Unity 2D Updates in Precise

Ubuntu 12.04 was codenamed “Precise Pangloin”

Ubuntu 12.04 user? Look out for an update coming shortly that brings with it some much needed fixes to the Unity 2D interface.

Install Pulseaudio With Built-In System-Wide Equalizer In Ubuntu

About two years ago we had an article about a system-wide Pulseaudio equalizer.

GNOME 3.8 To Ship With Reworked Folder Icons

The default GNOME icon theme isn't very popular among GNOME users, mainly because of the default folder icons, which many label as ugly (here's an example). However, with GNOME 3.8, the folder icons will use a different color which attempts to fix this, but is it enough?

Dell, Canonical Partner on Ubuntu for PowerEdge Servers

The biggest headlines Canonical has made recently have involved its endeavor to “converge” Ubuntu across devices by addi

New Ubuntu Spinoff Extends Life of Legacy Hardware

It’s easy to assume, from the stunning rate at which OEMs roll out newer and better versions of PCs, phones, tablets and other popular hardware, that few consumers want to hold on to aging devices.

Looks like Lightworks for Linux Beta is Almost here!

Video editing software are not a rarity in Linux. OpenShot and Kdenlive are two good examples. But when it comes to professional grade video editing software, Linux lacks good alternatives.

Extra Games Added to Humble Bundle with Android 5

It’s been the fastest selling Android bundle they’ve done – and now it’s just gotten sweeter as 3 extra games are now part of the pay-what-you-want offer.

Announcing the first Ubuntu SDK days

Hot on the heels of the announcements of the Ubuntu SDK and the Touch Developer Preview, the Ubuntu App development community brings you the first ever Ubuntu SDK Days

Ubuntu 13.04 Updates Nautilus, Update Tool Icons

Latest Icon Changes in Raring

File manager Nautilus and system utility Software Updater have been given new icons in the recent updates to Ubuntu 13.04.

2013 r/Linux Survey Puts Ubuntu on Top Again, Arch Linux is a Close No.2; KDE 4.x and Unity Becomes Most Loved and Most Hated Desktops Respectively

Wait is finally over. The results of second r/Linux survey is out. With nearly twice as much people participating, this year's results are even more significant. But if you look closely, the end results are not much different from the 2012 r/Linux survey.

Let’s go faster while preserving what works best

It’s been two weeks since Rick Spencer made the case for a rolling release approach in Ubuntu.

Ubuntu GNOME Remix now an Official Ubuntu Derivative, Renamed to Ubuntu GNOME

If you want the best of GNOME Shell and Ubuntu, there is no competition, Ubuntu GNOME Remix it is. We concluded our earlier review of Ubuntu GNOME Remix with the "best distro for Netbooks" title. It seems like a lot of people do agree with us.

Ubuntu’s Release Cycle and its Impact on the Channel

Daylight savings just began, which means it’s the time of year to start looking forward to the spring release of Ubuntu.

Can Canonical Rally Its Community for Ununtu Convergence?

Canonical, and the open source Ubuntu operating system it sponsors, seem to be in the midst of a major watershed moment.

Ubuntu GNOME Becomes An Official Ubuntu Flavour

Ubuntu GNOME, an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution that ships with GNOME Shell by default along with other GNOME applications that aren't available by default in Ubuntu, is now an official Ubuntu flavour.

How To Chat With Your Steam Friends From Pidgin

Pidgin OpenSteamWorks is a plugin that allows you to chat with your Steam friends from Pidgin.

Why use it? Well, if you're both a Steam and Pidgin user, you may find it more convenient to chat with your Steam friends from Pidgin, without having to open Steam, especially since the Steam Linux client is very resource hungry.

Intel Releases Linux Graphics Drivers Installer

Intel has released a tool that allows Linux users to easily install the latest graphics drivers to ensure the best user experience with Intel graphics hardware.

It’s Official: Ubuntu GNOME Remix Joins the Ubuntu Family

Here’s some feel-good news to kick the day off with: Ubuntu GNOME has been officially accepted into the Ubuntu family.

How to install Icinga (Nagios Fork) in Ubuntu 12.10 server

Icinga is an enterprise grade open source monitoring system which keeps watch over networks and any conceivable network resource, notifies the user of errors and recoveries and generates performance data for reporting. Scalable and extensible, Icinga can monitor complex, large environments across dispersed locations.

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Ubuntu Touch Style Launcher Icons for the Ubuntu Desktop

The Ubuntu Touch interface has been praised by many over these last few months – and it’s been more than justified.

Despite being designed around the same motifs and elements the Unity Phone and Tablet look is, it’s fair to say, slicker than the desktop counterpart.

Roguelike Game 'Dungeon Fray' Released

Shadowrun Returns Gameplay Video

Shadowrun Returns is a 2D turn-based RPG with an emphasis on storytelling and tactical combat.

New RPG from Ultima Creator Coming to Linux




Richard Garriott, the award winning designer and creator of the Ultima franchise, is working on a new fantasy role-playing game.

Unity To Get New Shutdown Dialogs, Scroll To Switch Between Windows Feature [Video]

Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail: it looks like two interesting changes will land in Unity soon: support for switching between windows of the same application by scrolling on the application icon in the Unity Launcher and a new Unity style for shutdown dialog boxes.

Dropbox-Like Cloud Sync And Collaboration Tool Seafile Gets Command Line Support, More

Seafile is an open source cloud sync and collaboration tool, similar to Dropbox, OwnCloud or Sparkleshare that you can install on your own server or you can sign up for an account and get 5 GB of free space.
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