Posts Tagged ‘open source’
Human beings are still worth cherishing, even if the computer can do it all, argues Simon
Has Windows 8 been designed to hold people back rather than push them forward?, wonders Simon
Rise of the Guardians ‘primary tools’ have now been released with an open source licence, allows for sparse volume processing
The source for Raspberry Pi’s VideoCore drivers has been released, leading the way to a finished Android port and other hacks
The North American LinuxCon has only just kicked off today, but there’s already been some news out of the show
Firefox 15 has been released, and includes a few updated on both desktop and Android versions, including speed and tablet optimizations.
We interview Michael Meeks about LibreOffice’s future, what features he wants added, and the state of LibreOffice on Android and iOS.
Linux mainstay MPlayer has skipped version 1.0 and gone straight to 1.1, bringing with it bug fixes and new HD features
Free software idealism is a necessary and desirable part of the software landscape, says Richard Hillesley…
TheCorpora has opened pre-orders for the Q.bo, the completely open source robot. Due out at the end of the year, there are several versions available for different enthusiasts
MATE has come of age, with version 1.2 removing remaining GNOME references in this major update.
Netflix is planning to open source their Simian Army, a series of cloud tools developed by the company that help maintain their busy infrastructure