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A newer version of desktop mail client Geary is now available to install on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
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Canonical developers have confirmed their plans to fork the GNOME Control Centre in Ubuntu 14.04.
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Logitech's Unifying Receiver can be a bit of a hassle to use on Linux, but 'Solaar' makes it easy.
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Symantec has updated its long-lived Storage Foundation software to make use of a server’s SSDs and speed up app and data access times by up to 400 per cent.
The best Linux videos of 2013 that celebrate big milestones, seek to educate, or communicate a broader message about the values and mission of Linux and open source software.
The Fedora 20 release is tantalizingly close, but even without the final gold seal of approval we have a clear picture of the features that users will be enjoying very soon. One of the additions to Fedora 20 is the inclusion of Apache Hadoop packages, which will let users easily get up and running with Hadoop right out of the box. Fedora contributor Matthew Farrellee talked to us about the packaging effort, what this means for Fedora 20, and what's coming in Fedora 21 and beyond.
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Microsoft is caught in a monkey-trap, created by cloud computing and Free Software, coupled with short-term thinking and a dose of not-invented-here syndrome.
By turning computers into software, virtualisation can increase security and free us from underlying complex hardware. Systems can be deployed in moments, and we're offered much better efficiency and flexibility.