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MSI Laptop Reviews

Buying something for the futuristic needs is always hard as it involves a lot of prudence, technology know-how, gaming needs and future gaming trends. If you are deficient in any one of these, you are sure to buy a laptop that will need replacement or, at least, up-gradation in the near future. Millions of people buy gaming laptops and other gaming gadgets every month across the globe. Mostly, they have little knowledge about the gaming computers and they would buy the very computer that impresses them by its look. At the most, layman would compare the weights, processor speed, storage, etc. This is due to the reason that they have little knowledge about computers, their capabilities and capacities. They may also be unaware of the 3D gaming needs of the computers. This leads them to pay more and more money for having a gaming laptop that may not equate the worth of their money. They are sure to replace this type of...
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Fedora 21 Won't Be Released Before August

While hat wearing Linux users are excited at large this morning about Red Hat partnering with CentOS, there's some unfortunate news if you're hoping for a new Fedora Linux release in the next few months...

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Linux 3.13 Kernel About To Land In Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Canonical is prepraring to land their first 3.13-based Linux kernel into the archive for the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS "Trusty Tahr" release...

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GNU's RPG Game Engine Is Still Of Very Poor Quality

For those not interested by this week's Valve/SteamOS Linux gaming news due to being devout open-source game enthusiasts, the GNU Rpge engine is out with a new release. Sadly, progress on GNU Rpge isn't too much better than the rate of development for GNU Hurd...

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Ubuntu Developer Builds Pirate Bay Torrent Search Into Operating System

With support from Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth, a third-party Ubuntu developer is building a torrent search project that may be enabled by default in future versions of the operating system. Torrent search would be added to Ubuntu's Dash, a central tool that lets users search files and applications on their desktop as well as online sources...

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