With KDE 4.7, the KDE team has managed to create one of the most beautiful desktops out there, and to be honest, it’s even more appealing than Windows 7 or Mac OS X. On the usability front, KDE doesn’t seem to cut corners. Trademark features like Activities and Plasmoids (widgets) are polished to near perfection. [...]
If you’re finding yourself using G+ way more than Twitter, you’re not the only one. More and more people are moving away from Twitter and Facebook, thanks to the rapidly rising popularity of Google’s new social network called Google Plus. Here’s a quick tip to start stalking all your Tweet buddies on G+.
The Android market now boasts of more than 200,000 applications, 70 % of which are free. It is clear that there’s an ‘app’ for everyone, even for hardcore book lovers. With the rise in e-reading, more and more people are ditching the paperbacks for this rapidly evolving platform. So, if you’re one of those bibliophiles, [...]
Facing heavy competition from Google Chrome, the Firefox team seems to have stepped up their game. With a faster development cycle, the award winning open source project has gotten more ambitious than ever. Ubiquity being one of Mozilla’s main goals this year, Firefox will be the first open-source browser to enter the rapidly growing tablet [...]
When it comes to screenwriting applications, there aren’t that many choices for Linuxiens as there are for Windows and Mac users. However, that doesn’t mean that you’ll have to ditch your beloved penguin to write your next big screenplay. There are a few Linux-based as well as web-based screenwriting tools you can try out that [...]
Tomboy is one of the most powerful notetaking desktop applications out there. Though these days, many people are switching to web-based tools like Evernote and Springpad, Tomboy can still serve as a good alternative for folks who like doing things old school. Tomboy has many interesting features, and knowing even half of them can make [...]