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  • General – SourceForge Community Blog https://sourceforge.net/blog What's new on SourceForge.net Mon, 23 Jul 2018 04:12:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.1 Copyright © SourceForge Community Blog 2012 communityteam@sourceforge.net (SourceForge Community Blog) communityteam@sourceforge.net (SourceForge Community Blog) http://plenz-9050.sb.sf.net/wp-content/plugins/podpress/images/powered_by_podpress.jpg SourceForge Community Blog https://sourceforge.net/blog 144 144 What's new on SourceForge.net SourceForge Community Blog SourceForge Community Blog communityteam@sourceforge.net no no Projects of the Week, July 23, 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-23-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-23-2018/#respond Mon, 23 Jul 2018 04:12:00 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14425 Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Clonezilla Clonezilla is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program similar to True ...

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    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

    Clonezilla

    Clonezilla is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program similar to True Image®. It saves and restores only used blocks in hard drive. Two types of Clonezilla are available, Clonezilla live and Clonezilla SE (Server Edition).
    [ Download Clonezilla ]


    Asuswrt-Merlin

    Asuswrt-Merlin is a third party firmware for select Asus wireless routers. Based on the Asuswrt firmware developed by Asus, it brings tweaks, new features and other improvements to the original firmware, while retaining its performance and ease of use. Note that only downloads are hosted on SF.net – the complete source code can be found on https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin (legacy 380.xx) and https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin.ng (382 and newer releases).
    [ Download Asuswrt-Merlin ]


    mpv player (Windows)

    Main project site: https://mpv.io/
    [ Download mpv player (Windows) ]


    Laragon

    Laragon makes coding more fun and easier. Instant setup – extremely fast, lightweight, intuitive, and powerful universal development enviroment for creating modern apps with many stacks: Ruby on Rails, Laravel, Django, Flask, MEAN and Spring Boot. Portable, reliable and Zero operation on MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Memcached, Redis, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js and Java.
    [ Download Laragon ]


    ArcoLinux

    ArcoLinux is an Arch Linux distribution. We would like to gradually take you deeper and deeper into the Arch Linux world. You will get full freedom to change the distro any way you want. It is easy if someone explains it to you. 300+ youtube tutorials and counting. Our motto : Learn, enjoy and have fun. Phase 1 : install ArcoLinux and learn to use Xfce, Openbox and i3 Phase 2 : install ArcoLinuxD and learn to install just Xfce or Openbox or i3 and use it Phase 3 : install ArcoLinuxD and learn to install Awesome, Budgie, Cinnamon, Gnome, Mate, … and learn how to use it Phase 4 : Build your own iso on ArcoLinux or ArcoLinuxD iso – personal touch Phase 5 : install Arch Linux and follow the Arch wiki installation guide Phase 6 : build your own iso from scratch – how do we even start making a brand new iso/distribution https://arcolinux.info https://arcolinux.com https://arcolinuxd.com https://arcolinuxforum.co
    [ Download ArcoLinux ]


    PitchBlack-TWRP

    [ Download PitchBlack-TWRP ]


    fre:ac – free audio converter

    fre:ac is a free audio converter and CD ripper for various formats and encoders. It features MP3, MP4/M4A, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, and Bonk format support, integrates freedb/CDDB, CDText and ID3v2 tagging and is available in several languages.
    [ Download fre:ac – free audio converter ]


    XiaomiFirmwareUpdater

    A Script that automatically generate Xiaomi firmware flashable zip files every miui new update! Firmware is extracted from miui official ROMs, both Global and China. Auto updated every Friday. Supported Devices: https://github.com/xiaomi-firmware-updater/mi-firmware-updater/blob/weekly/supported.md XDA Support Thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software-hacking/devices-xiaomi-firmware-updater-t3741446
    [ Download XiaomiFirmwareUpdater ]


    ZenTao project management software

    Zentao is a leading Open Source project management tool, which focuses on software development project management, supports Story management✓ Sprint and task✓ bug tracking✓ Scrum✓ Waterfall✓ Roadmap✓ Online✓ Self Hosting✓ It will be your last Free project management software! Welcome to zentao site: www.zentao.pm
    [ Download ZenTao project management software ]

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    “Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – September 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/community-choice-project-month-vote-september-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/community-choice-project-month-vote-september-2018/#respond Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:14:03 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14428 The vote for September 2018 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until August 15, 2018 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, ...

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    The vote for September 2018 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until August 15, 2018 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, please visit the link above. Votes left in the comments section of this blog post will not be counted.


    VoIP monitor

    VoIPmonitor is an open source network packet sniffer with commercial frontend for SIP SKINNY MGCP RTP and RTCP VoIP protocols running on Linux. VoIPmonitor is designed to analyze quality of VoIP call based on network parameters – delay variation and packet loss according to ITU-T G.107 E-model which predicts quality on MOS scale. Calls with all relevant statistics are saved to MySQL or ODBC database. Optionally each call can be saved to pcap file with either only SIP / SKINNY protocol or SIP/RTP/RTCP/T.38/udptl protocols. VoIPmonitor can also decode audio.
    [ Download VoIP monitor ]


    Asuswrt-Merlin

    Asuswrt-Merlin is a third party firmware for select Asus wireless routers. Based on the Asuswrt firmware developed by Asus, it brings tweaks, new features and other improvements to the original firmware, while retaining its performance and ease of use. Note that only downloads are hosted on SF.net – the complete source code can be found on https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin (legacy 380.xx) and https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin.ng (382 and newer releases).
    [ Download Asuswrt-Merlin ]


    Ext2 Filesystems Utilities

    The Ext2 Filesystem Utilities (e2fsprogs) contain all of the standard utilities for creating, fixing, configuring , and debugging ext2 filesystems.
    [ Download Ext2 Filesystems Utilities ]


    BluestarLinux

    Bluestar Linux is an Arch Linux-based distribution, built with an understanding that people want and need a solid Operating System that provides a breadth of functionality and ease of use without sacrificing aesthetics. Bluestar is offered in three edtions – desktop, deskpro and developer – each tailored to address the needs of a variety of Linux users. Bluestar can be installed permanently as a robust and fully configurable operating system on a laptop or desktop system, or it can be run effectively as a live installer and supports the addition of persistent storage for those who choose not to perform a permanent installation. A Bluestar Linux software respository is also maintained in order to provide additional tools and applications when needed or requested. Bluestar provides the following features: Up-to-date Kernel Wide Variety of Applications – Always Current Versions Full Development / Desktop / Multimedia Environment
    [ Download BluestarLinux ]


    usm

    Usm is a unified slackware package manager that handles automatic dependency resolution. It unifies various package repositories including slackware, slacky, ponce, salix and alien. It also supports slackbuilds.org and will build from source.
    [ Download usm ]


    Apache OpenOffice Extensions

    The official catalog of Apache OpenOffice extensions. You’ll find extensions ranging from dictionaries to tools to import PDF files and to connect with external databases. Extensions can improve your productivity, and are easy to use.
    [ Download Apache OpenOffice Extensions ]


    PrathamOS

    A Bleeding Edge Stable Implementation, With State Of The Art UI Based On Modern Applied Ergonomics & Holistic Rolling Distribution Model, With Absolutely Latest 3300+ Core Packages & 75+ External Apps, Kernel 4.18+ & World’s Only LINUX With Voice Assist Based Fully Automated InBuilt Generic & Custom Install, Update & Upgrade Actions (ANAPMI). Comprehensive Application Stack To Cater Every Aspect Of Digital Experience & Every Segment Of Users. Extremely Oriented Towards Software Development Community With Support For All Major Language Platforms, Machine Learning & BigData Implementations. ==================== www.PrathamOS.com ==================== ====================================== YOUTUBE => http://bit.ly/PrathamOSChannel ====================================== *************************************************************** ADYAH (JUNE 2018) => www.PrathamOS.com/Adyah.html ***************************************************************
    [ Download PrathamOS ]


    WinCache Extension for PHP

    Windows Cache Extension for PHP is a PHP accelerator that is used to increase the speed of PHP applications running on Windows and Windows Server. The extension includes PHP opcode cache, user data cache, session cache, file system cache and relative path cache.
    [ Download WinCache Extension for PHP ]


    DisplayCAL

    DisplayCAL (formerly known as dispcalGUI) is a graphical user interface for the display calibration and profiling tools of Argyll CMS, an open source color management system. Calibrate and characterize your display devices using one of the many supported measurement instruments, with support for multi-display setups and a variety of available settings like customizable whitepoint, luminance, tone response curve as well as the option to create accurate look-up-table ICC profiles as well as some proprietary 3D LUT formats. Check the accuracy of profiles and 3D LUTs via measurements.
    [ Download DisplayCAL ]

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    Today in Tech – 1968 https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-18/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-18/#respond Wed, 18 Jul 2018 04:12:28 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14420 On this day in 1968 American multinational corporation and technology company Intel was founded. Intel was formed by semiconductor pioneers Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, with the executive ...

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    On this day in 1968 American multinational corporation and technology company Intel was founded. Intel was formed by semiconductor pioneers Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, with the executive leadership and vision of Andrew Grove. Its name is a combination of the words integrated and electronics, a fitting name considering the company’s vast electronic product line.

    Intel came up with the x86 series of microprocessors, which are found in most PCs today. It was the world’s largest producer of semiconductor chips based on sales until they were overtaken by Samsung in 2017.

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    Projects of the Week, July 16, 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-16-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-16-2018/#respond Mon, 16 Jul 2018 04:09:06 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14412 Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: WinCache Extension for PHP Windows Cache Extension for PHP is a PHP ...

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    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

    WinCache Extension for PHP

    Windows Cache Extension for PHP is a PHP accelerator that is used to increase the speed of PHP applications running on Windows and Windows Server. The extension includes PHP opcode cache, user data cache, session cache, file system cache and relative path cache.
    [ Download WinCache Extension for PHP ]


    Lazarus

    The Lazarus IDE is a stable and feature rich visual programming environment for the FreePascal Compiler. It supports the creation of self-standing graphical and console applications and runs on Linux, FreeBSD, MacOSX and Windows.
    [ Download Lazarus ]


    Ext2 Filesystems Utilities

    The Ext2 Filesystem Utilities (e2fsprogs) contain all of the standard utilities for creating, fixing, configuring , and debugging ext2 filesystems.
    [ Download Ext2 Filesystems Utilities ]


    Git Extensions

    Git Extensions is a toolkit aimed at making working with Git on Windows more intuitive. Git Extensions is also available on Linux and Mac OS X using Mono. The shell extension will integrate in Windows Explorer and presents a context menu on files and directories. There is also a Visual Studio plugin to use Git from the Visual Studio IDE. There are video tutorials for some basic functions on YouTube and links for the Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation here: * YouTube tutorials: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#video-tutorials * Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#links
    [ Download Git Extensions ]


    GPT fdisk

    GPT fdisk is a disk partitioning tool loosely modeled on Linux fdisk, but used for modifying GUID Partition Table (GPT) disks. The related FixParts utility fixes some common problems on Master Boot Record (MBR) disks.
    [ Download GPT fdisk ]


    Pinguy OS

    Pinguy OS an out-of-the-box working operating system for everyone, not just geeks.
    [ Download Pinguy OS ]


    VeraCrypt

    VeraCrypt is a free disk encryption software brought to you by IDRIX (https://www.idrix.fr) and based on TrueCrypt 7.1a. It adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks. It also solves many vulnerabilities and security issues found in TrueCrypt. This enhanced security adds some delay ONLY to the opening of encrypted partitions without any performance impact to the application use phase. This is acceptable to the legitimate owner but it makes it much harder for an attacker to gain access to the encrypted data. All released files are PGP signed with key ID=0x54DDD393, available on key servers and downloadable at https://www.idrix.fr/VeraCrypt/VeraCrypt_PGP_public_key.asc VeraCrypt can mount TrueCrypt volumes. It also can convert them to VeraCrypt format. Documentation: https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Documentation.html FAQ : https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/FAQ.html
    [ Download VeraCrypt ]


    fldigi

    Fldigi is a modem program for most of the digital modes used by radio amateurs today: CW, PSK, MFSK, RTTY, Hell, DominoEX, Olivia, and Throb are all supported. It can help calibrate a sound card to a time signal and do frequency measurement tests. NOTICE: You must proceed to the Files section to locate the correct fldigi, flrig etal download for your particular operating system. Do not blithely use the big green Download button! Use the “Files” menu item or the “Browse All Files” link.
    [ Download fldigi ]


    OpenFOAM

    OpenFOAM is the free, open source CFD software released and developed primarily by OpenCFD Ltd since 2004.
    OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to acoustics, solid mechanics and electromagnetics.
    [ Download OpenFOAM ]

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    Top 4 Real Time Strategy Game Software of the Week https://sourceforge.net/blog/top-4-real-time-strategy-game-software-week/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/top-4-real-time-strategy-game-software-week/#comments Fri, 13 Jul 2018 04:13:37 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14415 This blog series features the top-performing projects on SourceForge under specific categories. This week, we feature the top 4 Real Time Strategy (RTS) Game Software of the Week ...

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    This blog series features the top-performing projects on SourceForge under specific categories. This week, we feature the top 4 Real Time Strategy (RTS) Game Software of the Week available on SourceForge.

    Open source software isn’t all about work, it can be about play too and these open source RTS gaming software prove it. RTS is a type of video game where players must be quick-thinking to respond to attacks, stage their own attacks, collect resources and use these resources wisely. It is not turn-based, which means that all players are actively strategizing and implementing their plans at the same time. It can be quite challenging, but also exciting and rewarding. And with open source options available, players can try these games for free on different platforms and with modifications, should they wish it.

    Here are the top 4 Real Time Strategy Game Software available here at SourceForge, based on weekly downloads:


    Warzone 2100

    In Warzone, you command the forces of “The Project” in a battle to rebuild the world after mankind has almost been destroyed by nuclear missiles. The game offers a full campaign with optional (but strongly recommended!), videos, battle against four factions, multi-player and single-player skirmish modes, and an extensive tech tree and a full unit designer.
    Multi-player mode is also cross-platform. Battle your friends with any OS, Windows, Linux or Mac, it all works seamlessly! 100% portable Windows builds are also available.

    [ Download Warzone 2100 ]


    0 A.D.

    0 A.D. is a free, open-source, cross-platform real-time strategy game of ancient warfare. It’s a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of ancient civilizations, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess.

    [ Download 0 A.D. ]


    SaveParser

    SaveParser is a Total War savegame editor / parser. It supports Total War “Warhammer 2”, “Warhammer”, “Attila”, “Rome 2”, “Shogun 2”, “Napoleon” and “Empire” savegame files, and
    also includes some tools which could be needed by developers for savegame-based applications.

    [ Download SaveParser ]


    Arianne RPG

    Arianne is a multiplayer online engine to develop turn-based and real time games, providing a simple way of creating the game server rules and clients like our MORPG Stendhal. Its engine Marauroa uses Java and SQL for hosting hundreds of players on a solo host.

    Stendhal is a fun, friendly and free multiplayer online adventure game with a huge and rich world. With hundreds of NPCs and different quests, features like the Travel log and achievement system keep track of progress. Thousands of creatures are ready to fight, above and below ground, and as players level up they can compare themselves on a detailed stats website.

    The engine Marauroa provides a simple way of creating games on a portable and robust server architecture. Marauroa manages the client server communication and provides an object orientated view of the world for game developers. It handles database access in a transparent way to store player accounts, character progress and the state of the world.

    [ Download Arianne RPG ]

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    Today in Tech – 1976 https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-11/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-11/#comments Wed, 11 Jul 2018 04:28:15 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14408 On this day in 1976 the last slide rule was manufactured and presented to the Smithsonian Institution. The slide rule, also known as a slipstick, was a tool ...

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    On this day in 1976 the last slide rule was manufactured and presented to the Smithsonian Institution. The slide rule, also known as a slipstick, was a tool commonly used for performing mathematical calculations such as multiplication, division, exponents, roots and logarithms. With the advent of computers and hand-held calculators the slide rule became obsolete, and drafting supplies company Keuffel and Esser Co. became the last to produce these instruments.

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    Projects of the Week, July 9, 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-9-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-9-2018/#respond Mon, 09 Jul 2018 04:26:13 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14405 Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: MPC-BE Media Player Classic – BE is a free and open source ...

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    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

    MPC-BE

    Media Player Classic – BE is a free and open source audio and video player for Windows. Media Player Classic – BE is based on the original “Media Player Classic” project (Gabest) and “Media Player Classic Home Cinema” project (Casimir666), contains additional features and bug fixes.
    [ Download MPC-BE ]


    VoIP monitor

    VoIPmonitor is open source network packet sniffer with commercial frontend for SIP SKINNY MGCP RTP and RTCP VoIP protocols running on linux. VoIPmonitor is designed to analyze quality of VoIP call based on network parameters – delay variation and packet loss according to ITU-T G.107 E-model which predicts quality on MOS scale. Calls with all relevant statistics are saved to MySQL or ODBC database. Optionally each call can be saved to pcap file with either only SIP / SKINNY protocol or SIP/RTP/RTCP/T.38/udptl protocols. VoIPmonitor can also decode audio.
    [ Download VoIP monitor ]


    SQuirreL SQL Client

    SQuirreL SQL Client is a graphical SQL client written in Java that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands etc.
    [ Download SQuirreL SQL Client ]


    NAS4Free

    The NAS4Free operating system can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share computer data storage over a computer network. ‘NAS’ as in “Network-Attached Storage” and ‘4Free’ as in ‘Free and open source’, NAS4Free is the simplest and fastest way to create a centralized and easily-accessible server for all kind of data! NAS4Free supports sharing across Windows, Apple, and UNIX-like systems. It includes ZFS, Software RAID (0,1,5), disk encryption, S.M.A.R.T / email reports etc. with following protocols/services: CIFS/SMB (samba), Samba AD, FTP, NFS v4, TFTP, AFP, RSYNC, Unison, iSCSI, UPnP, Bittorent, Syncthing, VirtualBox and noVNC, Bridge, CARP (Common Address Redundancy Protocol) and HAST (Highly Available Storage). This all can easy be managed by a configurable webinterface.
    [ Download NAS4Free ]


    DxWnd

    Windows hooker – intercepts system calls to make fullscreen programs running in a window, to support a better compatibility, to enhance video modes and to stretch timing. It is typically very useful to run old windows games.
    [ Download DxWnd ]


    x64dbg

    An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows. Development is done on GitHub (https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg). Daily snapshots are uploaded here, snapshots for every commit can be found on http://releases.x64dbg.com
    [ Download x64dbg ]


    NAPS2 (Not Another PDF Scanner 2)

    Visit NAPS2’s home page at www.naps2.com. NAPS2 is a document scanning application with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Scan your documents from WIA- and TWAIN-compatible scanners, organize the pages as you like, and save them as PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, and other file formats. Requires .NET Framework 4.0 or higher. NAPS2 is currently available in over 30 different languages. Want to see NAPS2 in your preferred language? Help translate! See the wiki for more details. This is a fork of the NAPS project with many improvements.
    [ Download NAPS2 (Not Another PDF Scanner 2) ]


    PrathamOS

    A Bleeding Edge Stable Implementation, With State Of The Art UI Based On Modern Applied Ergonomics & Holistic Rolling Distribution Model, With Absolutely Latest 3300+ Core Packages & 75+ External Apps, Kernel 4.18+ & World’s Only LINUX With Voice Assist Based Fully Automated InBuilt Generic & Custom Install, Update & Upgrade Actions (ANAPMI). Comprehensive Application Stack To Cater Every Aspect Of Digital Experience & Every Segment Of Users. Extremely Oriented Towards Software Development Community With Support For All Major Language Platforms, Machine Learning & BigData Implementations. ==================== www.PrathamOS.com ==================== ====================================== YOUTUBE => http://bit.ly/PrathamOSChannel ====================================== *************************************************************** ADYAH (JUNE 2018) => www.PrathamOS.com/Adyah.html ***************************************************************
    [ Download PrathamOS ]


    OfficeFloor

    OfficeFloor provides method inversion of control. From this it provides a highly pluggable framework to build upon. For more information visit the OfficeFloor web site ( http://officefloor.net )
    [ Download OfficeFloor ]

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    July 2018, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Free Manga Downloader https://sourceforge.net/blog/july-2018-staff-pick-project-month-free-manga-downloader/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/july-2018-staff-pick-project-month-free-manga-downloader/#respond Fri, 06 Jul 2018 04:02:54 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14398 For our July “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Free Manga Downloader, an open source application written in Object-Pascal for managing and downloading manga from various ...

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    For our July “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Free Manga Downloader, an open source application written in Object-Pascal for managing and downloading manga from various websites.

    Free Manga Downloader supports more than 250 manga sites and is portable, pure native code — there’s no need to install .NET framework or Java VM. Its features include Filter and Favorites to easily find and sort manga, and it can compress/convert downloaded chapters to ZIP/CBZ/PDF.

    Free Manga Downloader has been nominated SourceForge Project of the Month several times in the past, and is also regularly featured as a SourceForge Project of the Week.

    [ Download Free Manga Downloader ]

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    Today in Tech – 1956 https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-4/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-july-4/#comments Wed, 04 Jul 2018 04:06:50 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14393 On this day in 1956 direct keyboard input was introduced on MIT’s Whirlwind, a vacuum tube computer developed for the U.S. Navy. The direct keyboard input method was ...

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    On this day in 1956 direct keyboard input was introduced on MIT’s Whirlwind, a vacuum tube computer developed for the U.S. Navy. The direct keyboard input method was revolutionary at the time since most programmers used punched cards, dials and switches to offer instructions to computers.

    The Whirlwind was also among the first digital electronic computers that operated in real-time for output, able to calculate in parallel rather than serial, and use magnetic core memory.

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    July 2018, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – dotOS 2.x – O https://sourceforge.net/blog/july-2018-community-choice-project-month-dotos-2-x-o/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/july-2018-community-choice-project-month-dotos-2-x-o/#comments Mon, 02 Jul 2018 04:20:24 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14381 For our July 2018 “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected dotOS 2.x – O, an Android Firmware based on Android Oreo. Founder and Head Developer ...

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    For our July 2018 “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected dotOS 2.x – O, an Android Firmware based on Android Oreo. Founder and Head Developer Mohan CM shared some thoughts about the project’s history, purpose, and direction.

    SourceForge (SF): Tell me about the dotOS project please.
    Mohan CM (MC): dotOS is a custom firmware which is highly optimised and with a properly designed User Interface. Basically a Custom Android OS.

    SF: What made you start this?
    MC: I was always passionate about Android and the things revolving around it. I became part of the Android Community in 2014 and will be an Integral part of it forever. With the time moving on, I gained some knowledge about Android things and the Core part of it. I wanted to bring something Unique and point out what other roms lack. We initiated this project to provide great user Experience and with the concern of bounding stability and performance.

    SF: Has the original vision been achieved?
    MC: I would say yes. We got a good response from our community and we are constantly improving and fixing things day by day.

    SF: Who can benefit the most from your project?
    MC: The Android community and the people who are likely to install custom roms. As they prefer custom roms over stock roms, they get full freedom to explore and customise their software to the fullest. It’s an open source project so that anybody can contribute to it and can make a build for their device.

    SF: What core need does dotOS fulfill?
    MC: Customisation at its core, simple and stable!

    SF: What’s the best way to get the most out of using dotOS?
    MC: Bringing the new things and maintaining the source as stable.

    SF: Have you found that more frequent releases helps build up your community of users?
    MC: Yes. We started with the strategy of releasing on a weekly basis, although we have Jenkins server, which automatically compiles builds in that respective manner. This helps us to get valuable reviews, bug reports for sorting out issues.

    SF: What was the first big thing that happened for your project?
    MC: Amazing UI experience and Android P styled features.

    SF: What helped make that happen?
    MC: Ofc, our dedication, commitment and passion towards Android brought us to achieve something. Most credit goes to my community and my teammates. They helped me in an awe-inspiring manner. Most of the things went right, because of my team!

    SF: How has SourceForge and its tools helped your project reach that success?
    MC: Sourceforge is one of the backbone of dotos, a means of hosting our builds.
    Whatever devices we maintain officially and support by our project, all those builds are pushed to Sourceforge as it provides the best mirrors, all over the world.

    SF: What is the next big thing for dotOS?
    MC: Better UI experience and Android P styled features and more importance in maintaining source stability.

    SF: How long do you think that will take?
    MC: Until the release of android p officially by Google. We have a plan to work and maintain source up to date.

    SF: Do you have the resources you need to make that happen?
    MC: We had, now due to some issues we don’t have a dedicated server to maintain Gerrit and Jenkins 🙁 We need a dedicated server.

    SF: If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently for dotOS?
    MC: Nothing substantially. But will maintain in better manner and extend support to acquire more devices.

    SF: Is there anything else we should know?
    MC: If you help us in providing direct links for our project (only for ota update app), that would be appreciated. Outsiders will download through SF site and mirrors only.

    [ Download dotos-2-x ]

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    Projects of the Week, July 2, 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-2-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-july-2-2018/#respond Mon, 02 Jul 2018 04:16:51 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14386 Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Apache OpenOffice Extensions The official catalog of Apache OpenOffice extensions. You’ll find ...

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    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

    Apache OpenOffice Extensions

    The official catalog of Apache OpenOffice extensions. You’ll find extensions ranging from dictionaries to tools to import PDF files and to connect with external databases. Extensions can improve your productivity, and are easy to use.
    [ Download Apache OpenOffice Extensions ]


    Zabbix

    Zabbix is an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring solution designed to monitor and track performance and availability of network servers, devices and other IT resources. It supports distributed and WEB monitoring, auto-discovery, and more. An enterprise-class distributed monitoring solution for networks & apps
    [ Download Zabbix ]


    Octave-Forge

    Octave-Forge is a central location for collaborative development of packages for GNU Octave. The Octave-Forge packages expand Octave’s core functionality by providing field specific features via Octave’s package system. See https://octave.sourceforge.io/packages.php for a list of all available packages. GNU Octave is a high-level interpreted language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation. Octave is normally used through its interactive command line interface, but it can also be used to write non-interactive programs. The Octave language is quite similar to Matlab so that most programs are easily portable. Refer to https://www.octave.org for more information.
    [ Download Octave-Forge ]


    usm

    Usm is a unified slackware package manager that handles automatic dependency resolution. It unifies various package repositories including slackware, slacky, ponce, salix and alien. It also supports slackbuilds.org and will build from source.
    [ Download usm ]


    Bootleggers ROM

    Bootleggers is an open source ROM with the intention of bring you the best and useful features and apps to make you feel like 家.
    [ Download Bootleggers ROM ]


    BluestarLinux

    Bluestar Linux is an Arch Linux-based distribution, built with an understanding that people want and need a solid Operating System that provides a breadth of functionality and ease of use without sacrificing aesthetics. Bluestar is offered in three edtions – desktop, deskpro and developer – each tailored to address the needs of a variety of Linux users. Bluestar can be installed permanently as a robust and fully configurable operating system on a laptop or desktop system, or it can be run effectively as a live installer and supports the addition of persistent storage for those who choose not to perform a permanent installation. A Bluestar Linux software respository is also maintained in order to provide additional tools and applications when needed or requested. Bluestar provides the following features: Up-to-date Kernel Wide Variety of Applications – Always Current Versions Full Development / Desktop / Multimedia Environment
    [ Download BluestarLinux ]


    Hibernate

    Hibernate is an Object/Relational Mapper tool. It’s very popular among Java applications and implements the Java Persistence API. Hibernate ORM enables developers to more easily write applications whose data outlives the application process. As an Object/Relational Mapping (ORM) framework, Hibernate is concerned with data persistence as it applies to relational databases (via JDBC).
    [ Download Hibernate ]


    FlightGear – Flight Simulator

    Founded in 1997, FlightGear is developed by a worldwide group of volunteers, brought together by a shared ambition to create the most realistic flight simulator possible that is free to use, modify and distribute. FlightGear is used all over the world by desktop flight simulator enthusiasts, for research in universities and for interactive exhibits in museums. FlightGear features more than 400 aircraft, a worldwide scenery database, a multi-player environment, detailed sky modelling, a flexible and open aircraft modelling system, varied networking options, multiple display support, a powerful scripting language and an open architecture. Best of all, being open-source, the simulator is owned by the community and everyone is encouraged to contribute.
    [ Download FlightGear – Flight Simulator ]


    DisplayCAL

    DisplayCAL (formerly known as dispcalGUI) is a graphical user interface for the display calibration and profiling tools of Argyll CMS, an open source color management system. Calibrate and characterize your display devices using one of the many supported measurement instruments, with support for multi-display setups and a variety of available settings like customizable whitepoint, luminance, tone response curve as well as the option to create accurate look-up-table ICC profiles as well as some proprietary 3D LUT formats. Check the accuracy of profiles and 3D LUTs via measurements.
    [ Download DisplayCAL ]

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    Today in Tech – 1994 https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-june-29/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-june-29/#respond Fri, 29 Jun 2018 04:24:08 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14377 On this day in 1994, a physics student at the University of Wisconsin River Falls shared an idea. The dominant PC operating system at the time was Microsoft’s ...

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    On this day in 1994, a physics student at the University of Wisconsin River Falls shared an idea. The dominant PC operating system at the time was Microsoft’s MS-DOS, yet Microsoft had announced that the next version of Windows would mean the end of MS-DOS. In response, Jim Hall posted a new project on the comp.os.msdos.apps discussion group on Usenet:

    Announcing the first effort to produce a PD-DOS. I have written up a
    “manifest” describing the goals of such a project and an outline of
    the work, as well as a “task list” that shows exactly what needs to be
    written. I’ll post those here, and let discussion follow.

    That “public domain DOS” or PD-DOS idea quickly became popular, and developers from around the world began contributing source code. The project changed its name to FreeDOS weeks later, and released its first Alpha release a few months after that, in September 1994.

    The FreeDOS Project has been partially hosted at SourceForge since 2000, including source code, bug tracker, email lists, and wiki.

    Today, the FreeDOS Project turns 24 years old. That’s a long time for any open source software project. Congratulations on this anniversary!

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    Projects of the Week, June 25, 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-june-25-2018/ https://sourceforge.net/blog/projects-week-june-25-2018/#respond Mon, 25 Jun 2018 04:36:11 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14370 Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows Free open source application emulates Windows ...

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    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

    The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows

    Free open source application emulates Windows mouse clicks EXTREMELY QUICKLY, at hardware speed limit, due to arrayed SendInput(). Supports command line and the clicking parameters auto-save. The only program utilizes fine tricks in SendInput() system call with arrays of 100-1000 mouse events, interleaved by precisely calibrated Sleep(). I have rewritten this program inspired by the currently obsolete project “Fast Mouse Clicker” by xytor. This program solves the following end-user problems: – How can I click faster? – How can I use mouse from my keyboard in Windows? – How do I make my mouse click automatically? – What is butterfly clicking? *NEW* Command line support: TheFastestMouseClicker.exe -c <clicks/s> -t -s -m {p|t} -b {l|m|r}. See Features below. *NEW* Auto-save all the clicking parameters. *NEW* Reset to defaults button. Formerly “The Windows Intel Fastest Mouse Clicker”.
    [ Download The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows ]


    LMS plugins

    LMS is an open source multi-room audio system. It was created by SlimDevices and then acquired by Logitech. Although Logitech has ended development of hardware devices, the project is still very active with lots of plugin released regularly. New hardware players can be added using PI devices and DAC board to build high-quality multi-room. I’ve created some extra plugins, especially to include new standard hardware/players to the LMS ecosystem: UPnP/DLNA (Sonos), ChromeCast and AirPlay.
    [ Download LMS plugins ]


    MSM-Xtended

    ***We have moved from Cardinal and starting from zero as “MSM Xtended or MSM-X”. The Base is GZOSP and thus Special Thanks to @martinusbe & Team GZR for the same.***
    [ Download MSM-Xtended ]


    Otter Browser

    [ Download Otter Browser ]


    Freeplane

    Application for Mind Mapping, Knowledge Management, Project Management. Develop, organize and communicate your ideas and knowledge in the most effective way.
    [ Download Freeplane ]


    deepin

    deepin is a distribution that aims to provide an elegant, user-friendly, and stable operating system.
    [ Download deepin ]


    MIUI AM ROM

    [ Download MIUI AM ROM ]


    Nagios Core

    Nagios network monitoring software is a powerful, enterprise-class host, server, application, and network monitoring tools. Designed to be fast, flexible, and rock-solid stable. Nagios runs on *NIX hosts and can monitor Windows, Linux/Unix/BSD, Netware, and network devices.
    [ Download Nagios Core ]


    DocFetcher

    DocFetcher is an Open Source desktop search application: It allows you to search the contents of files on your computer. — You can think of it as Google for your local files. The application runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
    [ Download DocFetcher ]

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    “Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – August 2018 https://sourceforge.net/blog/community-choice-project-month-vote-august-2018/ Fri, 22 Jun 2018 04:13:05 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14373 The vote for August 2018 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until July 15, 2018 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, ...

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    The vote for August 2018 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until July 15, 2018 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, please visit the link above. Votes left in the comments section of this blog post will not be counted.


    The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows

    Free open source application emulates Windows mouse clicks EXTREMELY QUICKLY, at hardware speed limit, due to arrayed SendInput(). Supports command line and the clicking parameters auto-save. The only program utilizes fine tricks in SendInput() system call with arrays of 100-1000 mouse events, interleaved by precisely calibrated Sleep(). I have rewritten this program inspired by the currently obsolete project “Fast Mouse Clicker” by xytor. This program solves the following end-user problems: – How can I click faster? – How can I use mouse from my keyboard in Windows? – How do I make my mouse click automatically? – What is butterfly clicking? *NEW* Command line support: TheFastestMouseClicker.exe -c <clicks/s> -t -s -m {p|t} -b {l|m|r}. See Features below. *NEW* Auto-save all the clicking parameters. *NEW* Reset to defaults button. Formerly “The Windows Intel Fastest Mouse Clicker”.
    [ Download The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows ]


    vJoy

    This project was originally designed to provide an open-source replacement for PPJoy. The product, at this point, consists of virtual joystick devices that is seen by the system as a standard joystick but its position-data is written to it by a feeder application. An existing feeder application that takes advantage of this product is SmartPropoPlus. If you are an application writer you can very easily write an application that controls a joystick (e.g. mouse-to-joystick, keyboard-to-joystick). If you are a beginner in device drivers you can take this code and enhance it to support more (or less) axes, buttons or POVs.
    [ Download vJoy ]


    avidemux

    Edit your avi, mpeg and nuv. Process audio and video. Cut.
    [ Download avidemux ]


    Double Commander

    Double Commander is a cross platform open source file manager with two panels side by side. It is inspired by Total Commander and features some new ideas.
    [ Download Double Commander ]


    LMS plugins

    LMS is an open source multi-room audio system. It was created by SlimDevices and then acquired by Logitech. Although Logitech has ended development of hardware devices, the project is still very active with lots of plugin released regularly. New hardware players can be added using PI devices and DAC board to build high-quality multi-room. I’ve created some extra plugins, especially to include new standard hardware/players to the LMS ecosystem: UPnP/DLNA (Sonos), ChromeCast and AirPlay.
    [ Download LMS plugins ]


    nitrogen-project

    [ Download nitrogen-project ]


    Peace Equalizer, interface Equalizer APO

    Peace equalizer is a Windows PC interface for Equalizer APO http://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo by Jonas Thedering, and besides an equalizer on your Windows PC, Peace has an effects panel for balance, crossfeeding, delay, etc., a graph window and much more. In short: Peace is an equalizer and audio mixer for all your PC software on any Windows version from Vista to 10. Your configuration (e.g. EQ, preset, profile) can be saved and activated again by 1 click, hotkey, tray or desktop shotcut. Note: Your virus scanner may detect a virus in Peace.exe or PeaceSetup.exe. This is a false positive, more info on the forum. Install by running downloaded PeaceSetup.exe. YouTubers: Please mention Peace Equalizer in your video description. Many thanks to my reviewers and supporters. They’ve helped making the Peace equalizer to a great app. For issues on virus scanners and their false positives go to the Wiki.
    [ Download Peace Equalizer, interface Equalizer APO ]


    ReactOS

    ReactOS is an open source effort to develop a quality operating system that is compatible with applications and drivers written for the Microsoft Windows NT family of operating systems (NT4, 2000, XP, 2003).
    [ Download ReactOS ]


    FedBerry

    FedBerry is a Fedora Remix specifically built for use with Raspberry Pi® 2/3 Model B computers. The major differences between Fedora arm releases as compared to FedBerry releases are: • The use of our own custom kernels (using the Raspberry Pi foundation’s bcm2709 kernel port). • The use of Raspberry Pi foundation’s own bootloader (ie. we don’t use uboot). • The use of swap files in lieu of swap partitions. • tmpfs is enabled but size limited to 100M. • The root partition is automatically expanded on first boot. • Various RPi specific applications / software are included by default. • To facilitate optional headless booting, a default root password is set in the ‘minimal’ release. For further information on FedBerry releases please visit fedberry.org or https://github.com/fedberry/fedberry.
    [ Download FedBerry ]

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    Today in Tech – 1950 https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-june-20/ Wed, 20 Jun 2018 04:04:37 +0000 https://sourceforge.net/blog/?p=14354 On this day in 1950 the SEAC or Standards Eastern Automatic Computer was dedicated by its makers, the U.S. National Bureau of Standards (NBS). Initially known as the ...

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    On this day in 1950 the SEAC or Standards Eastern Automatic Computer was dedicated by its makers, the U.S. National Bureau of Standards (NBS). Initially known as the National Bureau of Standards Interim Computer, the SEAC was originally designed to be built quickly and for temporary use while the NBS waited on more powerful computers to be completed.

    The SEAC had 747 vacuum tubes that were later expanded to 1,500 tubes, and 10,500 germanium diodes later expanded to 16,000 diodes. It was able to perform all logic functions and was the first computer to do so with solid state devices. It was also the first stored-program computer to be completed in the U.S.

    The SEAC was dedicated in Washington and used for testing components and systems for setting computer standards.

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  • Macworld https://www.macworld.com en-us Mon, 23 Jul 2018 07:05:04 -0700 Mon, 23 Jul 2018 07:05:04 -0700 Get a five-port wall charger with a USB-C connection for $20 with this code Mon, 23 Jul 2018 06:45:00 -0700 Ian Paul Ian Paul

    When you’ve got to charge a whole stack of devices at once, all those cords can get messy—and that’s if you have enough wall adapters to do it. Today, Amazon's got a great deal on a handy charger that makes powering multiple devices a breeze. You can get a 60 watt RavPower charger with five ports, including one USB-C, for $20 with the code RAVPKK59. That’s $10 off the charger’s list price of $30.

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    In a past article, I wrote about solving photo orientation problems that sometimes result when importing images. But that offered advice about fixing the rotation or other orientation issues before you imported into Photos.

    How do you fix the orientation of a photo after you've imported it into Photos? The fix can be done in Photos for iOS and macOS, and if you’re using iCloud Photo Library, the change will percolate through all your connected devices. (iCloud.com has no option to rotate photos.)

    How to rotate a photo in Photos for Mac

    In Photos for macOS to rotate by 90-degree increments:

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    MacBook Pro Thunderbolt 3 adapter guide: How to connect an iPhone, display, hard drive, and more Sun, 22 Jul 2018 15:30:00 -0700 Roman Loyola Roman Loyola

    The new MacBook Pro comes with two or four external ports, depending on the model you pick. But those ports are only of one type: Thunderbolt 3, which is compatible with USB-C.

    But you probably have devices that use USB-A, Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2, DisplayPort, HDMI, or something else. How do you connect these devices? With an adapter.

    If you’re planning to buy a new MacBook Pro, make sure you set aside a considerable amount of cash for the adapters you need. Apple doesn’t include any in the box, except for a power adapter.

    Your best bet is to get a combination dock, like the Satechi Slim Aluminum Type-C Multi-Port Adapter ($60 on Amazon). It connects to the MacBook Pro via USB-C, and includes a USB-C pass-through port, two USB 3.0 ports, and an HDMI port with 4K (30Hz) support. With this, you don’t have to carry around multiple adapters.

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    Apple has rightly received a slap on the hands from European regulators and… wait, it was Google? That can’t be right.

    Writing for Bloomberg, Leonid Bershidsky says “Apple Deserves an EU Fine, Too.”

    Sure. Why not? Heck why not give it two? Seems like two oughta do it. Three is not out of consideration. Four seems like a little much, but The Macalope would be willing to entertain serious arguments. Five is right out.

    (What are we talking about?)

    Google isn’t the only tech giant with anticompetitive practices.

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    There’s been a lot of talk about the Core i9 processor in the new MacBook Pro, and not in a good way. YouTuber Dave Lee shared his experience with CPU throttling on the Core i9 MacBook Pro, and soon after others shared how they also similar performance hits.

    In this video, I talk with Gordon Mah Ung, CPU expert for our sister publication, PCWorld. We talk about the CPU throttling, what could be causing it, and what does it mean for users and anyone thinking about buying a Core i9 laptop.

    Regrettably, high-end benchmarking was not part of our review of the Core i9 MacBook Pro. So we’ve started to run several benchmarks for ourselves to see what happens when you push the laptop’s performance.

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    The Data Transfer Project’s big-name support won’t matter without the biggest one: Apple Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:50:00 -0700 Michael Simon Michael Simon Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft have teamed on the Data Transfer Project, a new, secure way to let users share their files and photos between online services. But where's Apple? https://www.pcworld.com/article/3290947/privacy/data-transfer-project-apple.html#tk.rss_all Privacy Cloud & Services Grab two Lightning cables for just $10 today Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:09:00 -0700 Leif Johnson Leif Johnson

    It’s always a good idea to have a couple of extra Lightning cables on hand, but sometimes we get scared away by the insane prices they tend to go for. Today, though, Monoprice is letting you buy two six-foot MFi Certified Lighting Cables (in black or white) for just $10 if you enter the code SDXY at checkout. You can also pick up two black or white 10-foot Lighting cables for just $12 with the code SDYZ.

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    This 4-port USB hub is just $3.50 today, $4.50 off list Fri, 20 Jul 2018 07:59:00 -0700 Alexandria Haslam Alexandria Haslam

    Everyone needs a USB hub, especially if your laptop is lacking in the ports department. Unitek's portable USB 3.0 4-port high speed hub can help, and today it's just $3.50 using the code WDIE5BZU. That's a sharp discount from its $8 list price.

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    How to restore a deleted shared album in Photos Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:00:00 -0700 Glenn Fleishman Glenn Fleishman

    iCloud Photo Sharing lets you create albums from your images and videos and then share them to invited parties, or create a link that anyone can access. It’s a great way to leverage your existing photo libraries without having to set up sharing on other services.

    However, Macworld reader Grace ran into one of the downsides: if you delete a shared album, there’s no way to restore it. MacOS and iOS warn you when you try to delete, noting that the shared album will be deleted from all your linked accounts and all of those with whom you shared photos. But once you confirm, poof! It’s gone.

    mac911 delete shared album IDG

    After you confirm deleting a shared album, you cannot restore it.

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    Best video doorbell: Nest vs. Ring vs. August and all the rest Fri, 20 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Martyn Williams Martyn Williams Video doorbells maintain a continuous watch over the most important part of your property but which one is best? We take a look at the field. https://www.techhive.com/article/3277467/home-tech/best-video-doorbells.html#tk.rss_all Home Tech Cameras Surveillance Connected Home Nanoleaf Remote review: The smartest d12 on the block Fri, 20 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Christopher Null Christopher Null This avant-garde approach to smart home control needs refinement. https://www.techhive.com/article/3290367/lighting/nanoleaf-remote-review-the-smartest-d12-on-the-block.html#tk.rss_all Lighting Connected Home Home Tech Apple: Don’t default on default apps Fri, 20 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Dan Moren Dan Moren

    Since the earliest days of iOS, Apple has kept tight control on its users’ relationship with apps. The very first iPhone, of course, only shipped with a dozen or so preinstalled software programs: you couldn’t add more, you couldn’t delete the ones you had.

    Over the years, Apple has loosened those strictures a bit. First you could add new third-party apps. Later, developers were even able to create and sell software that competed with some of those default options. More recently, you’ve even been able to delete some of those built-in apps. (Adios, Stocks!)

    But more than a few restrictions have remained nonetheless. Most obviously, the prohibition on installing software from anyplace other than the company’s own App Store. I don’t take particular issue with that; the prevalence of malware and security breaches these days means you can’t be too careful, and Apple’s approach has had proven merit.

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    HP's Sprocket Photo Printer makes easy, fun snapshots and has a $40 discount today Thu, 19 Jul 2018 07:46:00 -0700 Alexandria Haslam Alexandria Haslam

    The HP Sprocket Photo Printer is a cute, easy way to print out memories from your phone instantly. Right now the HP Sprocket is on sale for $90 in the blue version, its lowest price ever on Amazon and a steep discount from its $130 list price.

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    Is your Mac showing random black boxes in photos? Here’s the fix Thu, 19 Jul 2018 05:00:00 -0700 Glenn Fleishman Glenn Fleishman

    Here's a problem that could cause a panic. Macworld reader Cil has been seeing seeing black squares in their photos at random locations and often in different places. It not only appeared on screen, which was bad enough, but when exporting to create a photo book, a black square appeared in one of those.

    mac911 black boxes on photos gpu Macworld reader Cil

    An example of the randomly appearing black boxes our reader sees.

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    This one weird pricing trick: Why an iPhone might cost less Thu, 19 Jul 2018 04:00:00 -0700 The Macalope The Macalope

    Get ready to learn a shocking new fact about pricing! You will truly be astounded.

    Writing for the Forbes contributor network and burlap underwear outlet, Gordon Kelly says the “New iPhone Leak Exposes Apple's Nasty Surprise.” (Tip o’ the antlers to Alberto.)

    If you’re not familiar with Kelly’s work, don’t get incensed at the use of “Nasty Surprise.” For him it’s a tic, like the Comic Book Guy calling everything “Worst ever!” or Voldemort using “Avada Kedavra” all the time.

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    Shinola Canfield Pro review: These in-ear headphones deliver stylish looks, but mediocre sound Thu, 19 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Theo Nicolakis Theo Nicolakis Slick style and outstanding build quality can't make up for sonic shortcomings. https://www.techhive.com/article/3290352/headphones/shinola-canfield-pro-review.html#tk.rss_all Headphones iPods Consumer Electronics Streaming video DVR explained Thu, 19 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Jared Newman Jared Newman We're often asked whether there's a DVR for streaming video services. The answer is complicated. https://www.techhive.com/article/3291278/streaming-services/streaming-video-dvr-explained.html#tk.rss_all Streaming Services Home Theater Cloud & Services The best paid Apple Watch apps of 2018 Thu, 19 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Michael Simon, Leif Johnson Michael Simon, Leif Johnson

    Apple Watch might have started as device wholly dependent on your phone, but it's transformed into one that can function all day on its own. However, just like your iPhone, you won't get the most out of your Apple Watch until you fill it up with apps. Here are 10 of our favorite paid apps you need to have on your Apple Watch.

    Outcast ($0.99)

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    Apple is finally providing proper podcasts support in watchOS 5, but if you want more than the basics, we recommend giving Outcast a look (and a listen). Designed specifically for Apple Watch (in fact, the companion iPhone app is merely instructions on how to use the Apple Watch app), its simple, elegant interface lets you stream all of your favorite shows with simple controls, excellent search, and playlist support. It's one of the few podcast apps that let you do more than merely stream the episode that's playing on your phone, and even with an official Podcasts app coming from Apple, we think Outcast is worth your buck.

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    iOS 12: Apple makes fourth beta release available to public Wed, 18 Jul 2018 12:29:00 -0700 Susie Ochs, Roman Loyola Susie Ochs, Roman Loyola

    Updated 07/18/18: Apple has released the fourth beta to the public, a day after it was released to developers.

    Apple both sets trends and chases them, and iOS 12, unveiled Monday at the WWDC keynote, is no exception. With this release, Apple is focusing on performance improvements and enhancements, even for older devices. The company is also making important changes to augmented reality that will enable new experiences; improving Siri, FaceTime, and the Photos app to catch up to the competition; and adding new features like personalized Memoji and weekly reports about how you’re using your device.

    iOS 12 will be a free update for all users this fall, and it’s supported by every device that runs iOS 11, all the way back to the iPhone 5s released in 2013. Here’s a rundown of the biggest improvements in iOS 12.

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    TaoTronics Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones are $25 off today Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:33:00 -0700 Alexandria Haslam Alexandria Haslam

    Today, TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones are on sale for $45 with the code 4TVHMY2G, down from a list price of $70.

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    Snag last year's 128GB 9.7-inch iPad for $80 off at Walmart Wed, 18 Jul 2018 08:47:00 -0700 Leif Johnson Leif Johnson

    We’re big fans of the 2018 9.7-inch iPad, but last year’s model is no slouch, either—particularly if you have no plans to use the newly supported Apple Pencil. If you’d like to have a roomier model while saving some cash, Walmart is selling the 2017 128GB 9.7-inch iPad with Wi-Fi for just $349, down from the list price of $429.

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    Chase away the post-Prime Day blues with these two awesome smart home deals Wed, 18 Jul 2018 06:48:00 -0700 Ian Paul Ian Paul

    Amazon’s Prime Day may be over, but all the discounts are not. So if you missed out on any of the smart home deals over the past 36 hours, we've got two more for you.

    The first is the Lutron Caseat Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch Starter Kit for $120 on Amazon. We've seem this bundle hit this all-time low a few times before, but it hasn't budged from its $160 MSRP since February, so this is a great time to grab it. In the box you get the two dimmer switches, two pico remotes, and a smart bridge, and they're certified to work with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant..

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    Apple 15-inch 2.9GHz MacBook Pro review: A laptop that pro app users will love Wed, 18 Jul 2018 04:00:00 -0700 Roman Loyola Roman Loyola

    Editor's note: we are investigating the performance issues brought up with the Core i9 processor. We will update our review as soon as we can.

    Since its introduction in 2016, the MacBook Pro as we know it today has produced mixed reactions from its users. People love the combination of size, weight, and performance. But there are legitimate issues that make people hesitate or even regret buying a MacBook Pro: keyboard problems, the need to find ways to work with its Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports, a low RAM ceiling.

    With the 2018 MacBook Pro, Apple has addressed some of those issues. And if you’re lamenting that I didn’t say all of those issues, well, there are some things that, in an effort to move towards a particular technological ideal, Apple won’t change. But as a whole, the 2018 MacBook Pro is a better laptop than its 2017 predecessor, and a vast improvement over the 2016 model.

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    How today’s Apple has thrown out its old rulebook Wed, 18 Jul 2018 03:00:00 -0700 Jason Snell Jason Snell

    When Steve Jobs came back to Apple in 1997, he didn’t like what he saw, so he set about changing the corporate culture. A decade later, one proof of his success was the fact that the company seemed to follow a rulebook, largely behaving with a consistency that allowed those of us who covered the company to react to wild rumors with phrases like “Apple wouldn’t do that” or “that’s not how Apple does things.”

    But in the years following Jobs’s death (and the departure of some other Jobs-era executives), Apple has continued to evolve—and in many cases, it’s torn up the old rulebook. A lot of the changes strike me as being for the better. I feel like after Steve laid down the law in the late 1990s, some policies and decisions were never really reconsidered until the Tim Cook era got into full swing.

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    Macworld's August Digital Magazine: First look at iOS 12 and macOS Mojave Tue, 17 Jul 2018 17:09:00 -0700 Macworld Staff Macworld Staff

    Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of information can be a constant challenge. One solution: the Macworld digital magazine. 

    In the August issue

    This month we have our first look at iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, including everything you need to know about the new OSes and all of the best features to keep an eye out for. Take a peak into the future to see our vision of the Mac in 2020 and find out why the announcements that Apple didn’t make at WWDC might be more important than the ones they did.

    Also in this month’s issue:

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    MacOS Mojave: Apple releases third public beta Tue, 17 Jul 2018 14:32:00 -0700 Roman Loyola Roman Loyola

    Apple next major revision to its Macintosh operating system is called macOS Mojave. The company revealed the update at its 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and it features several user interface improvements to make the experience on the Mac better.

    In this FAQ, we’ll give you the general details on macOS Mojave: When it will be release, what Macs are compatible, etc. We’ll add more details to this article as they become available.

    Updated 7/17/18: Apple on Tuesday released the third public beta of macOS Mojave. 

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    MacBook Pro: Features, specifications, and prices for Apple’s high-end laptop Tue, 17 Jul 2018 12:00:00 -0700 Roman Loyola Roman Loyola

    The MacBook Pro is Apple’s top-of-the-line laptop. It offers top-notch performance for demanding users who need processing power and are willing to spend top dollar for it.

    The current version of the MacBook Pro was released in July 2018. The new laptops have the same design as the previous version, but the laptops feature new processors that provide a speed boost. Learn more about the MacBook Pro by reading about its main features below.

    Processor, memory, graphics, and SSDs

    The MacBook Pro uses Intel’s Coffee Lake processors. Coffee Lake is Intel’s eighth-generation processor, and it replaces the seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors that were in the previous MacBook Pro.

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    Best home security camera: Keep an eye on the home front Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:50:00 -0700 Michael Ansaldo Michael Ansaldo A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you. https://www.techhive.com/article/2998898/security-cameras/best-home-security-camera.html#tk.rss_all Cameras Hubs and Controllers Connected Home Home Automation Security Home Tech Holiday Gift Guide Surveillance Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 tech deals for students Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:44:00 -0700 Dieter Holger, Leif Johnson Dieter Holger, Leif Johnson Here are the best Amazon Prime Day deals for tech obsessed students heading to school. https://www.pcworld.com/article/3290281/consumer-electronics/best-amazon-prime-day-back-to-school-tech-deals.html#tk.rss_all Consumer Electronics

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