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Another Microsoft AI goes to the dark side, apparently prefers Linux over Windows

Chatbots powered by artificial intelligence always get into some sort of trouble. Microsoft’s Tay chatbot, for example, got in a huge amount of trouble for racist comments and a lot more. The company’s latest AI chatbot, Zo, has been pretty great at keeping itself away from all those stuff. Show More Summary

Firefox 56: automatic 32-bit to 64-bit upgrade

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Mozilla plans to upgrade Firefox 32-bit installations to the 64-bit version of the web browser when it releases Firefox 56 later this year. While stable 64-bit versions of the browser have been available for Linux and Mac OS X for a long time, the same cannot be said for the Firefox 64-bit version for Windows. Show More Summary

A look at the nano text editor in GNU/Linux

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Given that I have been writing the odd article here and there about server work, hosting, VPS and the like, I thought that perhaps an article about editing configuration files / text documents in a command line scenario might be a good idea. Show More Summary

Linux Fu: Better Bash Scripting

It is easy to dismiss bash — the typical Linux shell program — as just a command prompt that allows scripting. Bash, however, is a full-blown programming language. I wouldn’t presume to tell you that it is as fast as a compiled C program, but that’s not why it exists. Show More Summary

Torrent safely with a lifetime license to Streamza, right now 81% off

The torrent protocol is a convenient way to download large files quickly, and while it is often associated with piracy, you can find plenty of legal uses, like receiving Linux distributables, finding copyright-free music and media, and downloading libraries worth of free e-books. Show More Summary

Pop!_OS: Should a Linux Hardware Company Make Its Own Operating System?

When you’re a company that sells computers and your operating system vendor announces that it’s shaking things up, that’s cause for concern. You can either go along for the ride or take a different approach. Left in this position, System76...Show More Summary

The WhiteFox Mechanical Keyboard Will Add a Touch of Luxury to Your Computer

If you’re in the market for a mechanical keyboard, then you may want to check out the WhiteFox, courtesy of Input Club. Compatible with PC, Linux and macOS, the accessory is undeniably clean and will provide your computer with a touch of luxury. The compact keyboard is optioned in white with blue accents, as well […]

After three years on Early Access, horror roguelike Darkwood is finally getting an official launch

After three years on Steam Early Access, surreal top-down horror roguelike Darkwood will finally see a full release on 17th August for PC, Mac and Linux. The wait makes sense given that Polish developer Acid Wizard Studio is comprised of a mere three people (and one dog). Show More Summary

Linus Torvalds: Gadget reviewer

When Linus Torvalds isn't working on Linux, he's tinkering with gadgets, and now he's reviewing them on Google+.

How to Sync Android Notifications With Windows, Mac, and Linux

There are several reasons why you might want to sync notifications from your Android phone with your desktop. For instance, if you spend most of your time on your computer, it might be inconvenient to reach for your phone every time there’s a new notification. Show More Summary

Skype gets group video calls on Linux

Skype for Linux has been updated to version 5.4, it’s still a beta, but this update enables Group video calling — albeit in experimental form. Microsoft recently updated Skype for Windows 10, iOS, and Android to incorporate a new design language here’s hoping that this new update rolls out to Linux users soon as well […] Read More: Skype gets group video calls on Linux

Hack into a world of cyberpunk horror next month in 'Observer'

If you think things are unendurably awful in the world today, maybe don't play Observer when it hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux on August 15th. Observer follows one of the darkest paths at humanity's feet, imagining a 2084 where corporations are the highest authority and much of society lives in Blade Runner-esque squalor. Show More Summary

How do I run Ubuntu Linux in Windows 10?

I want to run Ubuntu Linux on my PC, but I would like to do it as an application within Windows 10, not as a separate boot. Is that possible? The post How do I run Ubuntu Linux in Windows 10? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

How to Get Ubuntu Running on Your Raspberry Pi

Raspbian Jessie is a great operating system for the Raspberry Pi, but if you want a more traditional Linux computing experience, you might be looking for a different OS. Many operating systems are available for the Raspberry Pi, among them Ubuntu. Show More Summary

How to check Hard Drive Disk Health in GNU/Linux

So, I recently purchased a new (used, but new to me) laptop, that had a 1TB 5400RPM Hard Disk in it, granted the laptop is fairly powerful and capable of modern gaming, rendering, and number crunching thanks to a 4th generation i7 CPU and a Dedicated 2GB GDDR5 GPU. Show More Summary

How to Set Up Bluetooth in Linux

Bluetooth is still very important in the world today given that a wide range of devices rely on its protocol to perform various operations. Most laptops come with built-in Bluetooth adapters, but even if yours doesn’t, external Bluetooth dongles are cheap and plentiful in supply. Show More Summary

Top 10 Apps You Should Install on Your Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little computer, whose capabilities won’t stop increasing. As such, you should make sure that you have the best apps installed on it. If you’re running Raspbian Jessie or another Linux operating system on the Raspberry Pi, these are the top 10 apps that you really need to have installed. Show More Summary

Our favorite convertible Chromebook is cheaper on Amazon right now than anywhere else

The days of only having two good platform options when shopping for your next notebook computer are long gone, and it’s all thanks to Ubuntu Linux! Just kidding, it’s obviously thanks to Google and its lightning-fast, light-weight operating system Chrome OS. Show More Summary

Monaco dev's minimalist RTS Tooth and Tail sets September release date

Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine developer Pocketwatch Games is releasing its next game, an animal-based RTS called Tooth and Tail, on 12th September for PS4, PC, Mac and Linux. Described by the developer as "RTS distilled", Tooth and Tail's...Show More Summary

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