Deepin Linux 20.2.2 Released

Deepin Linux 20.2.2 has been released today as the latest and greatest version of this Chinese-made and Debian-based distribution featuring the eye-candy Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE).

Brave Search Beta Now Available

I’m going to give Brave an honest try, since I’ve been quite unhappy with DuckDuckGo lately, and Google’s search engine has been going down the drain for years now. Being in search engine limbo is not a fun place...

Linux 5.13 Released

Linus Torvalds has just released the Linux 5.13 kernel as stable. Linux 5.13 was just tagged and is ready to go. The kernel is shipping under the new “Opossums on Parade” codename that was put in place last week....

Windows 11 Goes Official: New Features, Availability, Supported Devices, And More

After months of teasing and a tonne of leaks, Microsoft has officially unveiled the next version of Windows OS — Windows 11, which will replace the current Windows 10 OS. The latest OS from Microsoft will be available for...

Qt 6.2 Alpha Released

The Qt Company has announced the debut of Qt 6.2 Alpha as it prepares for its September release with many more modules finally making the transition from Qt5 to Qt6. Qt 6.2 as the first Qt6 Long-Term Support release...

Linux 5.13-rc7 Released

Linus Torvalds is celebrating Father’s Day by releasing Linux 5.13-rc7. Kernel maintainers and testers managed to keep him happy the father of Linux happy this week by keeping to a small change set for this late-stage release candidate. So...

KDE Plasma 5.22.2 Released

The KDE Project released today KDE Plasma 5.22.2 as the second point release to the latest KDE Plasma 5.22 desktop environment series to address more bugs, regressions, and improve existing features.

Google releases Android 12 Beta 2.1 With Bug Fixes

At this point we’re well into Android 12 public beta territory, following a few months of developer-only releases. And today Google has outed the Android 12 Beta 2.1, which, as the small increment implies, is all about fixing bugs...

YouTube Tests Inclusion Of Time Stamps In Policy Violation Emails

Breaking the YouTube terms of service or violating any of the site’s policies can be a frustrating experience. However, a new test will provide time stamps in YouTube policy violation emails where any violation is believed to exist. If...

WhatsApp Multi-Device Support To Be Limited To One Phone Per Account

There is no doubt that the upcoming multi-device support for WhatsApp is highly anticipated, but according to some new findings, the initial release might be limited to just one phone per account.

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