Apple Store App for iOS devices is updated with new options including in-store mode for quick help and support while you are at an Apple Retail Store and the ability to custom-configure a new Mac with the options as customer want.
Apple Store App is compatible for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running over iOS 4.0 or later.
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Canonical’s still one month away from letting Natty Narwhal (also known as Ubuntu 11.04) out of the cage, but it’s already teasing us with another OS flaunting an alliterative mammalian monicker. Like the Narwhal before it, Oneiric Ocelot (or Ubuntu 11.10), due out this October, will offer a 2D OpenGL-based Unity interface to support older computers, as well as Qt — you know, the framework Nokia loved and left hanging. You can also expect Ubuntu to scale back on the number of cloud services with the Ocelot, as it gears up for the release of the as-of-yet unnamed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS [...]
An early look at the next release of Ubuntu’s Linux desktop hit the web late yesterday. What’s in 10.10, or “Maverick Meerkat,” for desktop users? Besides app updates, there’s a new photo manager, improved multimedia controls, better Ubuntu One syncing, and more.
The full list of changes and new things is listed at the beta page, but what strikes us in a quick look at a live-booting beta (for which we recommend Unetbootin and a USB thumb drive) are the changes to Ubuntu One, the Dropbox-like syncing service that ties in Music Store purchases, personal files, [...]
The web browser is becoming the single most important piece of desktop software, if it isn’t already. Not only is the web a huge source of information, but also the conduit to a huge world of hosted apps and interconnected cloud services covering a range of new computer-based experiences.
When you’re shopping, you want security; when you’re working, you want reliability; and when you’re being entertained, you want speed and compatibility with many different types of media.
I have seen a lot of gamers who feel that there aren’t good games to play on Linux. It might be that they love to play those pirated games, don’t know why, when there are bounteous open source games available for free. The Linux games are hugely popular and that’s not just because they are free, its also because a developer can take a great game and make it even better. There’s an array of free open source games waiting to run on the Linux platform. So I got the top linux games in 2009. And here I come.
1. Alien Arena 2008
That’s an ultimate crack! It’s fully [...]
We love Linux, and want to make it easier for others to do so, too. This first edition of the Lifehacker Pack for Linux includes our favorite apps that get things done and make your desktop great.
Linux isn’t quite like Windows or Mac, as there are many, many distributions, usually running on one of two desktop systems (GNOME or KDE). We’ve chosen to write this list up from the perspective of a standard, GNOME-based Ubuntu user. Ubuntu is what the Lifehacker editors use, it’s what most of our Linux-leaning readers use, and it’s generally popular and frequently updated. [...]
Some other features of Google Chrome beta 5 are: bookmark sync settings, install extensions in incognito mode, New HTML5 features, Geolocation APIs, App Cache, web sockets, and file drag-and-drop and Adobe Flash with automatic update from within Chrome.
Google Chrome beta 5 is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. To feel the real essence [...]
Few days back Opera has released Opera 10.53 for Windows and Mac. So, now its the turn for Linux OS users as Opera 10.53 for Linux is available now.
To experience the latest web browser on Linux download that from the following link and explore its new features as Opera claims that its the fastest web browser on the Earth.
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Ubuntu 9.10 is the latest Ubuntu’s release that brings in myriad of fixes and new features that make it the most user-friendly Linux OS ever made. GadgetMix.com spent quite a lot of time with the Alphas, Betas and the final release and we are impressed! Installation NOTHING has changed as compared to the previous releases. It is exactly the same as 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope. You can burn the ISO file to a CD or install via Flash Drive (which we prefer). To install via a USB flash drive, use Unetbootin (download here). Note: You need to format it in FAT32 to properly boot it via USB So what [...]