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Samsung has Tizen devices to show at MWC 2014

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Here is some good news for Tizen fans! Samsung has sent out invites for a February 23 event just ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) at Barcelona. The invitation promises a sneak preview of the latest Tizen devices.

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Note 3 users: Samsung disabled unofficial accessories via software update

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A number of users are claiming that the Galaxy Note 3 KitKat update breaks compatibility with some third-party accessories. The accessories affected are unofficial versions of Samsung's S-View Flip Cover, a case with a window over the top half of the screen. A working S-View cover will turn the screen on and trigger a special display that shows the time and notifications through its window. In the previous update, Android 4.3, unofficial S-View covers could trigger this special display mode as well, but after the update to 4.4, the phone will only recognize Samsung-made products.

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Mageia 4 Out Next Week, Mandriva and PCLinuxOS Still Very Much Alive

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Mandriva and its derivatives/relatives continue to produce good desktop distributions which are RPM-based

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The Linux 3.14 Kernel Already Has Many Exciting Features

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While the Linux 3.14 kernel merge window is barely half way over, there's already a ton of exciting changes to make this yet another very interesting kernel update. Here's some of what end-users can expect to see out of Linux 3.14 in terms of improvements and new functionality.

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Samsung brings accessory restriction on Note 3, inspired by Apple?

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Android brought openness to the smartphone ecosystem, with an open source operating system, embracing common connectivity standards and lot of customisability options in terms of hardware and software. Apple was on the other hand seen as having very tightly controlled ecosystem and many users moved to Android to experience some freedom. However, Samsung’s recent move to block third party accessory might alienate customers from associating the android device manufacturer from this notion.

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10 Things An 'Average Joe' Must Know About Linux

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Well, frankly speaking nobody is perfect, and in the current discussion not everyone is a tech-savy geek. But does that mean they don't have right to feel and enjoy the 'best' things in life (in this discussion, the same pertains to technology). Over the years, many people have switched from Windows to Linux primarily owing to freedom that the latter provides. But, the question remains- is the 'average joe' in you truly familiar with what Linux really is?

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Samsung coming up with multiple Galaxy Tab variants in 2014

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Samsung has revealed plans to expand its smartphone and tablet portfolio in 2014. At the company’s conference, Executive Director Hyunjoon Kim announced that Samsung will first “create a new tablet category” that will be aimed at businesses with a high-end, “high-resolution,” large screen tablet around 20-inches. He added that the company will produce many variants by modifying their Galaxy Tab series.

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GNOME Boxes 3.11.4 Adds a Logo for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

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The GNOME Project has announced that another development release towards the GNOME Boxes 3.12 remote and virtual machine management application for the GNOME desktop environment is available for download and testing.

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