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Yellow Dog Linux licks CUDA (The Register)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Nvidia GPUs sit up and bark Remember Terra Soft and its Yellow Dog Linux for Power processors?… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn’t work (more here…) (General)

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Freescale’s 7-inch tablet runs Android, Chromium OS or Linux, costs $200 (video) (Engadget)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Remember the $200 smartbook reference design that we saw at CES this year? Well, it’s back, it’s holding on to that same price and 7-inch enclosure, but this time it’s also showing off an expanded OS compatibility. (General)

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WordPress Guns for Web Content Management Duties (PC World)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – PC World - Long popular with bloggers, the open-source WordPress blogging software is also starting to find a niche as a low-cost corporate CMS (content management system), at least for managing relatively simple Web sites. (General)

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QNAP Expands Business Series with New 4-drive TS-459U-RP and TS-459U-SP Rack Mounted Turbo NAS Servers (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of world class NAS servers, NVR Video Surveillance Systems, and Network-based Video Players today expanded their popular Business Series Turbo NAS lineup with two new 1U rack-mounted, 4-drive models, the TS-459U-SP and TS-459U-RP. (General)

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Motorola Releases Two New Android Smartphones (NewsFactor)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – NewsFactor - Motorola is placing two new bets on the open-source Android operating system with the release of its Backflip and Devour smartphones. The uniquely designed Backflip began selling through AT&T Wireless late last week, and the Detour is now available from Verizon Wireless. (General)

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Rivals Report Boost from Microsoft’s Browser Ballot (NewsFactor)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – NewsFactor - Mozilla and Opera Software say they are seeing an uptick in demand for their browsers in the wake of Microsoft’s launch of a choice ballot in Europe. (General)

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Victoria expands Linux e-voting roll-out (ZDNet Australia)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Victoria’s Electoral Commission has flagged plans to expand its use of electronic voting kiosks based on Linux software in the next state election in November this year. (General)

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The newbie’s guide to hacking the Linux kernel (Linux Today)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – TuxRadar: “We asked prolific kernel hacker (and Linux Format reader!) Greg Kroah-Hartman to tell us what it takes for newbies to patch the Linux kernel - here’s what he had to say.” (more here…) (General)

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Moonlight's Olympic-sized failureview story

http://linuxo.com – ZDNet Australia: "Every couple of years, Microsoft and its partners get to show off what the technology is capable of and push the limits of live video coverage. This year, the plethora of Canadian channels covering the Olympics were all available live from one website, and the experience was terrific." (General)

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Victoria expands Linux e-voting rollout (ZDNet Australia)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Victoria’s Electoral Commission has flagged plans to expand its use of electronic voting kiosks based on Linux software in the next state election in November this year. (General)