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PC retail rut

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LINUX has bloomed over the last few years into a modern, stable, secure and user-friendly operating system that can go head-to-head with any of its commercial counterparts, but you wouldn’t know it from a visit to a typical PC retailer in the Philippines.

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Android desktops arrive as Lenovo eyes your living room

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Lenovo on Sunday rolled out an Android all-in-one home computer designed to be a living room multimedia PC. Should Android-powered PCs do well it would further disrupt the PC market and splinter the operating system selection a bit more.

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Google launches the Android-based Open Automotive Alliance with Audi, Honda, GM, and more

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Google and a number of automakers are planning to bring Android to cars with the launch of a new group called the Open Automotive Alliance. The alliance consists of Google, GM, Honda, Audi, Hyundai, and chipmaker Nvidia, and will focus on bringing the successful mobile operating system to in-car entertainment systems "in a way that is purpose built for cars." The first cars with Android integration are planned for launch by the end of 2014.

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Valve Already Has A Dozen Steam Machine Partners

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Gaming

Valve has announced their first 12 partners that intend to bring Steam Machines to the marketplace this year.

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Fedora Users Still Have Mixed Feelings Over DNF

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While DNF isn't the default package manager on Fedora Linux installations until at least Fedora 22, there's still many mixed reservations about this intended replacement to Yum.

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SnapRAID Yields A New RAID Kernel Library For Linux

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A new RAID library is under development for the mainline Linux kernel that supports up to six parities.

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Raspberry Pi: RaspBMC and OpenELEC

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This focused on using the Raspberry Pi as an educational device, to learn about the hardware, operating system and programming (by the way, for those who are interested in this aspect, there is an excellent new post on the Raspberry Pi site about Mathematica and the Wolfram Language).

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Summary of 2013 and New Year's list

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Another interesting fact is that now I can buy laptops with Linux preinstalled here. Well, they only do Ubuntu, but it's refreshing... The world is changing.

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What to expect from Ubuntu in 2014

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You won't see an Ubuntu Edge at CES this week. Ubuntu's parent company, Canonical, raised $12.8-million on Indiegogo to develop and build this Ubuntu Linux/Android-powered Ubuntu Edge combination smartphone and PC, but it still fell far short of its $32 million goal. So what?

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Belkin shows Linux powered smart slow cooker at CES 2014

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We live in an age where more and more devices are being run by operating systems, and are being connected to the internet that can seemingly be found all around us. The latest of such is a Belkin Smart Slow Cooker. As you might have guessed, the Slow Cooker is powered by WeMo, which is based on Linux and powers a multitude of other home based devices. This crock-pot is able to be controlled remotely via the WeMo app for Android or iOS and will be sure to have an edge on other slow cooking challengers. Mums no longer need to stay at home and wait for the cooking to be done. This functionality is huge and will surely make huge strides in 2014.

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[The founder of Linux Malta] Ramon Casha, chairman of the humanist association, passes away

Tributes are flowing in this evening for Ramon Casha, chairman of the Malta Humanist Society, civil rights campaigner and a frequent commenter on Times of Malta, who has passed away. Michael Briguglio, former chairman of Alternattiva wrote in a Facebook post: Rest in peace Ramon Casha: honest, free-thinking and non-partisan civil society campaigner within Malta Humanist Association and so many causes. Read more

KDE Leftovers

  • Qt Creator 4.2.1 released
    We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 4.2.1. This is a pure bugfix release, and takes care of various important bugs.
  • KTextEditor depends on KSyntaxHighlighting
    Recently, the KSyntaxHighlighting framework was added to the KDE Frameworks 5.29 release. And starting with KDE Frameworks 5.29, KTextEditor depends on KSyntaxHighlighting. This also means that KTextEditor now queries KSyntaxHighlighting for available xml highlighting files.
  • [Krita] Interview with Adam
    Good day. My name is Adam and I am a 26-year-old person who is trying to learn how to draw…
  • [Krita] We’re doing a User Survey!
    While we’re still working on Vector, Text and Python Scripting, we’ve already decided: This year, we want to spend on stabilizing and polishing Krita!

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