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Mark Shuttleworth Talks About Canonical's Conflict with KDE and GNOME Developers

Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Canonical, took the time to answer a few question from the community, during an Ubuntu Open Week session. During the Ubuntu Open Week, Canonical developers have a transparency exercise with the community and they share a lot of interesting information. Mark Shuttleworth himself has decided to talk about Canonical’s relationship with GNOME and KDE develoepers. ... Read More »

Unreal Engine 4 to Support Linux

Heavy Gear Assault, a game developed Stompy Bot Productions on the Unreal 4 engine, will arrive on Linux, if they manage to raise enough money on Kickstarter. Besides the details about this interesting game developed with the old Heavy Gear titles in mind, another piece of information has a lot more weight. Unreal 4 is the next generation engine developed ... Read More »

Google Chrome updated with conversational features

Follow @LinuxUserMag Google’s I/O 2013 keynote last week was very exciting, and while there was no specific Android OS update, there was enough new stuff to cram into the two hour conference that we didn’t specifically need it. During the talk, Google talked about upcoming features being added to Chrome, the browser built on top of open source Chromium, including ... Read More »

Midnight Commander Will Whip Your Files Into Shape

Midnight Commander is one of those original computing tools that keeps getting better with age. It may be old school, but its file managing capabilities keep it at the head of its class. Midnight Commander is a text-mode file manager that runs in a terminal. It uses a two-panel interface and a subshell for command execution. It is reminiscent of ... Read More »

Bitdefender Clueful exposes Android spies

LinuxSecurity.com: Bitdefender Clueful is designed to warn Android users about apps that put their privacy at risk. Available free of charge, the app checks whether any of a user’s installed programs are known to transmit smartphone numbers to advertising networks or cause push-message spam. Read More »