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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The unlocked phone has no brand except for the name bPhone and sports ARM Linux 2.6 on Marvell’s ARM/XScale PXA320 processor.But you might have a good reason to have some interest in this feature packed gadget.

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With the upcoming 10.04 release of Ubuntu and its various variants, a new variant has been added to the list of official variants – Lubuntu. Like Kubuntu and Xubuntu, Lubuntu is basically Ubuntu with another desktop environment. Lubuntu uses LXDE as its GUI, as opposed to GNOME which is used in Ubuntu. LXDE is a [...]

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FOSS fanatics are messing up with departmental store computers by quietly installing Linux on them. According to them, this is an opportunity for them to let people know about other Operating Systems than Windows..

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Isn’t the CLI( Command Line Interface) what we left behind years ago? Isn’t that what we have been trying to beautify by writing programs to add a front-end to our boring illegible command line applications?

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The Linux Kernel version 2.6.34 RC1 has been released. This new kernel has got a new filesystem named Logfs. Logfs is a scalable filesystem for flash drives.

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MontaVista aims to boot the Linux Kernel on embedded devices in less than one second. It already has another project underway to use Linux in RTOS.

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Do you like to read? If you have PC or Mobile Device, you may decide that books are not as cool as an e-reader. Here’s my favorite way to read e-books.

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GOG.com user Tor presents his great How To on syncing game files between computers. This way whenever your files are synced you do not need to copy-paste the files anywhere; they are automatically synced to the correct folder.

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Linux Mint 8 “Helena” Fluxbox Community Edition and Linux Mint 8 “Helena” KDE64 Community Edition have been released. The Fluxbox Edition is Linux Mint 8 “Helena” with the Fluxbox Window manager. The KDE64 edition is identical to Linux Mint 8 “Helena” KDE Edition only that it runs on machines with 64-bit processors.

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OpenOffice.org 3.2 or OO.o 3.2, released yesterday, is the latest stable release of the OpenOffice.org free and open source cross-platform office application suite.

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I often use a freeware application called Tomboy to take notes. I’ve found a way to use the free Dropbox file sync service to help me work on the same notes on every PC that I use.

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The Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week has been announced between 1st to 6th March to enable opportunistic developers to start writing applications using tools like Python, Glade, Quickly and Ground Control and make development on Ubuntu fun and accessible.

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Create a Hyperlinked Notes Database with Tomboy

Tomboy allows you to quickly build a knowledge database that’s easy to navigate, organize and manage. It’s available in Linux, Windows and Mac, so you can use the same application no matter which PC you are using.

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KDE SC 4.4 has been released alongwith KDE microblogging livefeed buzz.kde.org and a complete redesign of the KDE website. The KDE SC 4.4 Release introduces major new desktop as well as interface technologies. News on KDE SC 4.4 can be followed on buzz.kde.org

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