Things are about to get tricky if you need to use Adobe's own PDF reader application on Linux: the company has pulled the download links.
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Microsoft today ended speculation on what it plans to call the next version of Windows. After the success of 7 and the muted enthusiasm that greeted 8, get ready for, er, Windows 10.
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"Don't get your hopes up," they said. "Economics make it unlikely," they said. Borderlands 2 is available to buy and play on Linux today.
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In the first of an ongoing series as we near the launch of the first two devices we highlight three key features the Ubuntu Phone OS has.
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The first, and final, beta of Ubuntu 14.10 'Utopic Unicorn' is now available to download, along with the second beta builds of its flavors.
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LibreOffice 4.3.2 has been made available for immediate download and brings improved file compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats.
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If you've played with iOS 8 you might have spotted a new feature in Spotlight that is very similar to a key part of the Ubuntu desktop.
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The GNOME project has announced the release of GNOME 3.14, a new stable update featuring multi-touch gestures, new UI animations and more.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive quietly hit Linux last night, arriving stealth-like in the games libraries of Steam users.
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An updated build of the 'NSS' library required to make HTML5 Netflix playback work natively in Ubuntu is now being rolled out to LTS users.
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Open-source software outfit Yorba has announced new stable releases of photo management app Shotwell and slick desktop e-mail client Geary.
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Google recently announced the first set of Android apps available to run natively on Chrome OS, a feat made possible using a new 'Android Runtime' extension.
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We saw last month just how close native Netflix support for Linux is to arriving. Now Netflix wants to go one step further...
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Later this month GNOME 3.14 will be released to the masses, bringing a raft of improvements, new features, design and technologies with it.
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The Humble Indie Bundle 12 has levelled up, adding three more games to its action-packed roster — and they're all available for Linux.
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Opera has announced a beta release of its Chromium-based web browser — the first to support Linux.
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A step-by-step guide to making an origami Unicorn has been posted online by Canonical to celebrate the upcoming release of the same name.
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