Glide Past Windows Vista and Mac OS X to Linux and Desktop Freedom

The Linux PC just became user friendly and compatible with Windows, Mac and most smartphones making it an attractive alternative for businesses and consumers to Windows and Mac. Glide Sync is available today for download at completing the Glide Desktop solution for Linux. Glide Sync currently supports Linux 2.6 / x86 architecture (Intel x86 and [...]

OIN Extends the Linux Ecosystem with Google As Its First End-User Licensee

Open Invention Network (OIN), the company formed to spur innovation and protect the Linux System, today extended the Linux Ecosystem with the signing of Google as its first end-user licensee. By becoming a licensee, Google has joined the growing list of companies that are leveraging the Open Invention Network to share Linux–based intellectual property. [...]

LinuxMCE 0704 Released

LinuxMCE 0704 is a major improvement over the original 1.0 release. According to a poll, 86% now report LinuxMCE installs and starts up without problems, versus 27% with the original release. There's a new demo Video that's much more polished and is actually a full walk-through you can follow starting with a clean PC, showing all [...]

Sabayon Linux x86/x86-64 3.4 [Stable Release]

After 4 months of hard and deep development, the Sabayon Linux Crew is happy to announce the IMMEDIATE availability of Sabayon Linux 3.4 ! "Sabayon is an Italian dessert made with egg yolks, sugar, a sweet liquor (usually Marsala wine), and sometimes cream or whole eggs. It is a very light custard, which has been whipped [...]

LinuxDevices: Building the Ultimate Linux-Based Music Server

Are you the do-it-yourself type who has some experience fiddling with Linux and has small wad ($600) of disposable income on hand? If yes, your next music server project is laid out for you in painstaking detail at LinuxDevices (via digg). What you'll be making exactly is a silent (and the author really means silent) [...]

Intel Launches for Linux MID Developers

According to Wired, "[], which launched last week, will host community-based development projects for the latest Intel-based [Mobile Internet Devices]. In addition to hosting code, documentation, a bug tracker and development tools, Intel also hopes to foster interoperability between the various devices." Sounds pretty sweet. It also appears that anyone can participate, join a project [...]

Microsoft Surface, Watch Your Back! Here Comes MPX for X Server on Linux

Peter Hutterer, a PhD student at the Wearable Computer Lab at the University of South Australia, has released a Beta version of his multicursor modification to the X server windowing system under Linux (via digg). What it does, in essence, is provide users in a X windows desktop environment like KDE or GNOME to use [...]

Dell Goes Tux Crazy in New "Linux at Dell" Promo Video

What to say? If you're a Linux geek, view on. If you're a Microsoft die-hard, you'll probably want to pass. The following video highlights GNU/Linux in a way (think, The Onion) never seen before by any OEM. Not sure who wrote the script at Dell, but the name references and satire are kinda funny (cheesy [...]