Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 12, 2011

Tablet competition grows (week in review) Is the Nokia-Microsoft deal a prelude to a merger? Nokia: Symbian to ‘help Microsoft go downscale’ Nokia, Microsoft becoming Windows Phone bedfellows – CNET (blog) Open source guru Miguel de Icaza “psyched” about Microsoft/Nokia deal – Network World Nokia will be able to customize ‘everything’ in Windows Phone 7, … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 8, 2011

Motorola Droid Bionic in FCC? (update: or Xoom?) PlayStation phone arrives! Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Super Bowl ad (Digital Trends) Sprint needs to push device envelope: Is a dual-screen Android the cure? If it’s really priced at $800, Motorola’s Xoom won’t stand a chance against iPad USB Autorun Attacks Against Linux Android Market’s Web Store: … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 7, 2011

Android Assistant app maximizes your phone’s performance (Appolicious) The new Debian Linux: Irrelevant? HTC Desire 2 picture leaked, also shows up in Vodafone’s inventory Android gaining as enterprises ramp up mobile app development across platforms and business models Debian 6.0 Released Samsung Bringing Back Black Jack With Android? Debian 6.0 Released In GNU/Linux, FreeBSD Flavors … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 6, 2011

Blogger releases Android smartphone app XDA Developer Gets CM7 Running On Galaxy Tab Enabling Voice Calls- Eary Build Motorola’s new 15 seconds of anti-Apple 1984 ad Brooklyn bus riders get real-time bus tracking via cellphone Google's Cr-48 netbook now surfing on AT&T's GSM network (after a gentle hack) Half of Verizon Smartphone Owners Say They’ll … [Read more…]

Linux and the Command Line

In this day and age, pretty much anything in Linux can be done from the GUI. That being said, the command line holds such tremendous power that it really shouldn’t be ignored. If you’re not familiar with the Linux command line, and you have a Linux box that you can use, I’d highly recommend familiarizing … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 5, 2011

T-Mobile details “3D-capable,” Honeycomb-powered G-Slate tablet (Ben Patterson) Larry Page to demo Android Honeycomb 3.0 (Appolicious) Why Mobile Platform Wars Are Keeping Content Strategies in Flux (Mashable) Google puts iPad in the crosshairs (AFP) Google launches Android Market for the Web, shows off Honeycomb (Ben Patterson) Google preps Honeycomb and in-app purchases, launches browser-based Market … [Read more…]