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May 2, 2014
You could have come across the term, “cPanel” if you have been searching around for a shared Linux web hosting or logged into cPanel right now if have got a new hosting account. cPanel is a web-based tool that can help you manage the files on your website, email associated with your domain, and basically manage almost everything about your hosting. It is extremely user-friendly and can enable one to manage their hosting even if you they do not know much about web hosting.In this article I'll show you 6 things that you must know to start to work with this software.
Privacy Badger is a new tool from the Electronic Frontier Foundation designed to stop creepy online tracking.It’s an extension for Firefox and Chrome that “automatically detects and blocks spying ads around the Web, and the invisible trackers that feed information to them.”
We all know about the Raspberry Pi, but it's far from the only single-board computer out there that makers might find both useful and affordable.
eBook reader, editor, and library management software Calibre 1.35 has been released and comes with more book editing and spell checking features and fixes.
We already let you know last month that Battleblock Theatre would have a Linux version, the best news is the date is now set for the release and it will be simultaneous on Linux & Windows.
When I installed the openSUSE KDE edition I noticed that there were 2 browsers installed. Konqueror is part of KDE so it is no surprise that this is installed but by providing Firefox as well are the openSUSE developers saying Konqueror isn't good enough?
I began working with the Wikimedia Foundation in January 2012 for program and community support in India. With the Centre for Internet and Society's Access To Knowledge program, we focus on open access for scholarly publications to help communities enrich Wikipedia entries for Indic languages.While I was negotiating with a few authors to relicense their copyrighted books to a Creative Commons license (a license that allows anyone to reuse, modify and use content), I began identifying certain areas of motivation for an author to donate their work as free content.