Ubuntu Tries to Do Away with Menus, Enter Heads Up Display, or HUD

Heads Up Display, or HUD is a new way of interacting with applications, where you do not go through multiple menu hierarchies to reach a menu item. Instead, you simply type it and HUD will search it for you, in live.

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At Carnegie Mellon University, Google Sky Maps will be developed as a series of student projects. This will give students something to boast of, as well as ensure development of this stagnant product.

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The enterprise sector is the playground of Linux, and its adoption has been on a constant rise in this sector. Recently, the Linux Foundation has revealed some trends, gathered from a survey conducted among enterprise users.

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A vulnerability in X.org server allows for locked screen to be bypassed by pressing a combination of keys.

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Kerala has made a new record in IT savings with over $10 million saved using FOSS in educational institutes. Clearly, there is a vast scope for saving IT expenses, and the Indian government should take this matter seriously.

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The Linux kernel will have over 15 million lines of code by its next stable release. Is this normal? Should we be worried?

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A 360-Degree View of Ubuntu TV

Ubuntu has unveiled its next technology, which aims at enriching our TV viewing experience. This product competes with the likes of Google TV and Samsung Smart TV, and it is called the Ubuntu TV.

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Ubuntu TV competes directly with Google TV in it’s attempt to redefine the entertainment experience of people. It has some amazing features and the first commercial appearance of the TV is expected by the end of this year.

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For Ubuntu 11.10 users, a Firefox 9 patch is available at launchpad. Alternatively, you can update your system with the latest version of all packages.

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Google pulled the plug on App inventor back in August, but it will live on as a MIT project. Google Research is funding the App Inventor project, and the Center for Mobile Learning is managing it at MIT.

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Cinnamon is still in alpha stage, but it carries the features that we saw in MGSE. It is based on the Gnome shell 3.2.1 and with Cinnamon, Linux Mint will bring something that competes with modern desktop environments like Unity, without compomising on usability.

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XBMC has recently released the first beta version of their next major release XBMC 11.0 codenamed “Eden” for this holiday season.

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A project to unify the Android kernel and Linux kernel by 3.3 has been started.

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Looking at the way the Linux kernel and the GNU Compiler Collection have survived the tides of time, it would be inappropriate to judge GPL based on the current scenario. Nonetheless, GPL adoption is declining and this fact cannot be ignored.

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This PayPal integration will let Ubuntu application developers earn from worldwide app-sales in a hassle free way and will attract new talents and developers to the Ubuntu app ecosystem.

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