Two of the most celebrated open-source applications are now available on the Windows Store, though one comes with a £7.49/$9.79 price tag attached.
In our Sunday Tangent series we highlight apps, hacks, and projects of interests on operating systems and mobile platforms other than Ubuntu.
A vast portion of the people in the open source community are folks who volunteer their time, effort & ideas, freely and without hesitation. Why?
DIY hardware company Adafruit has announced it will give a prize of $2000 to the first person who is able to write a open source and well documented driver for Microsoft's Kinect.
XMind is an OpenSource “brainstorming and mind mapping” application that provides tools for online collaboration, easy sharing and the ability to embed mind maps into blogs or websites with one click. XMind can help create […]