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FOSSforce: The lawsuit filed by patent troll Rockstar Consortium Inc. on Halloween against Google and at least five makers of Android handsets is about much more than merely the tons of money that would be reaped if the Rockstar cartel prevails.
Softpedia: A new kernel update has been announced by Canonical, in a security notice, for its Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) operating system.
The Guardian: While at work, on your commute or away for the weekend, the PetBot allows you to interact with your furry friend remotely using a remote controlled webcam, image recognition and treat dispenser.
Linux Links: This article seeks to identify some of the finest open source software that is available.
Softpedia: Pear OS 8 is host to a number of unique applications developed specifically for this Linux distribution and Mac OS users will easily recognize the designed used by Apple.
Everyday Linus User: Point Linux is a desktop distro aimed towards experienced users and the business/IT sector.
InfoWorld: Upon 8th anniversary of Open Invention Network, let's count the ways open source defends against patent aggression.
VB: For most of us, Google shutting down Reader was annoying. For Jacob Cook, it was a call to arms.
eWEEK: SLIDESHOW - As the first OpenStack Summit held outside of the United States, the event had a strong emphasis throughout on the global nature of the OpenStack cloud platform and, more specifically, the high levels of interest, participation and deployment of the platform in China. -
tecmint: In our first part of this article, we've explained in detail on how to install and configure latest Nagios Core 4.0.1 on CentOS 6.4 server.
GamingOnLinux: So id Software are moving Quake Live from a browser game to a native game, the bad news is they won't be supporting Linux (Or Mac).
ZDnet: Some people are still in denial about the rise of the Linux operating system with the Chrome Web browser interface, Chrome OS, and its hardware: the Chromebooks.
Softpedia: Mark Shuttleworth has apologized for the letter sent to the owner of fixubuntu.com, saying that anyone who wants to criticize Ubuntu is free to do so.
FOSSforce: We can't figure out if Canonical wants to be Apple or Microsoft.
LinuxGizmos: ViewSonic announced an embedded Linux-powered wireless receiver for rendering multimedia content on projectors, desktop monitors, large format displays, and HDTVs.
eWEEK: The Edward Snowden revelations about NSA snooping in the cloud are not having an impact on OpenStack cloud vendors, including Rackspace and Dreamhost.
OpenSource.com: Cantarell is now the default font in GNOME (and one of the official Fedora fonts). Williams started the FontForge project when QT and GDK didn't support Unicode.
Extreme Tech: The real-life machine, known as the Raven II surgical system, was built at the University of Washington and has already been used in brain tumor operations.
SiliconANGLE: First, we need to accept that the open source community and the process for open source technologies to evolve take time.
Linuxaria: In this post I want to show the steps you must follow to have a Development Environment for Android in your Linux distro.