jeudi 15 novembre 2012

KDE Gets Ubuntu Unity Like Dash: Homerun Launcher

Posted: 14 Nov 2012 12:13 PM PST

Some KDE developers have created a nice project called Homerun Launcher which makes it ever easier and pleasant to use your PC. Homerun Launcher is something similar to Gnome's Activities or Ubuntu's Dash – with some customizations typical of KDE.

Posted: 14 Nov 2012 01:07 AM PST

Samsung has been on the winning side against Apple's legal attacks around the globe - including the UK, Germany and The Netherlands. It's only the US, Apple's home turf, where it is facing some challenges.
Posted: 14 Nov 2012 07:44 PM PST

The Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OTA (Over The Air) update is now available for Asus Nexus 7. The new update packs features like lock screen widgets, new notifications, multi user support and support for external dispalys.

Posted: 14 Nov 2012 12:53 PM PST

A very serious argument erupted on the Linux kernel mailing list when Andy Grover, a Red Hat SCSI target engineer, requested that Nicholas A. Bellinger, the Linux SCSI target maintainer, provide proof of non-infringment of the GPL.
Posted: 14 Nov 2012 08:17 AM PST

Google TV has just got a new update that makes hunting content on your smart telly faster and easier, by the simple method of talking to it.
It's 'Voice Search' where you can basically say anything you want to the TV and see what results come up. You won't know how good the gizmo's hearing is until you've tried it. Say "HBO" and you might go right to a shopping channel selling deodorant, or say "Homeland" to see all the live and streaming options to watch the show. You can even say "how to tie a bow tie" and watch a YouTube video showing you how to do it. Which nicely segues into Google TV's updated YouTube app.
With it, devices automatically pair up, so you can play any YouTube video from your Android phone or tablet on your TV with just one button.
The update comes with a re-branded and improved TV & Movies app, now called PrimeTime. Where you can browse 100,000+ movies and TV episodes that are available to watch.
The update starts to roll out this week to LG devices and to other devices thereafter.  For more information, check out the updated Google TV overview.
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Posted: 14 Nov 2012 07:43 AM PST

The Linux powered refrigerator is alive, and wants to run all your internet-enabled apps. Samsung has developed a custom Busybox Linux for their $3500 refrigerator. Samsung's Website puts it briefly:
Upgrade your life with a Wi-Fi enabled refrigerator featuring a brilliant 8" touchscreen that puts access to apps at your fingertips. Check the morning weather, browse the web for recipes, explore your social networks or leave notes for your family—all from the refrigerator door.

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