Archiwum z Lipiec 2013

Free iOS 7-like Control Center app for Android

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

 ITworld: Control Center is a free app for Android that strongly resembles the control center in Apple’s iOS 7 operating system.

What If Ubuntu Edge Misses Fundraising Goal?

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

 FOSSforce: It’s beginning to look as if the naysayers are right about Mark Shuttleworth’s hopes to raise $32 million to produce about 40,000 Ubuntu Edge devices.

Mozilla Grows Peach Fuzz with Blackberry; Debuts Security Minion

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

Datamation: Security for Mozilla and Blackberry is set to get boost thanks to a little Peach Fuzzing.

IBM Brings More POWER to Linux

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

ServerWatch: IBM’s Power 750 server is getting a new Linux flavor.

Microsoft Cozies Up to Linux Via Virtualization

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

OSTATIC: And that’s all because of Azure.

13 apps that will make you wish you had an Android smartphone

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

FP: In most cases, developers prefer to make new smartphone apps for iPhone first, only moving to Android and other platforms once they get some traction.

Poor countries saving money by using Linux

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

IT World: Linux has so much to offer, with little or no cost.

KTAP Tracing Expands On The Linux Kernel

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

The KTAP scripting dynamic tracing tool for Linux has seen its second major release…

The KTAP scripting dynamic tracing tool for Linux has seen its second major release…

Read more at Phoronix

Microsoft Office for Android Now Available, But Not for Tablets

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

Microsoft is extending its Office mobile software to Android this week, bringing basic editing to smartphones running Android 4.0 or higher. Following the release of Office for iPhone, the Android variant is almost identical in what it provides and its requirements. You’ll need to sign into the application using an…

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Microsoft is extending its Office mobile software to Android this week, bringing basic editing to smartphones running Android 4.0 or higher. Following the release of Office for iPhone, the Android variant is almost identical in what it provides and its requirements. You’ll need to sign into the application using an Office 365 subscription to view or edit documents, and Microsoft isn’t providing a standalone or free version.

Much like the iPhone version, Office for Android includes a recent documents tab and access to create Word and Excel documents. Microsoft is optimising the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps within this application for phones. There’s no plans for an Android tablet version, and Microsoft is recommending users make use…

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Canonical Starts Work On Mir Multi-Monitor Handling

środa, 31 Lipiec 2013

One of the feature limitations of using the Mir Display Server up to this point has been when using multiple monitors (or say a laptop connected to a projector) the only display configuration possibility is using a cloned mode whereby the screens are the same. Canonical’s Mir developers have begun…

One of the feature limitations of using the Mir Display Server up to this point has been when using multiple monitors (or say a laptop connected to a projector) the only display configuration possibility is using a cloned mode whereby the screens are the same. Canonical’s Mir developers have begun working on improved multi-monitor handling…

Read more at Phoronix