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Linux and USB 3.0

The newest, fast interface, USB 3.0, is finally out, but only one operating system has native support for it: Linux.

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The Biggest Threat to Microsoft Isn't Apple or Linux, It's Falling Hardware Prices

See, when zealots debate the old “Windows vs. Mac vs. Linux” argument, it’s a widely held belief within the Mac and Linux camp that it is one of these platforms that represent the greatest threat to Microsoft’s dominance.
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How Chrome OS and Clouds Can Alter Your Company's View of Computing

Chrome OS is Google's attempt to create a fast, simple, and secure netbook. The popularity of Chrome OS netbooks depends on a large number of applications becoming Web-based and on the emergence of cloud computing as a way to reduce the cost of maintaining and managing data centers. We believe that Chrome OS will impact your data center strategy and change the way you view desktop computing.

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Nouveau Starts Dropping Non-KMS Support

Back in 2008 the developers behind the Nouveau reverse-engineered NVIDIA driver dropped support for their classic Mesa driver even before there was ever a stable release of it.
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Will Tablet Computers Finally Matter?

Yes, but not in the way you might they will.
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The Next Generation of Linux Notebooks Arrives at CES

The major computer vendors are once more embracing Linux as HP and Lenovo both announce models with desktop Linux pre-installed and rumor is there's more to come.
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