Thursday, 20 May 2010 07:18
Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier
Fedora 13 is right around the corner. Code-named "Goddard," the Fedora 13 release sports tons of updates from Fedora 12 and some really exciting new features that will have Linux power users running for their CD burners. You'll find everything from better printer support to experimental 3D support for Nvidia cards and filesystem rollback. Ready to roll up your sleeves? Let's take a look at the best of Fedora 13.
Today, at the Google I/O conference, Google unveiled Android 2.2 (Froyo), which adds a number of enhancements to the platform, including Wi-Fi and USB tethering. With Android 2.2 phones, you'll be able to set up instant-on hotspots, and version 2.2 is also much faster than previous versions.
Adobe extends Dreamweaver to HTML5 Google I/O Adobe has rolled out an HTML5 development kit and announced that Flash will use Google's freshly open sourced VP8 video codec. The company wants you to know that despite its tussle with Steve Jobs, it very much believes in...