LG encouraging app development for IR by making loaner devices availableview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – LG would really like to “inspire some great new apps” from developers that capitalize on the infrared remote sensor capabilities of their devices. To help bring that about, LG is making loaner devices available to programmers that want to work with LG’s new QRemote SDK in making those apps a reality. (IT news)

TeamViewer launches beta of TeamViewer 9view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – If you need to access a desktop or server computer from your Android device, you may be interested in news that TeamViewer has launched a beta version of TeamViewer 9, the next version of their remote control and online meeting software. This latest version includes a Wake-on-LAN function giving users the ability to turn on remote computers over the internet. (IT news)

pgs4a touchscreen performance - python, pygame, on Android with pygame subset for androidview story

http://stackoverflow.com – My python / pygame application performance will decrease when I put my finger on the touchscreen of my Android phone or tablet. I would like to press and hold a virtual joystick and move a character around the screen. when press and hold a button, my character will slow down. I can get around this by making the game "tap and release" to hit each direction on the virtual onscreen joystick. (HowTos)

Digg Gives Videos Prime Placement With New Digg Video Siteview story

http://techcrunch.com – Digg, a service devoted to helping users find and share the most interesting content around the web, has now more formally expanded into video, the company announced today. With the launch of Digg Video, Digg will break out the most popular video content found online, giving it its own high-level section on Digg.com. (IT news)

How do I bring back my files?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I just opened up ubuntu 12.04, and my toolbar was gone, as well as the launcher. I fixed this by resetting unity, but now all applications I had previously are gone, including the terminal. Anything I do manage to open doesn't have an icon on the launcher, but if you scroll over where it's supposed to be, you get the tool tip (as in, they're invisible). (HowTos)

Aiming at Office, Google Bundles QuickOffice in Android KitKatview story

https://www.linux.com – At a steady clip, Google has been transforming both the Chrome browser and the Android mobile operating system into platforms that can compete directly with Microsoft's. (Software)

Splash Page on join Free Wifi then once every hour for 5 secondsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am using Ubuntu 12 and squid 3.19 (or so, I know it's below 3.2) I am trying to setup a splash screen for all users for 5 seconds then once an hour every 5 seconds. First I need to get the splash to work at all. I have tried probably 10 configurations I have found on the web and I have only been able to get the IP of the page I want shown to show up two times in my browser. (HowTos)

PCH International's Highway 1 Is Looking For A Few Good Hardware Startupsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Highway 1, an incubator/accelerator run by Brady Forrest and underwritten by electronics powerhouse PCH International, is beginning its Spring Applications process and will close applications after TC's Hardware Battlefield in Las Vegas. “Our goal remains the same: to teach startups how to be hardware companies,” said Forrest. (IT news)

Archos Unveils Its Newest 10-inch Tab, The 101 XS 2view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Archos just announced its newest 10-inch tab to hit their new Gen 11 range of devices.  The device is sitting pretty with a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 res display and takes a design que from the HTC One by implementing front facing speakers. (IT news)

Ubuntu Studio 13.10view story

http://desktoplinuxreviews.com – I’ve been reviewing a lot of Ubuntu spins lately, and they’ve all been differentiated by their desktop environments. This time around though I decided to take a look at Ubuntu Studio 13.10, a distro that is geared towards multimedia work. Ubuntu Studio comes with loads of multimedia software that will help you create and manage all kinds of content. (Distributions)