Tux: Modern Olympic Champion

The Olympics are known throughout the world and have been going on for centuries. The first Olympic games were thought to have occurred in the sixth century BC, and it consisted of foot races only. It started as a race for young women to compete for the honor of being a priestess for the goddess, Hera. A … [Read more…]


Just wanted to make a quick note about the #boycottapple thing going on on Google+ and on Twitter. I’ve read several people saying that boycotting Apple is dumb, and that the real problem is with the patent system. To the people pointing out that the patent system is broken I have one thing to say. … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – December 12, 2011

Android openness questioned as webOS goes open-source (Appolicious) German court issues injunction against iPhone, iPad in Motorola patent case (Appolicious) HP opens webOS; $99 TouchPad sale melts eBay; Android to benefit? Android Market web store update adds user review filters, changes lives Open-source webOS is dead on arrival HP Leaves webOS Wounded, Not Even Dead … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – December 11, 2011

Are HP TouchPads and WebOS Phones Still Worth Getting? (ContributorNetwork) WebOS Open-Sourced; New HP Tablets May Be in the Works (ContributorNetwork) Will Android Ever Beat iOS App Support? (ContributorNetwork) Ask Slashdot: Best Tablet For Running a Real GNU/Linux Distribution? Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 Risk Report How to Leverage Your Open Source Skills in the … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – December 5, 2011

Apple, Samsung patent dispute ‘secrets’ leak from court MIPS $99 Tablet is First Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet Ubuntu 12.04 Release Schedule Whoops! Apple, Samsung secrets leak from court document Samsung unfurls flexible, see-through tablet concept Apple not worried about Kindle Fire, says analyst Samsung puts $200 million aside for patent spats with Apple Amazon may … [Read more…]

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 … [Read more…]

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…]