With no doubts, Skype provides the best VoIP service in the market. Their quality of voice and video conferencing is amazing. They have come up with interesting features such as Skype In and Skype Out. They also have a relatively good support for Linux desktop. With all that said, Skype has been my favorite VoIP provider for 6 years. ...read more
Published on: Sept. 22, 2010 --- Number of Comments: 4
Microsoft Silverlight is the biggest competitor of Adobe Flash. One of the biggest advantages of Flash over Silverlight was its Linux support. But things are getting changed now. The Moonlight is the open source project that tries to implement MS Silverlight on Linux. Even though Moonlight doesn't provide a full support of Silverlight, however, it's been doing a ...read more
Published on: Sept. 17, 2010 --- Number of Comments: 0
Gmote is a very cool android app that enables you to control your computer remotely using your Android based cell phone.
After installing it on your cell phone, you need to install the server version on the computer, you're trying to access remotely. The good thing about this app is that, it supports all the major ...read more
Published on: June 21, 2010 --- Number of Comments: 3
Many of you have probably experienced sound problem in Linux environments, when you use two applications for playing music or video.
A few weeks ago after making a total update for my Arch Linux machine, I noticed that Amarok no longer played music. That is, I decided to install phonon-xine and most gstreamer codecs. I also installed gstreamer0.10-pulse, as ...read more
Published on: Sept. 25, 2009 --- Number of Comments: 5
As you may know, vim is one of the most powerful text editors. It's been around for a long time and most advanced UNIX administrators do all their tasks with it. I had tried working with vim a few times, but I always ended up using eclipse and quanta plus for developing my web application. Lately, I noticed that both ...read more
Published on: July 8, 2009 --- Number of Comments: 2