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Geary, the popular desktop e-mail client for Linux, has been updated to version 0.10 — and it gains a glut of new features in the process.

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(GUI) makes it easier for a user to interact with their system and that's what new users may need to get started with Linux; that's what I needed when I was starting off with Linux back in 2005. But as I matured as a user I found CLI (command line interface) was more efficient than fiddling with the buttons of a tool.

Wide-open rsync blunder leaves popular gateways vulnerable to hijacking

Travelers are used to getting screwed over by hotel internet access.

This Week in Linux News, 5 key Linux skills for job-seekers, concern over Windows 10 shutout, and more. Here are five Linux and open source must-reads from this week's news.

You can now Download Ubuntu 15.04 Beta 2, the latest release in the Vivid Vervet release cycle.

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Later this year, upstart vendor BLU will release a smartphone that pre-installs a version of Cyanogen's alternative Android build, but with a twist. 

New tools for Visual Studio tackle server-side JavaScript

Microsoft has doubled down on its support for the Node.js server-side JavaScript framework with a new set of tools that turn Visual Studio into a full-fledged Node.js IDE.

Google is offering a new incentive for using its Google Compute Engine. With Google Cloud Launcher, you can launch more than 120 popular open-source packages.

Google Apps is very Linux friendly. But when using Linux, how do you get the most out of your experience?