Interesting Linux News for the Day – December 2, 2011

Google’s Android 4.0 ported to x86 processors
Samsung Releases Another Apple Store Commercial For The Samsung Galaxy S II
Verizon Says They Aren’t Using Carrier IQ, But Do They?
CM7 Ported To The Kindle Fire
HP Could Switch To Android For Mobile Operating System
Get an Early Peek at Ubuntu Linux 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’
Lawmaker calls for FTC probe into Carrier IQ (Reuters)
RIM loses half a billion dollars due to unsold and discounted PlayBooks (Digital Trends)
Carriers, Smartphone Manufacturers Respond to Carrier IQ Scandal (ContributorNetwork)
G’day mate, and welcome to Androidland (Appolicious)
30 percent of iPhone 4S owners paid the iPhone 4 early termination fee (Digital Trends)
Carrier IQ is BYOD kiss of death — urgent action required
Australian court extends Galaxy Tab ban; Unlikely to reach Christmas markets
Samsung, Android retain U.S. lead; iPhone 4S launch barely dented market
Intel says Android 4.0 for smartphones, tablets ready
First Alpha of Ubuntu 12.04 Arrives: Precise Pangolin
The Strange Birth and Long Life of Unix
Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 6
GNOME Shell Extensions Site Enters Alpha; One Ups Unity?
Verizon shows off DROID 4, Xyboard tablets
Android steals BlackBerry share, Samsung top vendor in new comScore report
Wikileaks founder says all smartphones can be hacked with ease
Wikileak’s Assange warns of Apple iTunes spy portal

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