A software application developed for use on Apple’s original iPad device as well as later iPads like the iPad 2 and iPad 3. iPad apps are available through the Apple App Store and are designed to run on Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, which powers the iPad as well as Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
While many iPad apps will run on all iOS devices, there are also numerous native iPad apps that will only operate on these devices. Apple also encourages developers to program their own iPad apps for download through the App Store and has released an SDK with sample code projects to help developers get started.
- Mint GNOME Shell Extensions (MGSE)
Mint GNOME Shell Extensions (MGSE) is a desktop layer for the Linux Mint Linux-based operating system that “sits on top” of the GNOME 3 desktop environment and delivers an interface that is more familiar to users of GNOME 2 as well as to users of previous Linux Mint distribution releases. MGSE users have the option […]
- GNOME 3
A desktop graphics environment for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. Released in April 2011, GNOME 3 served as a major update for the GNOME project and was the first major release in nine years. While GNOME 3 advanced the GNOME project considerably in terms of technology and new features, the overall look and feel […]
- Cloud Host -
A cloud host is a server that provides hosting services, frequently Web hosting, to customers via multiple connected servers that comprise a cloud. Whereas standalone servers and virtual servers typically present customers with limited scalability options and the potential for service disruption, a cloud host can provide customers with seamless scalability, increased accessibility, superior reliability […]
A desktop graphics environment for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. Cinnamon is a fork of the GNOME 3 desktop environment that features a traditional layout similar to GNOME 2 but with GNOME 3’s more modern technology and newer features. The mission of Cinnamon is to provide users with an “easy to use and comfortable […]
- Ubuntu Variants
The Ubuntu Linux-based operating system (OS) has spawned a number of official and non-official variants that generally differ from the main Ubuntu release in one or two small, but very specific, ways. Some of the more prominent Ubuntu variants include Kubuntu: Ubuntu with KDE as the graphical desktop instead of Gnome Macbuntu: Ubuntu with a […]