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Popcorn Time may revolutionize movie streaming

According to Google, piracy is all about availability and pricing, and while I do not agree with the company often these days, I have to admit that they nailed it this time. […]

ORBX.js could revolutionize the web, and Mozilla is involved

Several major operating system platforms exist that are not really compatible with each other. You can't run Windows programs and games on Apple's iPad, or iPhone apps on Google's Android operating system. […]

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TVs are the battleground for the next tech revolution

I'm using televisions for two purposes: to watch TV or media like DVD or Blu-Ray movies, and to play games on gaming systems like the Playstation 3 or the Xbox 360. I'm […]

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Opera Reader Could Revolutionize The Way We Read On The Internet

One of the biggest usability issues on today's Internet are scrolling web pages. Browsers automatically add scrollbars to web pages if the contents exceed the vertical or horizontal display limitations of the […]

Sync your Evolution contacts with UbuntuOne

How many machines do you have? How many contacts do you have? How many machines do you try to keep your contacts in sync on? There are a lot of ways to […]

Encrypting email in Evolution

Evolution is an outstanding groupware suite with one of the finest email clients in all of Linux-land. For many users the standard email setup is great. It does everything they need: it […]

Lesser known Evolution features

I have covered the Evolution groupware client on Ghacks before (check out all content containing Evolution here). Everything from basic tasks to connecting to an Exchange server, it's been here on Ghacks. […]

Contain Junk email in Evolution

I've done a few articles about the Evolution groupware client here on Ghacks and I promise more. As Evolution is, essentially, the Outlook of Linux, it deserves plenty of attention. In this […]

Backup and restore Evolution

How many times have you migrated from one Linux box to another, only to say goodbye to your email and knowing you were going to have to set your email client up […]

Connect Evolution to Exchange 2007 MAPI

Evolution is the groupware suite for the Linux operating system. It is, for all intents and purposes, Outlook for Linux. The only downfall is, out of the box, it doesn't play well […]

Use Bogofilter for better junk detection in Evolution

So you're using the Linux operating system and you're not concerned with viruses. But you still get SPAM - and plenty of it. With the Evolution groupware suite you have, by default, […]

Connect Evolution to Google mail and calendar

How many email accounts do you have? How many calendars do you use? If you're like me you have more than you can manage - unless you manage them in a centralized […]

Replace Outlook with Evolution: A Linux Groupware Suite

For many users, Outlook is the de facto standard email client...if you're on Windows. And why not? It's an all-in-one groupware suite that can manage your email, your calendar, your tasks, your […]

Fedora 10 and the Evolution of Xorg

This is a rant. This is only a rant. If this were a real review you would be notified by your local emergency broadcast station...Now that I have your attention, I want […]


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Retrobar is an open source tool that changes the taskbar's appearance to that of Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME or XP

RetroBar is an open source tool that changes the taskbar's appearance to that of Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME or XP

Which version of Windows did you use first? The first one I tried as a kid was Windows 3.1. I consider myself lucky to have experienced the evolution of the operating system, […]

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WebExtensions Community Group formed by Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla

Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla formed the WebExtensions Community Group to specify a model, permissions, and a common core of APIs for web browser extensions. The newly founded group is part of […]

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Ghacks Deals: The Cloud Computing Architect Certification Bundle (97% off)

The Cloud Computing Architect Certification Bundle includes nine eLearning courses that teach you cloud computing skills and services, including those about illustrious names and services such as Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Tensorflow, […]

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No, the Firefox logo isn't being changed

Recently, there has been a rise in memes that mock the Firefox logo. You may have come across some of these images that tell you "they killed the fox", and the new […]

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Play all Magnetic Scrolls adventure games in your browser [Game Saturday]

If you were a teen (or older) in the 80's, you may have experienced the rise of a game company called Magnetic Scrolls. The company developed adventure games for the state of […]

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Google Chrome is getting Tab Groups soon

Tabbed browsing has not changed all that much ever since browsers made an evolutionary leap from displaying a single site per browser window to separating sites in tabs in a single browser […]

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Goodbye Office 365! Hello Microsoft 365!

The writing was on the wall for quite some time; Microsoft finally made the announcement that it has launched the new subscription service Microsoft 365 and that it will migrate Office 365 […]

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Vivaldi adds a clock with alarm and timer to browser

The latest snapshot of the Vivaldi web browser displays a clock in the status bar of the browser that supports alarm and timer functionality. One of the things that I like about […]

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Gog Winter Sale 2019: Grab a free Wasteland 2 copy

The Gog Winter Sale 2019 has started. The annual event runs from December 11, 2019 to January 2, 2020 this year. Gog promises more than 2500 deals with discounts up to 95%. […]

Microsoft retires Cortana support on iOS and Android

Remember Cortana? The digital assistant that Microsoft integrated into the company's Windows 10 operating system? Microsoft went all in on the digital assistant when it first launched Windows 10 and even made […]

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Opera 60 (Reborn 3) launches

Opera Software released Opera 60, also known as Reborn 3, to the Stable channel of the Opera browser on April 9, 2019. The company aims high with the release stating that it […]

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Nvidia GeForce 416.16 with Windows 10 version 1809 support

Nvidia released a new driver for its GeForce video cards today that introduces official support for Windows 10 version 1809 which Microsoft released on October 2, 2018. Some users who upgraded earlier […]

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What is Telegram Passport?

Telegram Passport is a new feature by the makers of Telegram that is designed as "a unified authorization method for services that require personal identification". Some companies may require further proof of […]

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PowerShell vs. PowerShell Core, what you need to know

Microsoft announced the general availability of PowerShell Core 6.0 on January 10, 2018. PowerShell Core is a new version of PowerShell, a command-line shell and scripting language that ships with Microsoft Windows. […]

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Dashlane wants to automate passwords in 2018

Passwords are everywhere. You use them to sign in to operating systems and devices, web services, email accounts, computer games, audio and video chat services, or websites that you have user accounts […]

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Windows 10: Microsoft retires HomeGroup

Microsoft plans to remove the HomeGroup functionality from its Windows 10 operating system. The company made the first step towards that goal in the most recent Insider Preview version of Windows 10 […]

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Humble Bundle: Free copy of The Walking Dead: Season 1

The Walking Dead: Season 1 is an adventure game by Telltale that is currently available for free at the Humble Bundle Store. The game's regular price is $22.99 but you can get […]


A look at Windows Alternatives in Linux

GNU/Linux users are well aware of the fact that many pieces of software commonly used in Microsoft Windows, do not function for us using things like WINE; and so we must find […]

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Megaupload 2.0 secures financing

Megaupload, once the world's largest file sharing site before it was taken down by the FBI, may make a comeback soon as the financing for Megaupload 2.0 has been secured recently. The […]

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Microsoft News Pro: good idea, bad implementation

Microsoft Garage's newest application for Android, News Pro, For You, In Depth, is a port of the iOS application that is designed to deliver news "around your work and life every day" […]

Google is in a vicious build-retire cycle

Google created or bought several long-standing successful products since the company started out as a startup to revolutionize search. The most successful products are probably Google Search, Gmail, Chrome, Maps, Adsense/Adwords, Android […]

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Word 2016: Researcher and Editor tools

Microsoft announced two new tools, Researcher and Editor, for Word 2016 today that introduce better research integration and writing assistance. Word 2016 is the newest version of the popular word editing software […]

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The Z is an innovative computer mouse

The Z is a mouse created by Swiftpoint that aims to revolutionize how mice works by introducing new features that benefit all users. When it comes to the mouse input device, not […]

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Firebug Theme for Firefox Developer Tools

Firebug is a popular development extension for Firefox that has been available for Firefox since the early 1.x days of the web browser. It launched at a time when development tools were […]