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Australian embedded systems designer Redfish is hoping to attract funding from the crowd to market a secure routing platform that open-sources both the hardware and software to protect users from unwanted snooping.
We invited you in January to share your knowledge with users and developers new to Linux. Thanks to your generous support and contributions, the community has uploaded 83 Linux video tutorials. We are almost to goal and need your help to reach 100 Linux video tutorials in January.
This year's list of the top 10 cool Linux-based gifts has dropped the price limit from $500 to $400, with seven candidates falling below $300. The list includes two holdovers from last year, along with a range of other products including a Linux-based bike computer, drone and home automation kit.
Linux.com writer Eric Brown presents his top 10 Linux-based gadgets for the holidays, in alphabetical order here. For the full story click "read article," below.
Looking for some new Creative Commons music? Before you fire up your browser to search the Jamendo website you might want to try out the following new Unity Scope.
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The lightweight Linux audio player DeaDBeeF has been updated, with an interactive new design mode being one of several new features included in the 0.6.0 release.
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Some remarkable technical wizardry lies behind BlackBerry’s Android coup. When it was launched in January, BlackBerry’s new OS was brand new BlackBerry 10 and largely app-less. But today it can execute Android apps at impressive speed. How did they do it? Thanks to some helpful inside knowledge, The Register will reveal it all.
The Desktop Linux Twitter app Turpial is undergoing something of a regeneration for its upcoming 'Version 3' release.
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