing skills to kids for the past ten or so years. It’s bee a long time since kids would pick up BASIC on a BBC Micro, before setting up game studios in their garage. The highest form of formal education in UK schools consists of the ... Read More »

What Should You Expect from GNOME 3.10

GNOME 3.10 should be released this month, on September 25, and every Linux users who uses it expects the unexpected, so we thought it will be a very good idea to preview some of its upcoming features. First of all, we should mention the new apps. Yes, there are a bunch of new applications that will be introduced with the ... Read More »

Download Linux Kernel 3.12 Release Candidate 1

Linus Torvalds announced a few minutes ago, September 16, that the first Release Candidate version of the upcoming Linux 3.12 kernel is now available for download and testing. Linux kernel 3.12 RC1 is a normal release and it is composed of about 73% drivers, 12% architecture updates, and 6% file system improvements. “I personally particularly like the scalability improvements that ... Read More »

Mozilla Firefox 24 Is Now Available for Download

Mozilla has uploaded a few minutes ago, September 16, 2013, the final packages of their exceptional Mozilla Firefox 24.0 web browser for Linux and Mac OS X platforms (a Windows version is not available at the time of writing this). This announcement is only for those of your who want to download the brand-new Mozilla Firefox 24… (read more) Read More »