If you want a tablet that's more open than iPad and Android devices, then this Linux-based tablet might be for you.
An open-source developer is missing the forest (users) for the trees (contributors).
A major KDE overhaul gives of one of the two prevailing Linux user interfaces a new look and new applications. Some features will be familiar Windows and Mac OS X users.
Only GNOME-based Ubuntu will get Canonical's long-term support, because KDE 3.5 is too old, and 4.0 is not mature enough yet to use in Kubuntu.
This huge, expensive plasma looks great on paper and in person, but its image quality leaves a lot to be desired.
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Google, RIM, and HP now use the WebKit-based browser software underlying Safari. Perhaps that heightened interest is why Apple wants the trademark.
CEO Mark Shuttleworth is looking for usability specialists to do "some of the heavy lifting required to turn those desktop-experience ideas into reality."
With Google concentrating on its own Blink, Apple is tightening the WebKit browser engine code base. That'll limit other projects seeking to customize the browser.
The ninth incarnation of Red Hat's hobbyist version of Linux made a jump Ubuntu couldn't: KDE 4.