Suse Linux 10.1 How good is the new Suse?Aug 31, 2006
In the June 2006 issue of Linux Magazine, we took a look at the new features introduced by the imminent Suse version. Read on to find out if the final version is worth an update.more »
Gnome 2.14 A look at the Gnome 2.14 desktop environmentJul 31, 2006
New features and a leaner, faster, prettier desktop. Are you ready for the latest Gnome?more »
AIGLX AIGLX and the rise of the composite desktopJun 30, 2006
Red Hat’s head of X development describes the evolution of AIGLX.more »
Xgl and Compiz An OpenGL-accelerated desktop with Xgl and CompizJun 30, 2006
A member of Suse’s X11 team delivers an insider’s look at Xgl.more »
The Future of Linux Graphics OpenGL and the Linux desktopJun 30, 2006
New technologies will change the way you view the objects on your Linux desktop.more »
X11R7 X.Org 6.9 / 7.0 – Next Generation X11Jun 30, 2006
The first major X release for over 10 years, X11R7, has finally adopted a modular approach. X11R6.9, which uses the same codebase, is the last monolithic release for existing systems.more »
Fedora Core 5 A quick look at the latest FedoraJun 30, 2006
Fedora opens the spring fashion season with a bold new release. We took a look at the latest collection.more »
Enlightenment 17 Exploring the Enlightenment 17 window managerApr 30, 2006
Enlightenment has a large community of fans who are patiently waiting for a new version. If you are brave enough to try out Development Release 17, you’ll find an aesthetically pleasing and extremely flexible window manager.more »
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Future Firefox extensions will be compatible with Chrome.
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Xen project announces a privilege escalation problem for Qemu host systems
Attackers can compromise an Android phone just by sending a text message
PC vendor will pre-install Ubuntu on portables in India.
More embarrassment for Adobe's embattled multimedia tool
Mozilla’s script blocker add-on could be putting malware sites on the whitelist.
The Internet community officially banishes the notoriously unsafe Secure Sockets Layer protocol.