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Did Brendan Eich do the right thing by resigning as Mozilla’s CEO?

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April 4, 2014
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In case you haven’t been following it, there’s been rather an ugly controversy involving Mozilla’s (now former) CEO Brendan Eich. It turns out that he made a donation back in 2008 in support of Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. As you might imagine this sparked a passionate debate about whether or...
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Amazon’s Fire TV could scorch rivals

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April 3, 2014
Amazon Fire TV

Amazon has finally released its long-rumored TV product, officially dubbed the Fire TV. It looks like it has been built along the lines of Apple TV and other similar products, but it also offers apps and games, and even a game controller. While I’m  not surprised about the release of the Fire TV, I...
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Chromebook sales skyrocket! Watch out Microsoft!

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April 2, 2014
Chromebook sales skyrocket! Watch out Microsoft!

Microsoft should be very, very worried. Chromebooks have become the stealth success of the computing world in the last couple of years. Who would have thought that cloud-powered laptops, with relatively low hardware specs would come out of nowhere and begin selling in the millions? Richi Jennings, a blogger at Computerworld, has a good...
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Who cares about Windows versus Linux?

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April 1, 2014
Who cares about Windows versus Linux?

Platform wars are as old as computing itself, but they never seem to really die off and go away, they just morph into new ones as technology itself changes. Linux.com takes a look at the classic Windows versus Linux battle, and why the Windows advocates make themselves look silly by bashing Linux. While I...
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Unity 8: Canonical wisely makes Amazon links opt-in

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March 31, 2014
Canonical makes Amazon links opt-in in Unity 8

The inclusion of Amazon product links in Unity caused a major firestorm a while back, with some users quite angry that Canonical had included them by default in Ubuntu. OMG! Ubuntu! reports that Canonical has finally backtracked on this decision and will soon make them opt-in instead in Unity 8. But were the Amazon...
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Do distrohoppers have too many choices?

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March 28, 2014
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Distrohopping can be an immense amount of fun as a Linux user switches distributions frequently to try to find that elusive “best distro of all.” Everyday Linux User thinks that distrohoppers might be suffering from what can be termed “cable television syndrome.” While I think this is a possibility, I also think the advantages...
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Valve’s amazing Steam Controller

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September 28, 2013
Valve’s amazing Steam Controller

Valve announced the Steam Controller for its Steam OS devices today. And this sucker looks great! The Steam Controller is designed to work with all Steam games, even older games. It comes with two trackpads, and includes haptic feedback. The Steam Controller is hackable too. We set out with a singular goal: bring the...
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Microsoft Windows 10: Great news for Linux!

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September 2, 2013
Microsoft Windows 10: Great news for Linux!

Rumors are swirling that Windows 10 will be based in the cloud; this is fantastic news for Linux! Xbit has details about what Microsoft might be planning, based on purported leaks of a Windows roadmap posted by a user called WZOR (a source of previous Microsoft leaks). As always take these kinds of rumors...
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Tons of new games coming to Linux via Steam

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August 31, 2013
Tons of new games coming to Linux via Steam

Many New Games Coming to Linux on Steam The folks at Steam have greenlit a huge batch of games, and many will be supporting Linux! This is great news for Linux gamers, we’re living in an amazing time. Remember when there were very, very few games available for Linux? Steam is changing that, we’re...
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Fedora 19 preview

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April 23, 2013
Fedora 19 preview

An alpha version of Fedora 19 has been released, so it’s a good time to take a sneak peek at what Fedora 19 will have to offer users. As always you should note that alpha releases like Fedora 19 should be considered for testing purposes and fun only. You should not rely on it...
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