Mark Shuttleworth has announced the codename of the Ubuntu release after Lucid Lynx today. In a post in his blog, Shuttleworth announced that Ubuntu 10.10 will be called “Maverick Meerkat”.

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Today we have two big news related to the KDE Software Compilation – KDE SC is coming in three customized versions and American socialite Kim Kardashian is going to officially promote KDE SC.

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RedHat has recently upgraded its Linux server product to RHEL 5.5 with many new features and performance improvements. The latest OS from RedHat has improved support for Windows Interportability and Kernel-based Virtual Machine.

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According to a leaked company memo, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is reportedly interested in buying Canonical, the company behind the popular Linux Distro Ubuntu.

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Linux Mint developers are proud to announce the release of the Xfce version of Linux Mint 8. This latest release features the lightweight Xfce desktop environment and has most of the nautilus features in built.

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In the Kubuntu meeting yesterday night, the Kubuntu Council has approved the design for the new Kubuntu logo. The logo clearly follows the design of the new Ubuntu logo and has the same font.

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Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill Rant Finally Matches GIMP’s Age Old Feature

On one hand, when the whole Internet is going crazy about the new feature of “content aware fill” in the latest Photoshop demoed by Photoshop, Gimp which had had this feature is remaining shut.

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Jolicloud Robby Pre-final has been released, it contains new webapp built on Chrome which supports HTML5, a new network manager and new desktop mode.

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Kubuntu 10.04 and Lubuntu 10.04 are getting new plymouth themes. These themes are similar in design to the one that Ubuntu 10.04 has.

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Ubuntu is changing the file size system from base-2 to a base-10 system from Ubuntu 10.10. This change is done to bring more uniformity and to replace the ambiguous system that is neither SI nor IEC complian that is used in Ubuntu currently.

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OpenSolaris 2010.02 was scheduled to release in February this year but was already pushed to March once. Now, we are nearing the end of March and OpenSolaris 2010.03, scheduled to be released in early March is still not there.

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Histwi is a desktop Twitter account management app for Linux. In this article, we discuss how to install it in Ubuntu and gives a detailed review of the app and discuss its usefulness.

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Clementine is basically a port of Amarok 1.4 to Qt4. It provides an excellent alternative for those whose want to use Amarok 1.4 but wants the improved technologies provided by Qt4.

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This week’s FOSS Friday focuses on Oracle’s Java love, BBC DRM issues, OpenGL 4.0 progress, OpenOffice.org 3.2 and Ubuntu Ubiquity slideshow from open source. In this post, I have presented a weekly roundup of some key events that will determine the shape of things to come.

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Open Core is the new buzzword in the world of Open Source. According to this new ideology, the product as a whole is not available as Open Source. However, the core of the application, which powers its features and functionalities is available as open source for others to build upon.

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