Touch Book

A Review of the Always Innovating Touchbook

Take an ARM Processor (the OMAP3530) add a touchscreen and Linux and a quart of uniqueness, and what do you get? A Touchbook from Always Innovating, that's what. more>> vs. Microsoft Office

Nobody disputes that Microsoft Office is king of the hill in office suites, but if you put marketing and market share aside, how does compare? more>>

At the Forge - 2009 Book Roundup

A look at the publications Reuven recommends on Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, Git, Web development and more. more>>

The Goggles, They Do Something

How do video goggles designed for gaming on Windows stack up to a Linux geek's desktop? Find out below. more>>

Nokia N900: First Look

The Nokia N900 has just started shipping and there are already a number of reviews of the device out on the net. I've had the opportunity evaluate a pre-release N900 for a few weeks now, and while you can expect a full review in an upcoming issue of Linux Journal, I wanted to give you a quick look into what the N900 is like from the perspective of your average Linux geek. more>>

3 recent extensions

Although I do most of my professional writing in Bluefish, I usually use at least once a day. Consequently, I keep a close eye on the Extensions page. more>>


Virtualization Shootout: VMware Server vs. VirtualBox vs. KVM

A comparison of three virtualization solutions: VMware Server, VirtualBox and KVM—each has its strengths and weaknesses. more>> The Limits of Readability and Grammar Extensions The limits of readability and grammar extensions

As a professional writer, my software needs are simple. Give me a text editor -- preferrably Bluefish, but vim or Writer will do -- and I have all I need. more>>

KOffice 2.0

KOffice 2.0

The long-awaited upgrade to KOffice has arrived. It looks good and provides a great base for its future evolution. more>>

Indamixx: an On-the-Go Recording Studio?

The Indamixx portable recording studio is built around a Linux multimedia real-time operating system and provides an unprecedented level of software integration and refinement for audio tasks. more>>
Kindle 2

The Kindle 2

A review of the sleek, slim, sexy successor to the Kindle. more>>
Mi Casa Verde login

Control Your Home with Vera from Mi Casa Verde

Use Vera, a Z-Wave-based product, to automate your home, and let the computer turn the lights on and off for you. more>>

Zmanda Recovery Manager 3.0 for MySQL on Ubuntu Server


Responding to growing demand for a professional level backup and recovery solution, Zmanda, a leading vendor for open source backup solutions, has introduced an Ubuntu server version of their Zmanda Recovery Manager (ZRM) for MySQL. more>>

Opera web browser

Browser Battles: Opera, CrossOver Chromium and Flock

Firefox is the wunderkind of Linux browsers, but is it right for you? We take a look at three competing browsers—Opera, CrossOver Chromium and Flock—that may just give you more Webvergnuegen. more>>
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