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July Was An Incredible Month For Linux Users

With the end of the month comes our recap of the major Linux happenings for the past 31 days with our enthusiast, graphics, and hardware bent on the open-source operating system...

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'Tortilla' Makes Tor More Digestible

Tor's famous for anonymizing your Internet activities, and infamous for being a pain to use. Debuting at Black Hat, the Tortilla tool smooths out some of the global network's rough edges. [Read more]    ...

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KTAP Tracing Expands On The Linux Kernel

The KTAP scripting dynamic tracing tool for Linux has seen its second major release...

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Microsoft Office for Android Now Available, But Not for Tablets

Microsoft is extending its Office mobile software to Android this week, bringing basic editing to smartphones running Android 4.0 or higher. Following the release of Office for iPhone, the Android variant is almost identical in what it provides and its requirements. You'll need to sign into the application using an...

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Canonical Starts Work On Mir Multi-Monitor Handling

One of the feature limitations of using the Mir Display Server up to this point has been when using multiple monitors (or say a laptop connected to a projector) the only display configuration possibility is using a cloned mode whereby the screens are the same. Canonical's Mir developers have begun...

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5 Free Linux Text Editors for Programming and Word Processing

When you're a programmer who also needs word processing abilities, nothing beats a solid text editor. We look at the current versions of five of the best known. Insider (registration required)...

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