Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 8, 2011

Windows OS Coming To the Mainframe Never Before Seen: IBM Marries Mainframes and Windows HTC Edge to lead the smartphone pack with quad-core CPU, optically-laminated display and unibody design Nokia N9’s first Update Rolling Out Amazon and Barnes & Noble may put the brakes to Android hacking Consumer Reports recommends iPhone 4S, rates 4G Android … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 5, 2011

Nook Tablet Rumors Do Little to Address Content Issue (ContributorNetwork) Upcoming Kindle, Xoom, Nook Tablets Compared (ContributorNetwork) Unity Bliss: An Alternative Application Lens for Ubuntu Amazon reportedly tweaks Kindle Fire roadmap, next tablet to feature 8.9-inch display Apple iPhone takes 52% of third quarter industry profits (Digital Trends) Survey: Android phones increasing share in US, … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 4, 2011

HP Pre 3 death not exaggerated, FCC autopsy reveals Verizon life that never was Factbox: HTC Rezound Price, Release Date, Specs Compared (ContributorNetwork) Next Kindle Fire may have an 8.9-inch screen (Digital Trends) Clarification: Samsung, not Apple, subject to EU probe Ubuntu 12.04 Disc Size Increased To 750MB When iPhone’s Siri takes the day off … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 3, 2011

ASUS Transformer Prime, disassembled: NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 sees daylight Android hardware fails more than iPhone, BlackBerry; repairs cost carriers $2 billion Linux Heavyweights Develop Secure Boot Strategy Apple’s Android fragmentation, Kindle Fire case: Does the argument hold up? HTC Rezound shows off its Vigor with leaked press shots, Beats Audio demo, HD video samples … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – November 2, 2011

Verizon Original Galaxy Tab Owners To Get Gingerbread Windows 7 has overtaken Windows XP, claims StatCounter – WindowsForDevices Windows 7 continues to roll as XP fades away Windows kernel ‘zero-day’ found in Duqu attack Microsoft’s Courier and infighting in the name of innovation Will the real Android flagship phone please stand up? (Ask Maggie) Will … [Read more…]