It's easy to get angry at software and hardware companies that don't provide support for Linux, but have you ever taken time to thank those that do?
The folks over at Spotify have sent over this sneak peek at some neat work they've been doing to integrate Spotify with Ubuntu's nifty Sound Menu.
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 […]
An update to Spotify for Linux is here - and it has mono icons.
If you’ve never tried Pandora, (and you live in America, as it is US only) you probably should. Type in your favorite artist or band, and then BAM, it starts playing tracks from them, as […]
Spotify Unlimited subscribers are now able to use the Spotify for Linux preview. Prior to now the preview was only available to Premium subscribers – Spotify’s highest tier package – but in an update today […]
The popular music streaming service â€˜Spotify’ has today announced a preview release of a native Linux build for their desktop media player. Until now Linux users of the service had to use Spotify through Wine […]
Spotify â€” a streaming music service extremely popular over here in Europe â€” pushed out a new socially enhanced release from their rafters a few days ago. The big â€˜gist’ of the release is the […]