Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

[Bitwig] The Platform-Independent DAW Is Out NOW

One of the most promising tools of the last view years – the platform independent DAW Bitwig Studio has eventually been released yesterday. It is available for MacOS, Windows and Linux. Bitwig is a Berlin based company, originally founded by former Ableton developers. The relation to Ableton is something that put the expectations of Bitwig […]

[DVB-S2] Tips & Tricks for the Cloud IBox II

  Abstract The Cloud Ibox II is a cheap affordable satellite receiver running Linux. It is priced between 90 and 130€. It features: 2 x USB (although the case shows otherwise, it seems this is 1x USB 1.0 and 1 x USB 2.0) Ethernet connection DVB-S2 tuner 1 x card reader linux based dreambox plugin […]

[Namm2014] Bitwig Studio Release Date Confirmed

Bitwig‘s press division just released the official release date for Bitwig Studio: March 26, 2014… It looks like Bitwig Studio will be available from the very beginning aswell for Windows, as for Mac, as for Linux. Bitwig Studio will be supported by devices from Novation, Nektar and Livid Instruments… More news to come soon… // […]

[MacOS] Codeweavers To Give Away CrossOver For Free On Oct, 31st

Codeweavers do it again. The company behind the commercial version of Wine named CrossOver will be giving away free copies of it again. On Wednesday October, 31st, everybody can get a free copy of CrossOver with 12mths support. CrossOver is an emulation layer for MacOS X and Linux. In contrast to virtualization solutions like VMWare, […]

[Internal] Greetings to California :-)

Checking the site’s current access statistics shows a kinda interesting result: many unique visitors come from California (as half as much as are coming from whole Germany). We wanna take the time to say thanks from Berlin, guys ;-)

[Muzaq] Bitwig Prepping To Launch Beta of Bitwig Studio Soon

The Berlin based company Bitwig has eventually presented some details about their upcoming music software BitwigStudio. Bitwig Studio is targeting at professional and semi-professional musicians for producing and using live. Features in Version 1.0 In addition to what people would expect like VST support, there seem to be some groundbreaking new features to be coming […]

[MacOS] Codeweavers’ Crossover Now With Civilization 5 Support

Wine based Crossover 9.2 now brings Civilization 5 support to the Mac and Linux. Crossover runs flawlessly with Civilization under Snow Leopard and with some minor flaws under Leopard. Prices Crossover Standard (incl. updates for 6mths): 37€ Crossover Professional (incl. updates for 12 mths and incl. Crossover Games) : 64€ Aspyr will release a native […]

[Slate] Leaked Photos of Dell’s Slate Called “Streak”

Engadget got their hands on internal documents and photos by Dell describing their upcoming slate product line. They’re gonna be Android based with 7″ and 10″ display sizes. Dell’s slate line leaked on Engadget…

[WePad] iPad Competitor WePad To Come in Summer

Berlin based Company Neofonie now presented their latest high-tech gadget called WePad. The We Pad will be cheaper than the iPad. The WePad will be Adobe Flash enabled. Tech Specs Intel Atom CPU N450 (1,66GHz) Multitouch display 11,6″ with 1,366 x 768 pixels Bluetooth 2.1 WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n Camera for Videochats 6hours runtime 2 x USB […]

[PS3] GeoHot Reenables “Other OS” (Linux) Support

What happened so far? GeoHot has had a reverse-engineerer’s look into Sony’s high tech gadget and Sony immediately declared war. Obviously in panic, Sony announced to deactivate Linux (Other-OS) support with their latest firmware 3.21. This was the time when people were wondering how long it would take until GeoHot would reenable it. The magic […]