mardi 30 octobre 2012

Android 4.2 And Not The iOS Is The World's Most Advanced Mobile OS

Android 4.2 And Not The iOS Is The World's Most Advanced Mobile OS


Android 4.2 And Not The iOS Is The World's Most Advanced Mobile OS

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 02:01 PM PDT


Apple always over uses adjectives for its products. The company touts its iOS as the world's most advanced mobile operating system. Which is not true anymore.

Breaking: Google's Nexus 4 Will Be Available On Nov 13 For $299

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 09:58 AM PDT


Hurricane Sandy washed Google's much awaited Nexus event, but instead of waiting to reschedule the event Google has announced the much awaited Nexus 4 phone.

Amazon Attacks Apple iPad Mini On Its Home Page

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 04:09 AM PDT


Amazon has posted an ad on its homepage highlighting how inferior iPad Mini is to its own Kindle Fire HD and yet being sold at a higher price. The tag line of the ad is "Much More for Much Less".

Ubuntu Will Be An Open-platform That Spans Everything From The Phone To The Cloud And Supercomputers, Mark Shuttleworth

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 10:37 PM PDT


Mark Shuttleworth delivered a keynote on the opening day of the UDS and ha announced future plans that he has with Ubuntu. Expanding Ubuntu is one of the key goals of Canonical, and they have already started the process to make Ubuntu available in not only desktops and servers, but also phone, tablets, cloud and supercomputers.

Raring Ringtail Logo Released, Now Open For Development

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 10:33 PM PDT


Canonical has released the official logo of the upcoming version of Ubuntu operating system, Ubuntu 13.04 codenamed Raring Ringtail. Further, in devel mialing list, the developers announced that Raring Ringtail is now open for development and so programmers can gear up for the next release.

Linux More Viable Than Windows 8 for Gaming, Says Valve, Canonical Gears Up On Ubuntu Gaming Plans

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 10:24 PM PDT


The Ubuntu Developers Summit now happening in Copenhagen this year has put forward some interesting facts about gaming on Ubuntu platform. Some of the Valve's employees were present during the summit and discussed the future of Steam on Ubuntu in particular, and Linux in general.

Crossover To Be Free On October 31st

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 10:19 PM PDT


Codeweavers, the makers of commercial version of Wine (CrossOver) are providing their software for free this Halloween. The only catch, you need to go and vote this US elections. However, the software will be available for free to anyone in the world with a support for one year.

Quote from the official announcement: