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Reviews of popular Linux software, games and services.

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Easily Install Android On A Netbook

Although we here at OMG! Ubuntu! are Ubuntu fans it’s always interesting (and exciting!) to take a peek at what else also exists out there in the crowded jungle of OSes. Today we’re going to […]

13 December 2009
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Is The New gThumb A Potential F-Spot Killer?

gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop that allows users to manage, tag, sort, view and edit their photo collection from the one application. It can import photos directly from digital […]

26 November 2009
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Shotwell Image Manager 0.3.0 Reviewed

The official spiel describes Shotwell as an “open source photo organizer” for the GNOME desktop. It is, however, a little bit more than that. Not much, but a little. Photo organization Organization in Shotwell takes […]

9 November 2009
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Visual Tour n’ Tweak Guide To Ubuntu Karmic Netbook Remix

I previously covered Ubuntu Karmic desktop and Kubuntu Netbook Remix, but despite using Karmic NBR i haven’t really touched on it! Until now… The majority of features in the Netbook Remix are the same as […]

28 October 2009
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A Guided Tour Of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

It’s set to be the biggest and best release of Ubuntu so far and it impresses right from the get-go with an impressive installer, fast boot times, new artwork and a whole lot more. Meet […]

24 October 2009
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Linux Twitter Applications Reviewed

There are quite a number of different twitter clients available on Ubuntu. I decided to try some of them out and find a favourite… There are a few key things i look for in a […]

22 October 2009
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Emesene 1.5 – The BEST Messenger for MSN?

Emesene 1.6 has now been released ?” find out more @ ——————————————————!#——————– Emesene 1.5 is one of the best instant messengers available for use with the MSN Network thanks to its massive feature set […]

5 October 2009

My Thoughts On Ubuntu One

I finally received my invitation to Ubuntu One a few days ago. Since then I’ve been using it daily, and I have to admit that the integration it offers with Ubuntu is, as expected, second […]

22 May 2009