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- Google: Numbers favor Android over iPhone
The Open Road: "And according to Google VP Andy Rubin, the more the search giant blankets the industry with competing Android-droid based mobile handsets, the more likely Google is to hit its expected value of market dominance over Apple's iPhone."
- Osmos For GNU/Linux Has Been Released !
Linux Gaming News: "After a short testing beta Osmos from Hemisphere Games has finally arrived to GNU/Linux ! Osmos only costs $10 so you cannot afford not to buy it !"
- aTunes - Full-featured audio player and manager
Ubuntu Geek: "aTunes is a full-featured audio player and manager, developed in Java programming language, so it can be executed on different platforms: Windows, Linux and Unix-like systems"
- Would you dump Facebook?
Dissociated Press: "I love the concept, hate the execution. I've written about that before. Facebook encourages the kind of bad netiquette it's taken years to drum out of people. "Oh, I like this page and look - it has a 'forward to all my friends' button.""
- The Next Big Fight: Facebook vs. Firefox?
Computerworld UK: "The big announcements by Facebook last week have started alarm bells ringing around the Net. Here's the kind of thing that is sending shivers down many people's spines:"
- Microsoft says Android infringes its patents - HTC pays up.
Engadget: "Microsoft believes that elements from both the user interface and the underlying operating system are in violation of its rights."
- Linux on 4KB-sector disks: Practical advice
IBM Developerworks: "Summary: Starting in December 2009, hard disk manufacturers began introducing disks that use 4096-byte sectors rather than the more common 512-byte sectors."
- Question: Why switch to Linux or a Mac?
Sure, It's Secure: "I'm no friend to Windows. I know the operating system too well to trust it. But, I did think that even though Windows is defective by design, you could keep it relatively safe by installing patches quickly and using anti-virus software religiously. I was wrong."
- Novell claims to have hit 5,000 Linux app jackpot
SiliconRepublic: "Network software giant Novell has claimed it is the first Linux vendor to achieve 5,000 certified ISV applications and has increased its Linux market share against Red Hat, according to IDC."
- HTC Sells Out to Microsoft (Microsoft �Android Tax')
Tech Rights: "Summary: Microsoft's racketeering is formally reaching Android and Microsoft is extorting some more companies behind the scenes, based on its latest statements"
- Linux audio explained
TechRadar: "There's a problem with the state of Linux audio, and it's not that it doesn't always work. The issue is that it's overcomplicated."
- Terry Childs Found Guilty In SF Computer Tampering Trial
SF Examiner: "A city employee who hoarded the pass code of a major San Francisco computer network was found guilty Tuesday of blocking city officials from access"
- Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape
LinuxInsider: "As a file manager, Gnome Commander has the look and feel of early workhorses like Norton Commander and Midnight Commander."
- Red Hat Extends Linux Subscriptions to Cloud Computing
ServerWatch: "Linux vendor Red Hat today is unveiling a new program dubbed Red Hat Cloud Access through which current Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscribers can leverage their existing support subscriptions for cloud deployments."
- AMD Unleashes Six-Core Desktop CPU
Hardware Central: "AMD today announced the availability of a new six-core desktop processor and platform to accompany it, which includes a new chipset and support for hobbyists who like to tweak their processors to the limits of their heat sink and warranty."
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