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If you want to become a true Linux master, having some terminal knowledge is a good idea. Here methods you can use to start teaching yourself.
The Dropcam Pro is a small, WiFi enabled, security camera for personal use. We bought this unit for our review.
Don’t wait around to try the latest versions of software – try Fedora Rawhide instead.
The AMD proprietary driver on Linux is fast but buggy, and the open source driver has now become awesome
If you’ve ever been interested in Android development, Fedora is a great operating system to install on your computer – there are loads of developmental tools available for programmers of all types. With a bit of effort, you can get a very nice Android development environment set up in Fedora (Heisenberg, the latest version, works wonderfully). […]
Phone manufacturers are putting a lot of money into research and development of small, lightweight, and powerful batteries that should last all day. But did you know you’re not limited to the stock battery?
Firefox doesn’t blend in well with Gnome Shell. Here’s how to fix that.
Linux tends to guzzle up more battery life than Windows, even though most Linux installations are lighter than Windows on system resources. Why is that?
With the creation of Gnome Shell, the Gnome team introduced a new paradigm to the desktop that was greeted with mixed reviews. While I agree that a new idea of what a desktop should be is necessary for innovation, what Gnome accomplished isn’t quite complete. But there’s a way to fix it. Gnome 3 came […]
Firefox keeps getting faster – so much that it’s starting to tie Chrome – but for some people it’s just never fast enough. If you want to get the absolute best performance, you’ll need to tweak some under-the-hood settings so that they prefer performance over convenience. Here are a few tips which you can use […]
Fedora recently celebrated their 10 years of existence with their 20th release – appropriately codenamed “Heisenbug”.
Creative Commons is a set of licenses which automatically give you permission to do various things, such as reuse and distribute the content. Let’s find out more about it and how to use it.
Get Fedora set up how you want it, quickly. Fedora Utils makes otherwise tedious setup steps simple.
Do advanced photo tricks, for free. It’s possible, thanks to The GIMP. The GNU Image Manipulation Program, or GIMP, is a capable open source and free alternative to Photoshop. While it’s not quite as easy or powerful as Photoshop, you can still make anything happen with GIMP, some know-how, and a bit of elbow grease. […]
There are plenty of smartwatches which you can get your hands on right now, so why should you consider the Sony SmartWatch 2?