Mountain View, California-based company Moon Express has unveiled a commercial lunar lander called the MX-1.
Massive Exoplanet Discovered, Challenges Established Planet Formation Theories
Piixl Jetpack is SteamOS gaming PC that latches onto the back of your TV
Google is planning to launch Nexus TV next year
Will Linux power Amazon Drone and Google Robots?
What’s new in Android 4.4.1
Create your own Bullet time camera rig with Raspberry Pi
Now you can download Gmail and Google Calendar data
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Ubuntu to include torrent search in Dash search
Samsung patents transparent displays with backside touch control for future smartphones
Google working on Chrome OS Recovery Tool App
Mozilla organizes Gaming contest for web, desktop and mobile, prizes worth $45,000
Apple’s Thunderbolt to get sleeker, reversible competition from USB
Raspberry Pi powered interceptor can hijack Amazon Drone
Plex may bring local media playback support to Chromecast
Creator of Steam, Valve, joins the Linux Foundation
Android founder Andy Rubin is heading a secret robotics project at Google
Moto X Cyber Monday deal postponed
CyanogenMod 10.2 released, the last of its Jelly Bean ROMs
Richard M Stallman: bitcoin is not anonymous – that’s not part of its design.
The reason why Kdenlive can’t die…it’s Open Source
Ubuntu and ASUS start selling affordable notebooks in the US
Jolla phone launched, it’s first Wayland powerd phone
CyanogenMod Installer removed from Google Play Store
Acer introduces $299 touch-screen Chromebook
Microsoft is scared of Chromebooks, launches smear campaign
Steam Machines box prototype revealed, priced at $499
Improv – Raspberry Pi’s big brother introduced
Can you guess which nation is the ‘dumbest’ when it comes to languages?
MATE to make it into Debian repositories
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Google, Microsoft Join Hands to Fight Child Porn
Wikileaks publishes leaked draft of SECRET copyright treaty
EFF responds: Mark Shuttleworth is still wrong
A giant exoplanet (planet outside of our own solar system),..
A project to develop a secure offline password device is underway.
Google released Android 4.4.1 couple of days back, but along with Nexus users, the new update brings some news which would make Chromecast users happy too. Looks like Google is bringing Chromecast mirroring support to Android devices very soon.
Piixl, a British computer manufacturer has developed a gaming PC box running Steam OS named ‘Jetpack’ which is designed to latch onto flat screen TVs
Google is developing a ‘Nexus TV’ device which is scheduled for launch sometime in first half of 2014. The device will be a set top box running Android and offer music and video streaming services from Netflix Hulu and Youtube.
In next one or two years maybe we will be able to see Linux powered robots in action. This will put forward another space which is run or dominated by Linux.
Google has started rolling out the next update, Android 4.4.1 to some Nexus devices. Nexus 5 users are getting the new camera fixes and enhancements.
Folks at PiFace have created an inexpensive rig which looks more like the LHC at CERN using nearly half a kilometre of network cables, 48 Raspberry Pis fitted with cameras and PiFace Control.
Good news for Gmail and Google Calendar users, you can now download a custom archive of you emails and calendars through Google Takeout.
If you don’t want to wait for Google’s OTA, you can manually flash Android 4.4.1 on Nexus 5 from a Gnu/Linux system.
Google has finally released the most awaited Android 4.4.1 update which improves the camera experience on Nexus 5.
Ubuntu users will soon be able to ‘search’ for torrents from sites like The Pirate Bay right from Unity Dash. A torrent lens created by developer David Calle will be available by default on Ubuntu.
Samsung is planning to fuse touch sensors at the front and back of the transparent displays to allow different input operations in smartphones.
Google developers are working on a Chrome OS recovery tool app which makes it easier to create a recovery medium from within your Chrome device.
Mozilla, the organization behind Firefox browser and operating system, is organizing a contest for creating games. They have teamed up with Goo Technologies for Mozilla and Goo’s Game Creator Challenge to engage ‘budding’ game creators.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced that work on a new connector called Type-C is underway.
Named SkyJack, “a drone engineered to autonomously seek out, hack, and wirelessly take over other drones within wifi distance…”
Chromecast devices may soon be able to play local media thanks to PlexMedia Server. According to reports there are hints of Chromecast support coming to Plex.
Valve Software, the creator of Steam platform and games like Halflife and Portal, has joined the Linux Foundation.