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Leaked: Ubuntu-powered Tablet Spotted in China?

Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth has been claiming that the developers working on the Ubuntu Linux distribution have been busy smoothing out the rough edges of multitouch support for the OS, and this latest leak reported by Giz-China seems to confirm that fact. Apparently, an unnamed slate PC loaded with the

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In Soviet Russia, MeeGo Handsets Run Atom

In all truthfulness, that may not have been the most politically-correct way of describing a headline. But it just so happened that this particular news tidbit hails right from the country of the joke's origin. Apparently, Intel was over at Moscow for a press event, and one of the devices

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Canonical releases Ubuntu 10.10 on October 10

If it is an easy-to-use Linux distribution that you are looking for, look no further than Canonical's Ubuntu. The popular Linux distribution has just recently announced its latest version, 10.10 (which is also known as Maverick Meerkat), which claims several improvements over its predecessor, 10.04 LTS (or Lucid Lynx). Read

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Broadcom Releases Open Drivers For Linux

It seems like the WiFi-related woes of most Linux users have finally been addressed with Broadcom's latest move. Apparently, the company has announced in a mailing list that an open-source driver will be provided to support some of its WiFi chipsets found in many OEM PCs and notebooks. Read on

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Mandriva S.A may be up for sale

It seems like it may be a gloomy day for the Linux community; Mandriva, the company which produces and sells the Mandriva Linux distribution, is reportedly seeking a buyer due to financial problems. Read on to find out more. (more…)

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