Well I've been spending the last couple hours getting acquainted with my CR-48, and it's definitely been a fun experience. I was extremely excited as I dug into the box with the cutesy illustration of a rocket powered mouse wheel to get at the computer.
Which direction are the four major players taking? Is the cloud really the next step? Was porridge the best choice for breakfast this morning? Find out all this and more with Tyler's exciting editorial after the jump.
Like many of us DeviantArt user DG09 likes to cap, post and upload screenshots of his Ubuntu desktop every month.
One of the criticisms Android has received plenty of flak for is its comparatively low battery life compared with other smartphones. Google blames it on third party applications, but I've found many other ways to improve your battery life without having to uninstall everything.
When using my netbook I loathe having to use Empathy - or any instant messenger for that matter. But why?
Over 7, 000 of you voted in our poll querying you as to your mail app of choice. Results and a pretty graph after the jump.
As i battled trying to fix my Ubuntu desktop yesterday (seriously kiddies, leave Natty alone!) a comment by Andy Piper got lost in the moderation queue. (All comments that contain links have to be pre-approved […]
I interrupt normal proceedings to offer you an apology.
Most readers landing upon this page wouldn't require a seconds hesitation in answering the question posed above. But for a contestant on India's version of 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' it required an entire audience vote to pick an answer.
To many of us applications are like cars: you get it, turn them on and they run. The running, fine-tuning and servicing of the app/car is left to a professional – in this case developers. […]
Come take a look at how Tyler customizes and fine tunes his Ubuntu install in the way of software, eye-candy, and usability, and try out his Compiz profile!
You can never have too much of a good thing, right? That is unless it comes to Linux music players. ‘Pogo’ is the latest weight to sit upon the buckling shelf of native Linux music players - but is it any good?