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Open war in Linux world
Fudzilla / 4/7/14
Kay Sievers, a well-known open-source software engineer, is a key developer of systemd, a system management framework for Linux-based operating systems. Sievers was banned by kernel maintainer Linus Torvalds for failing to fix an issue that caused ...
Brits pay millions to continue Windows XP usage in public services
Afterdawn.com / 4/6/14
After April 8, XP users are strongly recommended to either get a new PC, upgrade to a newer Windows OS, switch to Linux or find a more limited, offline usage for the operating system. The British government has no plans to rush to upgrade systems across its ...
Torvalds rails at Linux developer
LXer (press release) / 4/5/14
... bug that could prevent systems from booting. The target of Torvald's latest tirade was Kay Sievers, one of the key developers of systemd, a system-management daemon that isn't part of the kernel but is among the first software to launch when Linux boots.
Warning out vs fake Google apps in Windows Phone store
GMA News / 4/5/14
If you own a phone running Microsoft's Windows Phone OS, think twice before downloading a Google app from the Windows Phone store – it might be malware in disguise. Security vendor Bitdefender said the fake Google Apps include Hangouts, Google ...
Unreal Engine to get Linux, SteamOS support
bit-tech.net / 4/4/14
Following rival Crytek's announcement that the next release of CryEngine will include support for Linux, Epic's popular Unreal Engine becomes yet another big name offering support for developers looking to target the open-source operating system.
Windows Phone 8.1 vs Android 4.4 KitKat: Microsoft is making strides, but is it ...
ITProPortal / 4/4/14
Android was already starting its meteoric rise as Windows Phone launched in 2010, but the open nature, customisability, and rapid update cycle have helped Google's platform take the lion's share of the mobile market. Now Microsoft ... Google Now and voice search do much the same thing, but it doesn't need to learn over time – most of what it needs is already in Gmail and your search history. Google's ... The new OS will add a range of built-in lock screen themes that offer various pieces of information and layouts.
Linus Torvalds suspends key Linux developer
Network World / 4/3/14
Kay Sievers, a well-known open-source software engineer, is a key developer of systemd, a system management framework for Linux-based operating systems. Systemd is currently used by several prominent Linux distributions, including two of the most ...
Epic releases Unreal Engine 4.1 preview with Linux, SteamOS support
Gamasutra / 4/3/14
Epic has made radical changes to its business in the past few weeks, opening up a new subscription system for Unreal Engine licensing and committing to making the engine code open source on GitHub. Today Epic offered a preview of what's coming in the Unreal Engine 4.1 update, launching a ... testing, but that pass for 4.1 starts tomorrow...the preview builds are for the adventurous." The 4.1 source code will also offer initial support for running and packaging games for Linux as well as the Linux-based SteamOS.
Memory Diag monitors and cleans up your RAM usage on Mac OS X
tuaw.com / 4/3/14
Memory Diag is a nice free utility app available on the Mac App Store. Like a lot of memory utilities (including the OS X Activity Monitor), it will analyze your RAM usage, tell you what applications are using the most resources, and offer to clean things up by ...
Windows 7 Vs Windows 8 – Where to Migrate From Windows XP?
Tech Thirsty / 4/2/14
Microsoft Windows 8 vs windows 7 In one of the most shocking and surprising news of 2014, Microsoft has recently announced that it will end support for Windows XP. Windows XP is being used by millions of customers worldwide for the last 13 years.