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Corebird, An Alternative GTK+3 Twitter Client

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By Andrew Powell

If you're like me, you may not have heard much about Corebird, a native GTK+3 Twitter client. Which is a bit surprising really, as Corebird is a very nice and stable application that holds it's own with any of the other clients out there and deserves more love. There's a few Linux Twitter clients…

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B1 Free Archiver: a simple solution

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By Victor Clarke

Switching to Linux requires users to abandon their usual set of favourite programs and to employ what is available. In terms of archive utilities the first and most obvious choice is the GNOME desktop environment File Roller. But does a Linux neophyte ready to get into all that stuff at once?…

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SeaMonkey - More than a Web Browser

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By Andrew Powell

If you're anything like me, you may have thought or assumed that SeaMonkey was just a web browser; perhaps just a rebranded Firefox like Iceweasel. But it is in fact much more and has the name "all-in-one internet application suite" for a reason. SeaMonkey is free and open-source and is a…

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Review: Broken Age - Act 1

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By Andrew Powell

A sheltered, over-protected, bored boy in space. A girl in a fairytale style land who is thrust into becoming an offering to a giant sea monster. Talking trees. Hippy lumberjacks. Broken Age has it all. And then some. Broken Age (Act 1) is a point and click adventure game officially released by…

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Review: Euro Truck Simulator 2

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By Andrew Powell

If you've never been a real sim game buff or especially never played a game the likes of the Euro Truck Simulator series, you would probably snicker or roll your eyes at the idea of driving trucks from A to B, often long hauls, being "fun". But you know, I once thought the same thing! But, as you…

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Review: Salvation Prophecy

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By Andrew Powell

If you love a good space romp and shooty shooty lasers you owe it to yourself to try this one. First off It's best not to play the first half hour or so and judge the game right away. Yes, it's an indie game (made by pretty much one man, no less) and the graphics and animations won't impress anyone…

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Creating Apache Virtual Hosts with Enable/Disable Vhosts Options in RHEL/CentOS 7.0

 tecmint: Virtual Hosting allows Apache Weberver to serve different content based on IP Address, hostname or used port number.

GOG.com Offers Its First 50 Linux Games

 softpedia: The digital platform GOG.com now offers a number of Linux games and this event marks the entry of this new distribution service into the Linux market.

Photocrumbs is Now Mejiro

 ScribblesAndSnaps: Besides the new name, the current version of the photo publishing script features a handful of improvements and tweaks.

MapR, TCS Partner on Turnkey Hadoop Big Data Analytics

 The VAR Guy: MapR and Tata Consultancy Services have partnered to bring turnkey Big Data analytics and business intelligence solutions based on open source Apache Hadoop to businesses.

SAP supports open source Cloud Foundry and OpenStack for cloud

 ZDnet: SAP has been moving its enterprise suite to the cloud for some time, and now it's embracing the open source cloud.

35 Free Android Apps for Business

 Datamation: Free Android apps for time management, communication, accounting, and other key business functions.

PredictionIO Raises $2.5M for Open Source Machine Learning Software

 The VAR Guy: PredictionIO has received $25 million in seed funding for its open source machine learning platform, which could have big ramifications for data interpretation and decision-making.

Docker Acquires Orchard Laboratories to Manage Containers

 ITbusinessedge: The acquisition of Orchard is a natural extension of Docker's effort to create an implementation of a container that runs on multiple distributions of Linux.

KDE 5 Delivers New Linux Desktop Environment

eWEEK: In this slide show, eWEEK examines some of the key features of KDE Plasma 5.

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Among The Sleep Is Now Playable On Linux

Good news everyone! Among The Sleep is now playable on Linux after yesterday's patch which fixed the major graphical glitches for OpenGL.

Trine Enchanted Edition For Linux Delayed, Plus A Short Interview

The Linux release of Frozenbyte's overhaul of Trine to use the Trine 2 engine has slipped behind the Windows version. Read on for a short interview with the developers looking at the "Enchanted Edition", and their thoughts on Linux.

GOG Com Now Officially Support Linux Games

Today marks a big day for Linux and DRM free gaming. GOG.com are now officially supporting Linux on their store, and so that's pretty much all major online stores supporting Linux.

Dungeon Defenders Eternity Released For Linux On Steam

Dungeon Defenders Eternity is a revamp of the original Dungeon Defenders with new features, and cross platform play with mobiles too.

Unrest Adventure RPG Game Released For Linux

Unrest is an adventure RPG that adapts to death, failure, and the choices you make. Play as ordinary people struggling for food, safety, freedom, and a chance at peace. Explore an ancient Indian city using conversation, manipulation and (rarely) violence.

Frozen Endzone Is Now Frozen Cortex & It's Now Out On Linux

Frozen Cortex is the brand new game from Mode 7 who you will remember created Frozen Synapse. Two days ago they added the Linux builds to their new game!

Get CD Projekt RED To Answer Questions About The Witcher 3 For Linux

An interesting opportunity has arisen for Linux gamers to find out if The Witcher 3 is going to come to Linux, and if it's native or not.

Valve Have Another New Design For The Steam Controller

Thanks to the quick tweeting work from SteamDB we now know Valve could be changing their controller yet again.

Interview With Aspyr Media About Civilization V & Linux Gaming

A little treat today folks as I had a chance to talk with Michael Blair from Aspyr Media on a few different bits relating to Linux gaming and their Civilization V port.

Warhammer Eternal Crusade MMO Will Gain A Linux Version

An upcoming MMO in the Warhammer series is set to gain a Linux version thanks to comments made from the lead developer.

Valve Looking For A SteamOS Engineer

Here's your chance to work on something that could change the gaming industry! Valve are looking for a new team member to work on SteamOS.

Terraria Moves Even Closer To A Linux Release

You may remember we did an article recently about the developers of Terraria looking into a Linux port, but it wasn't 100%. Well I think we can call it close too 100% now...

Sandbox Game Maker Coming Soon To Steam

Platinum Arts Sandbox Game Maker is an interesting 3D game engine that is based on Cube2 to allow you to create games easily, and edit them real-time in the game itself.

OlliOlli Brings Skatboarding And Arcade Fun Together On Linux

Back yonder in the days of yore, I poured hour after hour into my Tony Hawk games on the PS2. It was a catharsis long forgotten until now. Roll7 brings me back a bit with their title OlliOlli: a 2d retro skate-em-up. Unlike the skating games I used to play, OlliOlli drops world exploration for a more arcade-like experience focusing on keeping your combos up and your speed high.

Halfway Turn Based Strategy Released For Linux, It's Good

Halfway is the brand new game from Robotality that promises to be a beautiful space sci-fi turn base strategy. We have a hint for you: It's good.