The developers of Debian Linux pushed the final update for Debian 6.0 (squeeze) today. Squeeze is considered to be obsolete because of the release of 7.0 stable (wheezy) in May 2013, but that doesn’t stop quite a few people from running it.
With the trend of long shadows on icon packs fading away, we are starting to finally see some new designs. Samer Zayer is trying something new by revamping his old pack, Buttons. Today, we are going to take a look at how Buttons stands up against the other new icon
Since Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia, there hasn’t been much news concerning new devices. However, evleaks seems to have overheard some whispers of a new device. Meep meep: Nokia Roadrunner inbound. [comments: http://t.co/dMTT3g393q] — @evleaks (@evleaks) May 14, 2014 There aren’t
Why I use… is an ongoing series, highlighting some of our favorite operating systems, music services, video services, OEMs, you name it. You might even see a few guest posts! Today, Nathan Bass tells us why he uses Linux. Everyone who’s ever
Ingress has been available on Android since November 2012, and since November 2012, iOS users have wanted it. Well, the wait is finally over. Today Niantic Lab (Google) released Ingress for both iPad and iPhone. It’s free to download and play,