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How To Install Brave Browser On Linux

Brave is a web browser that blocks virtually all internet advertisements and instead, replaces them with a sustainable way to pay for content. Each website you visit, Brave pays for what you would for the viewing of advertisements. To be

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China Wants to Only Make Electric Cars

The climate is changing for the worse, and it’s pretty obvious that it’s scientifically our fault. So it’s up to all of us to try and reverse the environmental damage. But that takes […] The post China Wants to Only

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How To Install KDE Plasma Mobile Linux On Nexus 5 And 5X

If you’re a diehard open source advocate, you’ve probably got a huge list of why you dislike Android. And you’ve probably tried for years to find a good, open alternative. Sadly, projects like Ubuntu touch, Firefox OS and Sailfish have

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Have An Awesome Night In With This Best Tabletop Games Gift Guide

Everyone loves board games and tabletop games, but too often there are so many out there that it’s hard to choose one to play. Which ones should you buy on your own or […] The post Have An Awesome Night

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Petroleum Pellets Could Make New Pipelines Unnecessary

For years, the oil industry has relied on pipelines. According to their estimates, around 11.3 billion barrels of petroleum move through pipelines in the United States every year. It’s a lot more efficient […] The post Petroleum Pellets Could Make

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6 Linux USB Tools To Fix Your PC

If you ask a Linux user what Linux is good for, they’ll tell you quite a bit. They’ll tell you that Linux is perfect for aging PC’s. For those who don’t rely on operating specific software, to save money, and

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Hacker Group Dragonfly Takes Aim at US Power Grid

Cyber attacks are on the rise. That much should be obvious to even casual followers of tech news. But a new type of attack is on the rise — those targeting power grid […] The post Hacker Group Dragonfly Takes

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How To Improve Fonts On Linux

Let’s be honest for a second: when it comes to fonts, Linux doesn’t do it very well. Sure, the community, distro makers, and programmers work very hard to make text look good. Despite that, of the big three operating systems,

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HTT Gets Thumbs Up to Build India’s First Hyperloop

Next stop on the Hyperloop: India. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) and the Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (APEDB) have inked a deal to bring high-speed transport to the Asian country. The proposed route […] The post HTT Gets Thumbs Up

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How To Install Raspbian On Raspberry Pi

Have a Raspberry Pi and not sure what to do with it? Consider installing Raspbian: the Linux operating system for Pi devices, with a Debian base. It is the only operating system specifically designed for Pi devices. In this tutorial, we’ll

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How To Host An FTP Server On Linux

It’s hard to believe, but in 2017, FTP still remains one of the most reliable ways of transferring large files from one place to another on the internet. Many experts have turned to other solutions (like Syncing/Bittorrent and NFS), but

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This Google Scientist Learned an Interesting Way to Teach Neural Networks

Artificial intelligence is as trippy as it gets when it comes to thinking about how machines “think.” But what about when you consider how machines teach and learn from each other? That’s something […] The post This Google Scientist Learned

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The Best Documentaries On Netflix Streaming

Documentary films often have a hard time at the box office. It’s tough for the typically low-budget productions to break through the Hollywood blockade, no matter how compelling a story they tell. But […] The post The Best Documentaries On

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‘Doctor Who’ Comic Crossover Kicks Off With ‘Alpha’ Issue

Only when the fabric of the universe is threatened; when the laws of time, space, and all of reality start to break: Only on those dire days should different incarnations of the Doctor […] The post ‘Doctor Who’ Comic Crossover

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Force Friday II is Here With BoxLunch Exclusives

It feels like yesterday that we were clamoring to get our first looks at the new upcoming Force Awakens figures. Well, today is Force Friday II (September 1st) and it is going to be one […] The post Force Friday II is

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How To Install Software From The Arch Linux User Repository

One of Arch Linux’s greatest strengths is it’s powerful, user-powered repository. With it, users can upload their own packages. As a result, Arch Linux enjoys some of the best software availability on Linux. Since there is growing interest in Arch AUR,

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You Won’t Believe How Many Lego Pieces It Takes To Build The New UCS Millennium Falcon

Han once famously told Luke “She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid.” Well, the new Lego Millennium Falcon does look like much. More much than any […] The post You Won’t Believe How

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How To Find Software On Obscure Linux Distributions

It’s rather difficult to find software on obscure Linux distributions but there are quite a few different ways to remedy this problem. The first (and arguably best) solution is to supplement missing apps you need with portable, executable apps instead. These

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GTA Online’s New Battle Royale Mode is Basically PUBG

For years, Rockstar’s open-world crime sim satire Grand Theft Auto has been one of the most successful video game franchises of all time. It has sold tens of millions of copies to adults […] The post GTA Online’s New Battle

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How To Add Third Party Repositories And RPMs In Fedora

Using Fedora means accepting that third party software on Linux that you use on a daily basis will never be included by default. This is inconvenient, but not the end of the world. That’s because there are some great services

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