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Kubuntu 12.10 review - Improving somewhat

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dedoimedo.com: Kubuntu is almost like Ubuntu, and then not at all. It is amazing how much difference there can be between two operating system releasing sharing so much DNA.

Ubuntu ‘Black Friday’ Bargains

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omgubuntu.co.uk: It’s so-called “Black Friday” today, an annual US event in which adults gather en-mass at retail stores to fight each other for discounted electric whisks, George Foreman grills, and plasma TVs.

Hands On With The Dell ‘Sputnik’ Ubuntu Laptop [Review]

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omgubuntu.co.uk: The Sputnik is Dell’s cleverly code-named latest laptop endeavour. It’s a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook that has a line up of hardware that Dell feels will lure developers away from competing vendors.

Proprietary Software for Ubuntu--What Will It Mean?

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datamation.com: With new proprietary applications finding their way onto the Ubuntu desktop, one has to wonder what the long-term effects might be.

Ubuntu 13.04 Default Wallpaper Revealed

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Ubuntu 1304′s default wallpaper has been unveiled – some 5-ish months ahead of schedule!

Handy Ubuntu Unity Lenses and Scopes

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junauza.com: If you’re looking for some great new scopes and lenses to install on your system, here is a list of some of the most useful ones.

Review: Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal a mix of promise, pain

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arstechnica.com: Write this down: Ubuntu 12.10, the late-year arrival from Canonical's six-month standard release factory, marks the first new release within the company's current long-term support cycle. Got it? Good, because it may be the best takeaway from the latest Ubuntu release.

System76 unveils an 'extreme performance' Ubuntu Linux laptop

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pcworld.com: On Monday, however, System76 unveiled another Linux-powered machine that some may find even more compelling: the 17.3-inch Bonobo Extreme featuring “the world's fastest GPUs."

Ubuntu 13.04 Is About 13% Complete

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  • Ubuntu 12.10 Review
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Is About 13% Complete
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 292
  • PPA for Netflix Desktop App

Ubuntu 12.10 with Nvidia - No, no, NO!

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HowTos
  • Ubuntu 12.10 with Nvidia - No, no, no, no, no, NO!
  • Booting Ubuntu 12.04 from external disk connected to USB 3.0
  • Lead Compiz Developer Leaves Canonical
  • Let your Ubuntu more beautiful with those wallpapers
  • How To Integrate The Best Web Services Into Your Ubuntu Desktop
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Moving From Microsoft to GNU/Linux

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    In these hard-economic times, cutting expense is among the keys to the success of a business. Licensing costs can be a huge drain on the wallet of any service. Of course, Microsoft Windows servers are still the standard in a lot of offices, however, there is an unsung hero out there simply waiting to be discovered by more business-owners. This article is obviously describing Linux. While it does have some appeal in both the general public and economic sectors, it is widely used for servers and still not a really popular operating system for workstations but among geeks. Why? You might ask. Microsoft has the marketplace cornered and remains the norm simply by being the standard. This is not to state that Microsoft does not produce quality software application; this post indicates absolutely nothing of the sort. Microsoft got where they are today by their sweat and devoted developers, in no way is this article lessening the quality of Microsoft or their line of products.
  • Moving with SQL Server to Linux? Move from SQL Server to MySQL as well! [Ed: SQL Server DOES NOT (!) run on Linux]
    Over the recent years, there has been a large number of individuals as well as organizations who are ditching the Windows platform for Linux platform, and this number will continue to grow as more developments in Linux are experienced. Linux has for long been the leader in Web servers as most of the web servers run on Linux, and this could be one of the reasons why the high migration is being experienced.
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Mozilla Reports 2015 Revenue of $421.3M

For its fiscal 2015 year, Mozilla reported revenue of $421.3 million, up from $329.6 million that it reported Mozilla's revenue's have grown significantly over the last decade. The first year that Mozilla ever publicly disclosed its financial status was for its 2005 fiscal year, when the open-source organization generated $52.9 million in revenue. Read more Finance/ial issues: Open source wearable Angel shuts down