If Linux was a car (Hater’s edition)

Originally posted on October 23, 2011 by Michael Hall on Michael Hall’s Blog. There have been several humorous variations of the “If Linux was a car…” theme, but a recent rant against Linux made me wonder, what would the stereotypical hater’s opinion be on our modern automobiles?  Here is how I imagine it would go: I’m giving up on cars. … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 22, 2011

Android Tablets Not Selling as Well as Claimed (ContributorNetwork) Timeline: Steve Jobs’ Vendetta Against Android (ContributorNetwork) Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound (still) bound for Verizon on November 10th, Droid RAZR bumped to October? Opinion: Android-iPhone war leaves the door open for Mango (Digital Trends) Is Android a stolen product? Five Alternative Terminal Emulator Apps for Ubuntu … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 20, 2011

As Ubuntu Linux Turns 7, ‘Precise Pangolin’ Planning Begins Android 4.0 ‘still not strong enough’ to compete with iPad, vendors fear Behind the glass: a detailed tour inside the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Nokia Sabre brandished ahead of launch, expected to unveil its Mango of steel next week? Android Ice Cream Sandwich: The complete FAQ PlayStation … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 14, 2011

LibreOffice Coming to the Web, Android and iOS Samsung Galaxy Nexus appears in Verizon system, could land November 3rd Motorola Xoom Rebranded As “Family Edition” Available October 16th For $380 Developer does the math: only 3.4 million Honeycomb tablets in the wild? Dutch court refuses to ban iPhone, iPad sales (AP) RIP: Dennis Ritchie, Creator … [Read more…]