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Ubuntu hoists skirt, flashes 'concept' gadget at CES

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theregister.co.uk: Ubuntu shop Canonical has promised to make a splash at the annual gadget jamboree, the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, Nevada, next week.

Is Ubuntu's Bleeding Edge Hurting Linux?

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datamation.com: Like most computer enthusiasts, I find myself seeking out Linux distributions that offer a bleeding edge experience. That said, I'm also careful not to place bleeding edge operating systems onto a desktop machine I rely on for daily use.

2012 Linux distributions reviews

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A Quaint and Curious Distro

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  • A Quaint and Curious Distro
  • Ubuntu AppStore Goes Online
  • Ubuntu's Unity Desktop: A Free Republic or Paternalistic Democracy?
  • Ubuntu rolling out the new

Xubuntu 11.10 with Xfce4

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  • Xubuntu 11.10 with Xfce4 Desktop
  • Lubuntu is a Nice Clean Desktop
  • Full Circle Magazine – Lite!
  • Ubuntu 11.10: Setting up Oneiric

Full Circle Magazine #56

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Linux Deepin Software Centre to be made Available for Ubuntu

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Ubuntu users envious of Chinese Linux distro’s slickly-styled ‘Software Centre’ won’t nee to be green-eyed for too long: it’s coming to Ubuntu.

Goodbye GNOME 2, Hello GNOME 2?

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linuxjournal.com: Many Linux users who have been GNOME fans for years find themselves in a sudden quandary. GNOME 3.0 has completely abandoned the desktop experience we've come to love during the years. Thankfully, XFCE has all the features I love about GNOME.

Ubuntu 11.10 'Oneiric Ocelot' Will Power New PC Line

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pcworld.com: On Friday, however, a brand-new option emerged when US PC maker CTL announced a new line of Ubuntu-powered computers, beginning with a notebook called the MB40U.

Multi-Monitor Support In Ubuntu

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  • Canonical Focuses on Multi-Monitor Support In Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 12.04 Development update
  • Ubuntu To Run In Cars
  • Ubuntu Powered Display Spotted at a Gas Pump in Colorado
  • What is the best Christmas gift for Ubuntu Linux fans?
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