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Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise


The latest edition of Simplicity Linux, version 15.4, recently became available for download. Simplicity Linux delivers just what its name suggests: It is a simpler way to run a fully powered Linux desktop on any computer you touch. Simplicity lets you carry your entire desktop, favorite installed applications, and complete collection of documents and files in your pocket everywhere you go.
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The Rampant, Risky Babbling of Android Apps


Eurecom researchers recently developed an Android app that can monitor the network traffic of other apps to alert users of suspicious or malicious activity. With more than 1.2 million applications in the Google Play store, there are multiple programs for performing a particular task. That can make choosing an app a chore for users, they noted in a report released last month.
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Re: How to Manage Your Android Device From Your PC 2  sarathink   2015-05-25 19:55:00 
Re: Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise 2  weaser200   2015-05-22 18:09:15 
Re: How to Back Up Data on Your Android Smartphone 5  sarathink   2015-05-11 00:12:19 
Re: FOSSers Puzzle Over Significance of Open Source .Net Core 2  kiwilightweight   2015-05-05 03:09:18 
Re: FocusWriter Rich in Features, Poor in Some Important Ones 2  chipschap   2015-05-04 15:23:52 
Re: SuperX OS Greases the Classic Linux Wheel 3  crabbos   2015-04-20 23:03:20 
Re: Did VMware Flout Open Source License Terms? 2  pongidae   2015-04-13 10:20:36 
Re: Bodacious Bodhi Broadens Linux Desktop 2  bobblestiltskin   2015-03-30 04:02:55 
Re: Evolve OS Is a Clean and Light Work in Progress 2  dsuden   2015-03-21 05:56:06 
Re: Q4OS Is a Bare-Bones Business Tool 3  jafcobend   2015-03-19 08:36:02 
Re: Pearl OS Could Be a Gem in the Making 3  jymm   2015-02-28 03:31:14 
Re: HandBrake Video Transcoder Gets a Grip on Linux 3  jdsax   2015-02-06 08:37:23 
Re: Mobile Database Management's Coming of Age 2  SteveGraves   2015-02-06 08:23:13 
Re: RoboLinux Smooths the Linux Migration Path 2  ozfossil   2015-02-03 05:50:07 
Re: Zenwalk Linux - A Walk on the Quirky Side 3  lucius   2015-01-25 21:58:34 
Re: From the Blogosphere With Love: A FOSSy Farewell 3  hairyfeet   2015-01-23 16:53:58 
Re: Adobe Opens Lightroom's Door to Android 3  GlenBr   2015-01-20 07:38:23 
Re: Linuxy Hopes and Dreams for an Inferno-Free 2015 3  hairyfeet   2015-01-19 16:57:51 
Re: The Curious Case of the Disappearing Distros 13  hairyfeet   2015-01-19 16:52:15 
Re: ClipIt: Even a Humble Clipboard Can Benefit From Whistles and Bells 2  Winstonchurchill   2015-01-17 15:30:21 

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