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Win One of 3 Premium ThemeFuse Themes for Your WordPress Site

Win One of 3 Premium ThemeFuse Themes for Your WordPress Site

Our good friends over at ThemeFuse have decided to share a special gift with our readers: 3 WordPress themes. If you run a WordPress based site or blog, maybe you’ve been thinking that it’s time to upgrade the style or mix things up a bit. If so, this giveaway comes at the perfect time for you. The lucky winners will be able to download one completely free WordPress theme from ThemeFuse. There... »

Elementary OS Luna Beta 2 Released

Elementary OS Luna Beta 2 Released

Just a few hours ago the release of Elementary OS Luna beta 2 was announced on the official Elementary Journal. But what does that mean for us users, and is it finally ready? It’s ready when it’s ready… The guys over at Elementary HQ are notorious for not restricting themselves to any kind of release cycle. Opting instead for a “ready when it’s ready” approa... »

Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 Giveaway

Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 Giveaway

Anyone who uses a computer should know how important security is, especially if you spend a lot of time online like I do. If you’re a Windows user then you absolutely need to have a good anti-virus program. Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 is an all encompassing Internet and machine security suite that works really well at keeping your device in tip top s... »

HP Pavilion 20-b101ea All-In-One Launched Running Ubuntu

HP Pavilion 20-b101ea All-In-One Launched Running Ubuntu

Yesterday HP yet again dipped their toe into the pond of open source loveliness by launching this rather sexy looking all-in-one device, the HP Pavilion 20-b101ea in the UK (it’s a shame the name isn’t quite as sexy). Historically all-in-one devices such as the HP Pavilion 20-b101ea tend to be quite expensive, but with this little gem costing a mere £349 you have to wonder why it&... »

Is There An Ubuntu Tablet On The Way?

Is There An Ubuntu Tablet On The Way?

On the Ubuntu homepage is a very interesting countdown timer. I wonder what this is actually counting down to? I suppose we will all find out tomorrow…. What could it be? Well, there are some clues within the picture. The countdown is using the orange “orbs” from the Ubuntu Phone OS, and the text obviously points towards an announcement related to a tablet. Could this be the offi... »

Steam For Linux Celebration Sale

Steam For Linux Celebration Sale

Following the Steam for Linux official release back in December, they have now announced a huge sale on all Steam for Linux games where you can get anything up to 80% off any Linux games you purchase! So not only does your favourite operating system cost you nothing, you will now get a large discount off your favourite Steam for Linux games as well. If you want to take a look at the games that ar... »

LibreOffice 4 Released

LibreOffice 4 Released

Everyone’s favourite open source office suite today hit it’s fourth iteration. Since it was ported from OpenOffice back in 2010, the development team have come on leaps and bounds from it’s origins. So what’s changed? Whilst not a great deal has changed in terms of the user interface (UI) itself (sorry MS Office fans, no ribbon interface yet), there has been one significant... »

Ubuntu May Become A Rolling Release Distribution

Ubuntu May Become A Rolling Release Distribution

From version 14.04 LTS onwards, Ubuntu may turn into a rolling release cycle rather than the current six monthly release schedule. On a Google+ Hangout, Leann Ogasawara, Canonical Kernel Team Manager mentioned that the option of moving to a rolling release system much like other OS’s like Arch and Windows had been “discussed”. During the hangout (shown below), Leann mentioned ... »

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