UK-based company Wileyfox launches 2 smartphones, with Android-based Cyanogen OS pre-installed. Both mid-range smartphones have decent specifications at a reasonable price.
Project MrRobot is an Ubuntu Mobile app with voice, touch and shake control to interact with the (arduino based) Rapiro robot, running on a Raspberry Pi.
The developers of the lightweight desktop environment Enlightenment (used in various Linux distributions) announced their 0.19.9 release. Enlightenment 0.19.9 has some improvements, like the addition of more icon sizes to the systray component.
A new development release of Wine, version 1.7.50 is available for download now. This release brings us various improvements and bug fixes, like a new version of the Gecko engine based on Firefox 40 and support for OpenMP on ARM…
Because of recently discovered security flaws, OpenSSH 7.1 is released, just one and a half week after version 7.0. So you can consider this as a bugfix release.
About a week ago the Kali Linux (live) distribution version 2.0 was released, now Offensive Security – the company behind Kali Linux – has published so-called Docker images of Kali Linux 2.0, which lets you run it on any platform.
In a security notice Ubuntu creator Canonical warns users to upgrade the OpenSSH-server in the Ubuntu distributions 12.04 LT – 15.04, because of a few of OpenSSH vulnerabilities that have been found.
Clonezilla Live version 2.4.2-41 has been released. Clonezilla Live now supports PXE Booting via Network Interface Card, together with other improvements and fixes.
Finally Google confirmed what the “M” of the latest Android version (6.0) means; it stands for Marshmallow. The last and final version of the Android M developer preview has just been released, together with the Android 6.0 SDK.
Google and network equipment manufacturer TP-Link announced the user-friendly OnHub WiFi router. This router runs Gentoo Linux and is AC compatible.