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#Symple Introduces the $89 Planet Friendly #Ubuntu #Linux Web Workstation
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Individuals inspire us. From the #opensource community to the maker community, individuals are changing the way software and hardware are built. Together they are advancing the most exciting areas of technology, from #Linux to cloud and #supercomputing to consumer electronics, the Internet of Things (IoT), commercial drones and much more. Hundreds of thousands of people are working today on what will be tomorrow’s biggest innovations.
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#Google introduced the #Chromebook at the 2011 I/O conference and the first models were released to the public that summer. Many people were skeptical about the utility and usefulness of a computer based on a web browser: the key message was “how useful would it be when there was no Internet connection?” #Linux
Google introduced the Chromebook at the 2011 I/O conference and the first models were released to the public that summer. Many people were skeptical about
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Found the drink that makes you become a #Linux wizard
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Most people are happy with inexpensive #Chromebooks. Some people, and I'm one of them, want top-of-the-line hardware and were willing to pay $1,449 for the Chromebook Pixel back in 2013. Now, #Google will soon be releasing a Chromebook Pixel 2. #Linux #ChromeOS
Summary:Google won't confirm it, but it's clear that there's a new version of the Chromebook Pixel on its way.
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With the launch of #Unreal Engine 4.7, Epic Games has added the ability to export to #HTML5 as a regular part of their Windows binary engine releases. One of the world’s most advanced game engines is one step closer to delivering truly amazing content right in your browser. With this addition, developers will be able to create content in Unreal Engine 4.7, immediately compile it to the Web, and launch it in their browser of choice with the click of a button.
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Is HTML5 really a bigger market than Linux that still hasn't attained this status in UE4?
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As every #Linux user surely knows, #grep is a reliable command-line tool for in-depth file searching. Still, many beginners avoid it because they dislike the terminal. The apps presented in this article aren’t exactlyalternatives to grep because in some usage scenarios grep is truly irreplaceable. Instead, let’s call them visual upgrades for grep because they extend grep’s functionality and wrap it in a full-fledged graphical interface.
grep is a reliable tool for in-depth file searching. The following tools extend grep's functionality and wrap it in a full-fledged graphical interface.
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the culture shock mate

no pleb in his right mind can handle that mucj power being released for free in one tool

before its made an app

just shut up about it and keep it private

its too powerful

they'll have your live eaten daily
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Technalysis Research predicts that Microsoft's Windows OS will be on 88.7% of PCs shipped in 2015, down from 90.4% last year. Its market share is shrinking as Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) Mac OS computers and Google's (NASDAQ:GOOGL) #Chrome OS PCs make gains. #Linux
Microsoft's Windows operating system will drop below 90% of the PC market in terms of unit shipments worldwide this year, a new report says.
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+Davíð Þórisson very true... Microsoft, Apple both steal ideas and claim then as their own. Plus with the money behind their development team they tend to be able to add more polish...

Personally I still prefer the freedom of a Linux distro... ✌
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As #Docker con­tin­ues to gain pop­u­lar­ity, more and more min­i­mal­ist oper­at­ing sys­tems are emerg­ing to run the plat­form in pro­duc­tion and at scale. #Rancher Labs recently announced a new open-​source oper­at­ing sys­tem designed explic­itly for Docker. #Linux
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I like how this site looks on mobile!
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And no, you can't zoom out or scroll left and right.
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With each passing day, it appears that new revelations come out, detailing how the #Komodia #Superfish malware is even worse than originally expected. If you don't recall, last week it came out that #Lenovo was installing a bit of software called "Superfish" as a default bloatware on a bunch of its "consumer" laptops.
With each passing day, it appears that new revelations come out, detailing how the Komodia/Superfish malware is even worse than originally expected. If you don't recall, last week it came out that Lenovo was installing a bit of software called...
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Holy...... Sh**!!! Even Worse....
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By now, most of you have likely heard about the new #Ubuntu #phone selling out fairly quickly after its release. In a crowded mobile market, any new entries to the smart phone operating system space must find their niche fairly quickly. We've seen how failing to address this can lead to mediocre results with #Windows Phones.  #Linux
The Ubuntu phone has created some buzz, and while it faces big challenges, this phone has some real advantages.
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Finally I had enough free time to get #Kde #Plasma on my #Arch #Linux workstation.

Installation was pretty easy but understanding how things work now was not because there are some differences with Kde4.
In fact Plasma 5 and Kde Frameworks 5 are both based on Qt5 while, at the moment, most of Kde Applications are Qt4 based so that may bring to some graphical inconsistencies.

However I will talk on how to install Plasma on Arch Linux on a next post. Here are some screeshots of my Arch Linux workstation.
Here are some screenshots of Kde Plasma 5.2 on my Arch Linux workstation.
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