Will it ? Conventional logic would say, Yes ! I mean, Open Source is free, right ? Everyone should infact be only using Open Source in an economic crisis. Well, Andrew Keen doesn’t think so and he’s on Slashdot right now for thinking the way he does. Now, Andrew is entitled his opinion and all […]
The GNOME foundation has released the new version of the GNOME Desktop environment, version 2.24. This release features a lot of bug fixes, performance improvements and new software. This is also the first release of the GNOME mobile platform which is already a part of the various Linux based mobile device platforms such as Ubuntu […]
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has decided to offer it’s users the option of purchasing proprietary media codecs. It doesn’t matter if the users purchase their copy of Ubuntu, download it or bought a computer pre-installed with Ubuntu. There is an animated dicussion going on about this news at slashdot and other places. Canonical has […]
[tablet] Michael Arrington from TechCrunch recently posted about a tablet PC that he wanted built. And I have to admit that the mock up looks very cool.
If you came here looking for THE one definitive answer, I’m sorry to disappoint you. There is none ! There are lesser contenders for the title than, say, two years back, but the battle is still on. Microsoft released its new virtualisation offering, Hyper-V, on thursday and has decided to take on the golliath of […]