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Google Chrome 52.0.2743.82 / 53.0.2785.34 Beta / 54.0.2810.2 Dev
The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web browser developed by the well known Google company

Skype 1.3 Alpha
A free Internet telephony (VoIP) application for Linux, Windows and Mac operating systems

Live Voyager 16.04.1
An Open Source Xubuntu based Linux operating system that features the Xfce desktop

Parabola GNU/Linux-libre 2016.07.27
A libre (free) version of the lightweight and powerful Arch Linux operating system

GNU nano 2.6.2
A CLI text editor originally designed as a Pico editor clone with several enhancements

Ubuntu MATE 16.04.1 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 2
A community-derived Ubuntu operating system that features the MATE desktop environment

Ubuntu Kylin 16.04.1 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 2
The Wily Werewolf edition of the Ubuntu Linux operating system for Chinese-speaking users

Lubuntu 16.04.1 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 2
The Wily Werewolf edition of the Lubuntu Linux operating system, built on top of LXDE

Wireshark 2.0.5
The world's most popular network protocol analyzer software for Linux, BSD and Solaris

Tcl/Tk 8.6.6
A portable, platform-independent and advanced scripting environment for UNIX OSes

Antivirus Live CD 19.0-0.99.2
A 4MLinux fork operating system built around the Clam AntiVirus anti-virus software

Toutou Linux SlaXen 6.0 RCX / 6.3.2 Alpha
An custom Puppy Linux based distribution designed for older computers and French-speaking users

MySQL Community Edition 5.7.14 GA
The world's most popular open source database server used on millions of websites

DVDStyler 3.0.1
A DVD-Video authoring software for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X operating systems

FileZilla 3.20.0
One of the best free FTP (File Transfer Protocol) clients for Linux, Windows and Mac OSes

Opera 38.0 Build 2220.41 / 39.0 Build 2256.42 Beta / 40.0 Build 2301.0 Dev
Surf the Internet in a safer, faster and easier way with the Opera browser for Linux

Linux Kernel 4.6.5 / 4.4.16 LTS / 4.1.28 LTS / 3.18.37 LTS / 3.16.36 LTS / 3.14.74 LTS / 3.12.62 LTS / 3.10.102 LTS / 3.4.112 LTS
The core of the Linux operating systems, created and maintained by Linus Torvalds

Wine 1.8.3 / 1.9.15 Dev
An application that allows users to run Windows applications in Linux operating systems

Mozilla Thunderbird 45.2.0 / 47.0 Beta 2
The Thunderbird project provides a total redesign of the Mozilla e-mail component

ArchEX Dual 64bit/32bit Linux Live DVD 160724
An Open Source and free Linux distribution based on the Arch Linux operating system


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Microsoft Retires Windows 10 Mobile Builds for Unsupported Windows Phone Devices
Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 build 14393.5 to the Release Preview ring, and with this change, the company is once and for all abandoning Windows Phone devices that aren’t getting the full upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile. Back in March, when Microsoft announced the new Windows 10 Mobile devices, the company decided to make it available only for some models that were part of its existing lineup, as it wanted to offer the best possible experience on the new operating system. The only way for unsupported Windows Phone device owners to run Windows 10 Mobile was to enroll in the Windows Insider program and get new builds as part of the Release Preview ring. This particular ring was getting 10586 builds, as they were compatible with unsupported models, while Anniversary Preview builds were listed as incompatible. Goodbye, Windows 10 Mobile Today, when the Release Preview ring update took place, Microsoft made it impossible for these unsupported devi...

Leaked Video Shows the New Samsung Z2 with Tizen
Samsung is just a few days away from unveiling its next flagship, the Note 7, but the company is also working on long-time rumored Z2 with Tizen inside. The handset has leaked in a video that shows off its design and UI. Samsung Z2 has recently leaked in a video showing how Unity engine game is launched on the said device, on Z1, and on Z3 simultaneously, according to Tizen Experts. The user manual for Samsung Z2 has also surfaced online, and the phone is said to be projected to launch in Africa and Southeast Asia, more specifically, in India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria. The device should arrive by the end of this year, but these are just rumors at this point. Samsung Z2 will be running Tizen OS, and it will also support 4G LTE. It's also important to note that the handset might be the first to support remote assistance feature. T...

This Is Your Last Chance to Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free
You've probably heard this over and over again, but seriously, this is absolutely your last chance to upgrade to Windows 10 without paying a single cent. The free upgrade offer that Microsoft launched when it debuted the new Windows 10 operating system on PCs will come to an end in 18 hours, so you’re clearly running out of time to perform the switch. Only Windows 7 and 8.1 users can perform the switch without paying for the upgrade, but in case they don’t complete the process sometime in the next hours, they’ll have to pay the full price of a license, which, in the case of Windows 10, is $119.99 in the United States for the Home version (Windows 10 has the same price as Windows 8.1 in all markets, so whatever you spent on the previous OS version, you need to invest in buying Windows 10 too unless you complete the switch today). You don’t have to use it full time The best thing about this is that you don’t even need to continue using Windows 10 i...

Microsoft Responds to Criticism, Says Windows 10 Is Fully Open
Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney isn’t the biggest Windows 10 fan, even though the recent releases might prove otherwise, so it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that he criticizes Microsoft on pretty much every single occasion. Most recently, Sweeney blamed Microsoft for trying to kill Steam by creating a closed Windows system that would require developers to bring their apps to the Windows Store and focus on the universal Windows app concept. And yet, in a statement released by Microsoft today, Redmond denies all these claims and explains that Windows 10 is a fully open ecosystem and ensures that the company has no intention of killing Steam, Win32 or whomever Sweeney believes it might be trying to kill. “Tim is a respected figure in the gaming world, and we value his feedback. As stated previously, the Universal Windows Platfo...

Amazon Says It Might Not Be Coming Back to Windows Phones
Amazon is one of the big devs that have decided to jump ship and abandon Windows Phone, so the company pulled its app from the platform all of a sudden, encouraging users to access its website should they want to continue shopping using the service. More recent information, however, revealed that Amazon was instead planning to release a Windows 10 Mobile app, which kind of makes sense, given the fact that, this way, the company can actually go universal and code for both PCs and smartphones. And yet, it turns out that this isn’t true, with German website WindowsUnited now reporting that the local Amazon is denying plans for a new Windows 10 Mobile app. Amazon on Windows 10 Mobile? Not going to ...

Over 10,000 Google Free Wi-Fi Kiosks Collecting Data on New Yorkers
Privacy advocacy groups are sounding the alarm on LinkNYC, a network of free Wi-Fi kiosks that have been installed across New York City in the past year by CitiBridge, which is a consortium of companies such as Qualcomm, CIVIQ Smartscapes, and Intersection (part of Sidewalk Labs, part of Alphabet). The kiosks, called Links, enable users to connect to a private Wi-Fi network, allow free domestic calling, provide free device charging via USB ports, an integrated tablet for surfing the Web, and an emergency button for calling 911. Based on reports from Cryptome and MassPrivateI, there are over 10,000 of such kiosks already installed in New York. Wi-Fi kiosks collect a lot of data on those who use them The two groups also claim that these kiosks secretly spy on users. ...

Skype 1.3 for Linux Alpha Now Available for Download
Microsoft continues its work on Linux projects, and today the company is introducing a new Skype version that comes with several improvements over its predecessor. Skype for Linux Alpha 1.3 brings several fixes, so if you’ve experienced issues with version 1.2, make sure you install the new one to benefit from smoother performance. For example, Skype for Linux 1.3 fixes the post-install script on all supported distributions and repairs the “minimize to tray” feature for Cinnamon, as many users reported that this particular option wasn’t working correctly. In some cases, minimizing to tray had no result while, for others, crashed the app completely, so it’s good to see that Microsoft fixed it with this new release. Additionally, Redmond says that it fixed the Redo shortcut for Linux (Ctrl + Y) while also adding that logging out from the menu should work “consi...

WhatsApp Fails to Properly Delete Your Chats
Facebook's WhatsApp messaging client fails to properly delete conversations, allowing attackers or law enforcement a few avenues to recover deleted chats, iOS developer Jonathan Zdziarski has discovered. The core issue at the heart of this problem is the SQLite database, which WhatsApp and many other more mobile applications use to store data on the phone they are installed. WhatsApp's SQLite database fails to delete data Zdziarski has discovered that, when a user deletes a WhatsApp conversation, SQLite's normal mode of operation is to mark the data as deleted and add it to a "free list" of database entries that can be re-written by other information, instead of actually wiping the data from its index. The developer says that there can be cases where months pass without the data being overwritten with other information. During all this time, the data lingers around on the device and is included as part of the app's database when the user creates ...

Leaked Moto Z Play Images Reveal Familiar Design
Last month, Motorola unveiled the Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones with modular accessories, called MotoMods. However, previous leaks had pointed to the fact that the company had another handset up its sleeve, namely the Moto Z Play. The device has been leaking in images for some time now, and the latest batch of pictures has surfaced just recently. Moto Z Play has been spotted on HelloMotoHK account, and the photos depict its design, which is quite similar to that of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. The images don't reveal any specs for the upcoming smartphone, but a while ago, word was that the device would be cheaper and would thus not be as powerful as the Moto Z Force. The specs of the upcoming Moto Z Play (code name Vector) previously leaked online an...

Career ATM Skimmer Gets 70 Months in a US Prison for Stealing $900,000
A Florida judge has sentenced a recidivist career ATM skimmer to 70 months in prison for installing ATM skimming devices in several US states and defrauding users of over $900,000 from their debit cards. Sorin Condrache, 36, of Craiova, Romania, also got three years of supervised release and will have to pay restitution fees of $905,901, the sum he stole from his victims. Crook installed ATM skimmers in five US states According to court documents, the suspect was arrested and charged with installing ATM skimming devices on ATMs located in five US states, namely Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Condrache used a skimming device that was placed over the card insertion slot, which recorded data from the debit card's magnetic strip. The crook also used a pinhole camera, which he installed on the ATM, in order to save the PIN codes entered by each person who used the ATM. With the data he gathered via the ATM skimmer, Condra...