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SeaMonkey - More than a Web Browser

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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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Demand for Linux Skills Growing Faster Than Talent Pool: Report

eWEEK: While 92 percent of hiring managers plan to hire Linux pros in the next 6 months, 88 percent said it's very or somewhat difficult to find qualified candidates.

7 Reasons Zenwalk Should Now Be On Your Radar

makeuseoff: Linux users: it’s time to check out Zenwalk again.

A List Of Free And Open Source Control Panels

unixmen: To manage your businesses and your websites remotely you need to use control panels.

New Ubuntu Phone Separates the App from the Data

Wall St. Journal: The open-source, Ubuntu-powered mobile phone is moving forward once again, according to Mark Shuttleworth, founder of both Canonical and the Ubuntu Linux operating system.

Source Engine 2, Steam Link And More Announced At GDC

 GamingOnLinux: This is what we have been waiting for

MPV - A truly lightweight Mplayer based media player for Linux

 techdrivein: MPV is a free, open source, and cross-platform media player based on mplayer2 and MPlayer.

Korora 21 Review

 DesktopLinuxReviews: Fedora has always been a popular desktop Linux distribution, but it has not always had the reputation of being welcoming to new Linux users

Docker Acquiring Container SDN Specialist SocketPlane

eWEEK: Docker is buying SDN vendor SocketPlane. Financial terms of the deal—considered a talent and technology acquisition—have not been disclosed.

GNOME Control Center Improves Support for Firefox Nightly Builds

 softpedia: In GNOME 3.16, GNOME Control Center will better support the nightly builds of the acclaimed Mozilla Firefox web browser in the Details section,

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Torchlight II Now On Linux, Old News By A Day, But Here’s My Report

You know since yesterday with our massive SteamOS news post that Torchlight II is now on Linux, but since the dust is settling we have had some time to check out the port, here’s how it runs.

14 Steam Machines Revealed At GDC, Some Thoughts

With GDC being in full swing we’ve had a chance to take a look at 14 different models of Steam Machine thanks to Ars Technica, and the findings are interesting.

Planetary Annihilation Making A Go At Linux Stability, Report Your Bugs

Just a friendly note that Uber Entertainment are wanting feedback on Linux issues in Planetary Annihilation, as they want to make it a great experience.

Lots Of Big Games Confirmed For SteamOS, Torchlight II Now Out, Payday 2, Mordor And More Coming Too

Valve has announced a Steam sale simply titled ”STEAMOS SALE” with interesting games that are already available and games that they claim are heading over to the platform. The list seems to include some quite big titles too!

Zotac Announces A Proper Steam Machine With SteamOS (Updated)

Now it’s getting really interesting! Zotac has announced a proper Steam Machine with SteamOS, and it looks quite nice too. (Updated: See the bottom).

Source Engine 2, Steam Link And More Announced At GDC

This is what we have been waiting for, Valve sent out official word about a number of things! These include Source 2, Steam Link and more.

Mad Max From Avalanche Studios Confirmed For Linux

You like car games right? Well the crazy and amazing looking Mad Max has been confirmed for Linux/SteamOS.

Bard To The Future, And My Brutally Honest Look At This Platformer

Weirdest setting for a game ever award goes to Bard to the Future, a new platformer now available on Linux. I take my usual look to tell you what to do with your wallets.

Unreal Tournament Has Come A Long Way, New Beautiful Map Included

The new free Unreal Tournament has come a long way in a short time, and it’s getting better with each new release!

The Funding Crowd 42

Finally we come to issue #42, which seems an appropriate occasion to come clean and confess that we are not really The Funding Crowd, but merely A Funding Crowd. Didn't you hear that we come in six-packs?

DRM Free Games Sales Orgy With GOG's Double Insomnia Promo

Since earlier yesterday and till next Friday a new Insomnia Promo is taking place at GOG.com, the first one since this store started supporting Linux.

Vulkan Really Is The Official Name Of The Next Generation OpenGL Initiative

It has been officially announced now, so Vulkan API it is! We are entering a new era of graphical performance.

GOL Survey Results: February

The results for the February survey are now available for you to take a look at and compare with results from previous months.

Worms Clan Wars Now Available On Linux

Need your fix of Worms? Worms Clan Wars is now available natively on Linux, and a massive sale too! Time to send in the exploding sheep!

Unreal Engine Is Now Free, Including Access To The Source Code

Today became a pretty good day to be a developer! Unreal Engine has dropped the monthly subscription, so anyone can jump in and tinker!