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OS X Beats Windows and Linux in One Unexpected Area – Retro Gaming

It’s all next-gen these days. Next-gen graphics and controllers, next-gen screens, next-gen distribution platforms... DLC?! The days of hardcore gaming are, unfortunately, behind us. For those who’ve witnessed the evolution of console games first-hand - and I’m talking Tetris to Destiny - what’s happening right now is a joke. Everything...

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Secret to Desktop Linux Adoption

If Linux is to see greater desktop adoption, one group of tech savvy individuals needs to take the lead.

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Microsoft Is Trying and Failing at Converging Platforms, Ubuntu Does It Right

Windows fans are worried that the desktop PC will follow too closely the design of Windows 10 for phones and tablets, and they are right to do so. This all plays out due to Microsoft’s plans for convergence, but it's a twisted approach that only makes things more complicated than...

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Keith Packard Leaves Intel's Linux Graphics Work

Longtime X developer Keith Packard has left Intel and their Linux graphics work in favor of picking up a gig at Hewlett-Packard...

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Founder of Bodhi Linux Returns to the Project, Reloaded Version Is Out

Bodhi is a minimalistic Linux operating system based on Ubuntu and that features low system requirements. The developers have just released a new Reloaded edition for the distro, but they decided to keep the RC tag, at least for now. Bodhi Linux is a system that tries to blend two...

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HandyLinux 1.8 Is an Exciting Debian and Xfce-Based Distro, Ditches Windows Feel

HandyLinux, a Linux distribution based on Debian and Xfce that comes with a special kind of launcher and desktop interface, has been upgraded to version 1.8.0. The developers have made a large number of improvements and that is quite obvious from the big changelog, although many of them are not...

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