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New Linux Malware Surges, Surpassing Android

Linux malware is skyrocketing and now surpasses both macOS and Android, according to a new report. Learn more here.
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Best Music Players for Android in 2022

Android is the widely used OS in smartphones, and several music player apps are available on app stores. Best music players for Android in 2022 are discussed.

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5 Best Volume Booster Apps for Android

This article listed the best 5 volume booster apps. The maximum volume of any device can be increased using the volume booster apps described in this list.

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How to Install Metasploit Framework on Android Using Termux

Metasploit is one of the essential tools that every penetration tester should have. Learn how to install Metasploit on Android using Termux here.
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Best Nintendo 64 (N64) Emulators for Android in 2022

In 2022, Android users can play their beloved Nintendo 64 games using several excellent emulators. This is a discussion about the Best Nintendo (64) Emulators.

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How to Install Android Studio on Ubuntu

Android Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Android mobile app development. Learn to install Android Studio on Ubuntu here.
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How to Install and Run Android Apps on Ubuntu using Anbox

Anbox (Android in a Box) is a free, open-source Android emulator for Linux. Learn how to install and run Android apps on Ubuntu using Anbox here.
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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft SwiftKey

Microsoft SwiftKey is a virtual keyboard app originally for Android and iOS devices. What are the best free and open source alternatives to Microsoft SwiftKey?
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The January 2022 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the January 2022 issue. In the January 2022 issue: Paul’s 2021 Holiday Gift GuideGIMP Tutorial: Create A Rubber Stamp Text Effect IDAD 2021: Counteracting Disney+’s Attack On Culture U.K. Proposal To ‘Bcc’ Law Enforcement On Messaging Apps Threatens Global Privacy What Google Found To […]

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How to Manage Flatpak Permissions Graphically Using Flatseal

Flatseal is a GUI utility app that enables you to review, modify, and manage Flatpak permissions graphically. If you are familiar with managing app permissions on an Android device, then this will not be a new concept to you. Learn more here.
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Microsoft Launches Open Tools to Measure Performance

Microsoft’s launching products for Linux is no longer a novelty. The Redmond giant took a real turn of the wheel with the release of .NET and has even dared to develop its own distributions. More recently, the company has published as Open Source…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 14th, 2021

This has been yet another great week with cool Linux news, starting with Valve’s SteamOS 3.0, which will be available for download after Steam Deck’s launch in February 2022, and continuing with the latest Raspberry Pi OS release based on Debian Bullseye. On top of that, I take a look at an unofficial LineageOS build […]

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Android Mirror Tool ‘Scrcpy’ Gains New Features, New Icon

Scrcpy is a super-useful Android mirroring tool for desktop PCs. The tool gains physical keyboards simulation and a high-res app icon in the latest update.
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Create Your Own Linux, Android, & iOS Apps with LiveCode

LiveCode is a programming language that allows everybody to code and create large applications easily. LiveCode is a simple, high-level, English-like programming language that is dynamically typed. Learn how to use LiveCode to create your own Linux, An…

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How to Install Firefox 93 in Linux Desktop

Firefox 93 was officially released for all major OS, including Linux, Mac OSX, Windows, and Android. The binary package is now available for download for Linux (POSIX) systems with brand new features. Learn about the new release here.
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Introduced PinePhone Pro Linux Smartphone, Shipped with KDE Plasma Mobile

Community Pine64, engaged in the creation of open devices, presented the smartphone PinePhone Pro, the preparation of which was taken into account the experience of the production of the first model PinePhone and customer feedback. The main goal of the project has not changed, and the PinePhone Pro continues to be positioned as a device […]

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Google Plans to Use Regular Linux Kernel for Android

Google plans to change the process of preparing the Linux kernel for Android. Currently, before the kernel is ready for use on the target Android device, a number of actions are performed on it.
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Android 12 Source Code Has Been Published in AOSP

Google has announced the release of the source code Android 12 under the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). This means that the company has kicked off the new version of the popular mobile operating system, which in the coming months should begin to r…

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Android advances towards its convergence with the general branch of Linux

Google has been looking for ways to make it easier to maintain Android, the operating system that governs the vast majority of active smartphones. To do this, the search giant has been working for years to adjust the Android kernel to the official Linux branch, causing third-party drivers to be installed through a mechanism called […]

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Google Will Move to Develop Innovations for Android in the Main Linux Kernel

At the last Linux Plumbers 2021 conference, Google spoke about the success of the initiative to move the Android platform to use a regular Linux kernel instead of using its own version of the kernel, which includes changes specific to the Android platf…

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