List/Grid Tag Archives: Open source

Ubuntu for Phones, Tablets: UI Overview, Features, Details, Apps

Ubuntu for Phones, Tablets: UI Overview, Features, Details, Apps

Canonical is making the next big bet on Ubuntu, by making it run everywhere: Desktop PCs, Laptops, Tablets and Smartphones. This is big deal for the company, and it hopes… Read more »

Linux Kernel 3.7 Features – What’s New

Linux Kernel 3.7 Features – What’s New

ARM has been integral part of Linux systems for years, and they have only changed for better, always. Linux Kernel 3.7 is now available out in the Open Source, and… Read more »

Drip: Fastest JVM launcher [Java, Scala, Clojure, JRuby]

Drip: Fastest JVM launcher [Java, Scala, Clojure, JRuby]

If you’re a Java developer of Java application user, you are not new to the fact that startup time for Java application is huge, of the order of milliseconds to… Read more »

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

Project Glass by Google is uber cool, but its expensive at $1500 and you won’t have handson till Q2 2013. Why wait if you can build one yourself? Well, using… Read more »

HP WebOS 1.0 Open Sourced

HP WebOS 1.0 Open Sourced

When a product fails to meet expectations, what do we do with it? Pundits would tell you to Open source the software / hardware technology and let the contributors from… Read more »

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

Spectrometer is really scientist’s swiss knife when it comes to identifying unknown materials. A new kickstarter project assures to make Spectrometry cheap and accessible like Wikipedia to just anyone. They… Read more »

Google Interactive Spaces: Real World Gaming, Experiences

Google Interactive Spaces: Real World Gaming, Experiences

Gaming is fun, but its even more exciting when it social and Physical. Why did Kinect get all that fame? When games step of of the monitor screens, it no… Read more »

Collaborative IDE Collide Open Sourced [Google Wave]

Collaborative IDE Collide Open Sourced [Google Wave]

Collide, an free Collaborative IDE is Open Sourced by Google. Remember Google Wave? One may recall it being shut down by Google but truth be told, it has lived hiding… Read more »

How to Crack WPA2 WPS WiFi password

How to Crack WPA2 WPS WiFi password

Wifi Protected Setup or WPS is a 802.11 certified standard for delivering security over your Wireless network. Wi-Fi Protected Setup enables typical users who possess little understanding of traditional Wi-Fi… Read more »

Download Symantec NAV, PCAnywhere Source Code

Download Symantec NAV, PCAnywhere Source Code

This could be one of the biggest disasters for a company. Hackers stole the source code of Symantec’s pcAnywhere back in 2006 and have now claimed to release it to… Read more »

SEAndroid: Security Enhanced Android by NSA

SEAndroid: Security Enhanced Android by NSA

Android is the most secure mobile smartphone OS in the market today, thanks to the inherent sandboxing inspired from world’s most secure browser: Chrome. Such security is really consumer grade,… Read more »

Linux Growth Rate, Trends [Infographic]

Linux Growth Rate, Trends [Infographic]

Linux OS, with time, is emerging as a fairly popular Operating System. There was time ¬†when Desktop PC was considered to be the major part of the Computers segment. Times… Read more »

James Gosling leaves Google, joins Robotics startup

James Gosling leaves Google, joins Robotics startup

After spending only months at Google (March-August 2011), The Father of Java, James Gosling, makes yet another switch. This time its not another software giant but rather a startup that… Read more »

Java 7 Features – What’s New

Java 7 Features – What’s New

The long awaited and the most delayed version of Java is finally made available to public. The last Java update was in December 2006 and Java 7 was originally planned… Read more »

Linux Kernel 3.0 Features, What’s New

Linux Kernel 3.0 Features, What’s New

Linux Kernel gets next milestone, Linux 3.0 is now available to the general public. The announcement of Linux 3.0 comes from the founder Linus Torvalds himself as he mailed it… Read more »

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