Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 24, 2011

Motorola confirms Gingerbread for Droid X, Droid Pro, Droid 2, and Droid 2 Global The Architecture of Open Source Applications Android tablets won’t take off without any killer apps (Appolicious) eComStation 2.1 Released Linus Torvalds Considering End To Linux 2.6 Series Ballmer: ‘next generation of Windows systems’ coming next year Microsoft’s Ballmer says next-gen Windows … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 23, 2011

Why Android Fans Annoy IPhone Users (ContributorNetwork) Xi3 ChromiumPC: First desktop PC to run Google Chrome OS due in July Linux Desktop Summit Program Announced Why You Shouldn't Panic Over Mac Malware More Details On The Droid 3 IBM Now Officially Worth More Than Microsoft Microsoft Phones Sales Don’t Look To Good In 1st Quarter … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 22, 2011

Enterprise app stores arrive; IT departments nonplussed The Folks At XDA Have Done It Again: Hacked Netflix Working On Most Devices Motorola DROID X2 hands-on Apple Mac Sales Surge in Enterprise Market (PC Magazine) HTC Evo 3D, View 4G available for pre-order at Sprint Android Explainer Series: Android expert tips for rooting, speed and gaming … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 21, 2011

Verizon ‘PlayStation Phone’ Unlikely to Lure Gamers Away from iPhone (ContributorNetwork) Gingerbread is lurking inside your Honeycomb tablet What’s New in Linux 2.6.39 Android Assault on iPhone Market Continues (NewsFactor) Apple: an 'App Store' Is Not a Store For Apps Apple Enacts ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’-Policy for Mac Malware MeeGo 1.2 lands for netbooks and … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 20, 2011

LG Revolution Side by Side Comparision HTC’S Plans For The Tablet Market Verizon’s Motorola DROID X2 now available for $199.99 AppleCare Reps Told To Skirt Malware Questions Linux-Friendly Alternatives To Skype Red Hat Pushes Out Enterprise Linux 6.1 NEC’s dual-screen LifeTouch W tablet shipping in Japan this June Linux 2.6.39 Released GNOME Discusses Becoming a … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 18, 2011

AT&T sideloading officially a go, designed to allow Amazon Appstore downloads Can a Windows Home Server user find happiness with a Drobo? JavaScript: Now powerful enough to run Linux Researchers Find Android Security Vulnerability (NewsFactor) Unannounced Samsung ‘Hercules’ headed to T-Mobile, bearing demigod-like specs? AT&T finally opens up Android phones to third-party applications LG Revolution … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 17, 2011

Select AT&T Android devices may get app sideloading as early as today As the Mac gets targeted by malware, the PC gets safer NVIDIA blames everyone (except NVIDIA) for lackluster Android tablet sales Amazon prepping dual-core ‘Coyote’ and quad-core ‘Hollywood’ tablets for 2011 Microsoft To Support CentOS Linux In Hyper-V Samsung finally pushing Gingerbread to … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 15, 2011

Microsoft-approved tool fixes your ‘walshed’ Windows Phone, helps you get official updates once more Ubuntu Switches To OpenStack For Cloud Android Explainer Series: Best Android smartphones and devices from AT&T (Appolicious) Analyst: New iPhone to Have More Bling, But Not Much (PC World) Verizon’s Samsung DROID Charge now available CNET’s got your Android coverage right … [Read more…]