Month: אוֹקְטוֹבֶּר 2016

NoNotifications Indicator 0.9 Released With New Features

NoNotifications is an Ubuntu indicator for temporarily suppressing NotifyOSD (which is used by Unity) notifications. This can be useful for presentations, when working, וכולי, to prevent unwanted notifications. The indicator was completely rewritten recently, bringing some new features. With the new version, there’s an

Desktop Gmail Client `WMail` 2.0.0 Stable Released

WMail is a free, open source desktop client for Gmail and Google Inbox, זמין עבור לינוקס, Windows, and Mac. The application is a wrapper for Gmail / Google Inbox with unlimited account support, on top of which it adds features such as native desktop notifications (notification

SpaceView: Ubuntu File System Usage Indicator

SpaceView is an Ubuntu indicator which displays the file system usage, created as a response to an AskUbuntu question. The AppIndicator displays a list of devices in its menu, and clicking on any of them sets it as default, displaying its free space directly on the

Intel debuts Atom E3900 Series for IoT

  The processor has been developed to offer greater power and stability Intel has announced its latest range of Atom Processors, designed specifically to bring IoT devices to life and power automotive experiences. The Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series uses 14-nanometer silicon technology to ensure it

Was Mirai malware behind Dyn DDoS attack?

  IoT-powered malware may have caused Twitter, Spotify & Reddit outage Mirai, the botnet malware that was made open source at the beginning of this month, was allegedly behind the DDoS attack that took out Twitter, Github and Spotify, among others, on Friday. The attack, איזה…

Intel Haswell chips open to malware flaw

  The vulnerability applies to Haswell chips installed in Linux, Windows, Android and iOS Researchers from the universities of Binghamton and California claim to have found that Intel Haswell microprocessors running on Linux, Windows, Android and Apple’s iOS and MacOS have a vulnerability that could leave