The Humble Jumbo Bundle is now sadly over, but while good things come to an end we can always look forward to the next big thing. For the next two weeks, Humble is offering up a new bundle that includes six games for PC, OS X, Linux, and Android -- yes, all six titles (with more to come next Tuesday) are available for all four platforms (with Steam versions if you donate more than $1). Following the standard rules, there are four games you get with any donation: Jack Lumber (77% iOS), Gemini Rue (82% PC), Little Inferno (82% iOS), and AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome (also included is the Android counterpart, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! (Force = Mass x Acceleration) - 90% iOS). Pay more than the average...

Humble Bundle with Android #7 (Updated)

In the latest edition of the Humble Bundle, there’s another collection of fairly popular games available. As usual, you unlock the core set of games with any donation of...

13 by Jarred Walton on 10/15/2013

Valve Releases Specs for Prototype Steam Machine

Last week we analyzed Valve’s announcement of their forthcoming SteamOS, Steam Machines, and Steam Controller. There are still a lot of unknowns, but today Valve released the details for...

99 by Jarred Walton on 10/4/2013

Analyzing Valve’s SteamOS, Steam Machines, and Steam Controller Announcements

In 2012, Valve released an update to their Steam platform called Big Picture, which essentially consisted of a new user interface tailored towards the needs of the living room...

77 by Jarred Walton on 9/28/2013

NVIDIA Pledges Help On Open Source Linux GPU Driver Development

In what’s quickly becoming a big week for Linux, word comes from Ars Technica today that NVIDIA has quietly announced their intent to help with the development of open...

18 by Ryan Smith on 9/24/2013

Samsung Laptops Bricked by Booting Linux Using UEFI

Ryan passed this along early this morning (really early for Ryan, seeing that we’re not even in the double digits of the morning hours!), and while this issue is...

42 by Jarred Walton on 1/30/2013

Canonical Brings Ubuntu To Televisions

Canonical, a services and software company that backs open-source projects like Ubuntu, recently announced they would be moving to compete in the Smart TV space. The project, called Ubuntu...

3 by Jason Inofuentes on 1/12/2012

Humble Indie Bundle 4 Available

The Humble Indie Bundle team today launched the pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle 4 just in time for the holidays - the bundle included WIndows, OS X, and Linux versions...

14 by Andrew Cunningham on 12/13/2011

Game Review: Minecraft (PC)

Minecraft, the world building game from independent developer Mojang, finally came out of a lengthy beta last week. It's difficult to adequately review a game that has been playable...

20 by Andrew Cunningham on 11/21/2011

Mozilla Developing Open Web Mobile OS

The developers at Mozilla have been busy; Firefox 8 is just around the corner and now they seem to be developing an experimental mobile operating system. They're calling it...

18 by Amman Sood on 11/7/2011

Ubuntu 11.10 Released

Canonical has just released the latest version of Ubuntu, 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot, to end users. Most prominent among its new features are upgrades to the Unity interface, the new...

32 by Andrew Cunningham on 10/13/2011

Canonical Releases Windows Client for Ubuntu One Cloud Storage Service

Ubuntu One, the cloud storage service available for Ubuntu versions 9.04 and higher, now has an official Windows client. Previously available as a beta, Ubuntu One for Windows gives...

10 by Andrew Cunningham on 9/30/2011

Firefox 7.0 Released

Has it already been six weeks since Firefox 6.0 was released? Apparently so, since Firefox 7.0 has just been made available for Windows, OS X, and Linux users to...

23 by Andrew Cunningham on 9/27/2011

Flash Player 11 in Early October, Says Adobe

Flash Player 11, the next major version of Adobe's near-ubiquitous browser plug-in, is now officially set for release in early October, the company said in a press release today...

31 by Andrew Cunningham on 9/21/2011

ZFS - Building, Testing, and Benchmarking

Click to enlarge If you are in the IT field, you have no doubt heard a lot of great things about ZFS, the file system originally introduced by Sun in...

105 by Matt Breitbach on 10/5/2010

The Family Proxy

Do you have a growing family at home slowly eating away at your bandwidth? Maybe you're a web surfing fanatic looking for a little more speed? If you answered...

97 by Christopher Rice on 5/11/2010

Linux Gaming: Are We There Yet?

Can you actually play Windows games on Linux? That's what we seek to find out. Talk about opening a can of worms!

127 by Christopher Rice on 12/28/2009

Revisiting Linux Part 1: A Look at Ubuntu 8.04

After a long delay, it's time to revist Linux. To start things off, we look at at Ubuntu 8.04, the latest Long Term Stable release of the popular operating...

197 by Ryan Smith on 8/26/2009

Dual Core Linux Performance: Two Penguins are Better than One

We got our hands on some of the new dual core processors from AMD and Intel and put them in a high performance Linux rig was exactly what the...

70 by Kristopher Kubicki on 7/1/2005

Linux and the Desktop Pentium M: Uncommon Performance

We received a brand new 2.1GHz Dothan with a desktop motherboard and put them through their paces against the Athlon 64 and Pentium 4 processors.

51 by Kristopher Kubicki on 12/24/2004

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