Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 30, 2011

Hackers jailbreak RIM’s PlayBook (Reuters) App installed on millions of phones secretly records all activity (Digital Trends) Android is big in Asia: games return to South Korea (Appolicious) Why America Doesn’t Need More Tech Giants Like Apple Android Dev Demonstrates CarrierIQ Phone Logging Software On Video Maybe Apple haters come around with a new leader … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 17, 2011

Amazon releases Kindle Fire source code, devs figure out how to install Android Market Kobo Vox unboxing and hands-on (video) Ubuntu 12.04 Development update Desura for Linux Is Finally Released Report: Amazon to follow up tablet with smartphone next year Desura Game Distribution Service Releases On Linux Android sees nearly 500% increase in malware since … [Read more…]

Dell Donates to Fight Cancer

OK, this is only marginally Linux related, but I can’t help myself. Dell has recently announced that they will be donating funding, employee time, and cloud technology to help in the fight against Pediatric Cancer. This is a great cause Dell. You deserve kudos for your efforts. Also, your choice of institutions couldn’t be better. The Translational … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 10, 2011

HP Delays WebOS Decision Life with the world’s geekiest watch Amazon quietly acquires Yap in clear bid to combat Siri Xv6: A Simple Unix-like Teaching Operating System PlayBook dropping to $199 in Staples Black Friday deal? Sprint says tablets need voice to succeed Google and Barnes & Noble get serious about Android patent lawsuits HTC … [Read more…]