Mobile phone companies join together to form a common reference platform based on Linux

Several companies related to the world of mobile communications want to join forces to try to homogenize the world of mobile phone software. A group of mobile phone companies, including Vodafone, DoCoMo, Motorola, Samsung Nec, and Panasonic, have announced plans to collaboratively develop a Linux-based phone operating system. This is nothing more than another attempt […]

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7 Essential Linux Apps for Guitarists

If you have a digital audio device that can connect your guitar to your Linux computer, there is an open source software library you can access to record, edit, and process the signal. These apps are especially suitable for guitarists, but can be useful for any musician. Digital Audio Workstation: Audacity The granddaddy of open […]

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How to fix broken packages in Linux

Linux package managers like Apt and DNF are extremely powerful and intuitive, but that doesn’t mean things can’t go wrong. Occasionally, a package installation goes wrong and you have to pick up the pieces. Package managers have the ability to fix broken packages and skip broken updates to get your system up and running again […]

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“With Intel processors and Windows and Linux compatibility we are going to gain market share”

Jesús Sánchez, from Desktop Publishing, presents Apple’s video editing technologies at the SICARM new technologies congress in Murcia. From his stand he observes how the iPod’s “halo effect” is generating trust and awakening curiosity among new customers about Apple’s computers and solutions. “People are amazed when they see two operating systems, four applications and a […]

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