Interesting Linux News for the Day – December 4, 2011

Apple Denied Injunction Against Samsung In U.S.
Gingerbread Now On 50% Of Android Devices
U.S. court denies Apple’s bid to halt Samsung sales; Patent infringement ‘still likely’
On consumer PCs, crapware is still a performance-sapping nuisance
Apple and Oranges: Apple’s tablet design suggestions
GNOME 3 Gets New Extension Website
[How To] Customise Unity like Never Before
Ubuntu Mobile Phone Concepts
Want to Tweak GNOME 3? There’s a Site for That
Android Design Preview simplifies app mockups, developers’ lives (video)
Verizon apps crash the Galaxy Nexus party, are quickly shown the door
Samsung’s two-faced SCH-W999 Android plays the dual core, dual SIM game
Apple’s request to block Samsung Galaxy tablet, phone sales in the US is denied
10 Linux Distros Every IT Manager Should Know – eWeek
Motorola Droid Bionic Now Has Alpha Ice Cream Sandwich ROM
Samsung can sell disputed devices in US, for now (AP)
Judge Denies Apple Preliminary Injunction Against Samsung
Some Android phones fail to enforce permissions, exposed to unauthorized app access
Telstra opens ‘Androidland’ store in Australia with a little help from Google
Judge denies Apple request for U.S. ban on Samsung gadgets
Report: Apple offered Samsung a license on key iOS patent
Apple fails to block Samsung tablet and smartphone sales in the U.S. (Digital Trends)

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