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How To Manually Change Or Fix Extended Monitor Resolution In Ubuntu / Debian?


Linux Fix / Change Monitor Screen Resolution

Monitor resolutions and especially extended monitor resolutions can be real pain at times. Although Ubuntu’s monitor resolution detection is really smart but at times it can give you a bad day! Working on extended monitor setup is helpful as it saves you time. Well, in this article we will show you how you can manually…

 How-To   Linux  

By Debjit
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Fedora Linux Replaces GNOME With MATE As The Default Desktop Environment


MATE Desktop

In what could be called as a major blow to the GNOME foundation, The Fedora Linux team has decided to get rid of GNOME 3 in the upcoming Fedora 18 linux OS. GNOME 3 will be replaced by a new Desktop Environment (DE) called the MATE. However, users need not worry much about this new…

 Linux   News  

By Debjit

10 Apps That Would Make You Want A Jailbroken iPhone – Part 2


We have already told you about the benefits of Jailbreaking your Apple iPhone in our last post and also shared 5 apps that would convince you to jailbreak your iPhone. Here are 5 more apps in the same list: 6. NoNewsIsGoodNews I know this app has a large name. But then, what’s in a name?…

 iOS   Lists  

By Debjit

10 Apps That Would Make You Want A Jailbroken iPhone – Part 1


Jailbreaking an iPhone (or any other Apple device) has its own benefits. It lets you explore the full-fledged potential of your iPhone (explore the features which you never thought existed on your device). By breaking free of the limitations imposed by Apple via Jailbreaking, you can enjoy many third-party apps (unavailable on iTunes) that too…

 iOS   Lists  

By Debjit
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Fedora 18 To Be Signed By Microsoft For UEFI Compatibility


Mathew Garret of Red Hat, announced that Fedora 18 will be signed by Microsoft to ensure compatibility with systems with UEFI Secure Boot. As we had earlier reported, one of the requirements for Windows 8 certification is the UEFI Secure Boot. UEFI Secure Boot is a good idea from a security point of view as it prevents…

 Linux   Microsoft   News  

By Ricky

New Linux kernel 3.3 Includes Android Code And Additional Features


Linux 3.3 Kernel & Android

The new version of the Linux kernel called Version 3.3 which was to be released about a week ago, has finally come out with some interesting and useful features. The most important of these is the availability of the Android kernel code along with additional feature upgrades for networking and processing architecture support. Since a…

 Android   Linux   News  

By Debjit

Apple App Store could be headed for major improvement with Chomp acquisition


Chomp Logo

Everyone who’s ever bought an iPhone has always wondered which are the best apps around, which they must try. Be it games, business or other utility apps, the list is endless when it comes to the Apple App Store. The availability and choice of apps has always been a new user’s prime concern, who is…

 Apple   iOS   News  

By Debjit

Adobe Flash To Be Available Only On Google Chrome In Linux


Adobe has never provided proper support for Flash on Linux. In fact, they only introduced the 64-bit build of Flash in July last year. Today, they have announced that they will no longer release future versions of Flash on Linux – except as a part of Google Chrome. Since 2009, Google has been working together…

 Google   Linux   News  

By Ricky

Canonical Announces Ubuntu For Android


Today, Canonical has made a huge announcement – they are launching Ubuntu for Android. It is not the rumored Ubuntu for mobile but, in my opinion, even better. Ubuntu for Android is basically a full desktop Ubuntu running on an Android phones when docked. It is sort of similar to what Motorola’s Atrix does. Ubuntu…

 Android   Linux   News  

By Ricky

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