What To Do Next After Installing or Upgrading To Fedora 13 (Goddard)view story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – Everytime you install or upgrade to a new operating system, there are some basic tasks that you must perform if you want the best of o (HowTos)

Chrome 5 release includes first stable Linux versionview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – Google released version 5.0 of its Chrome web browser -- including the first stable builds for Linux and Mac platforms -- promising faster performance plus new multi-machine sync and HTML5 utilities. Meanwhile, tech pundit Om Malik suggests that Google's Linux- and Chrome-based Chrome OS should step aside to let the fast-growing Android evolve.... (Embedded)

Main Enhancement and what’s New for Fedora 13view story

http://www.linuxnov.com – Waiting for Fedora 13 is over now it’s available to download with a lot of new features and many enhancement and extra packages installed for it, showing the main new things with this release (HowTos)

Can OpenOffice.org regain momentum?view story

http://linuxo.com – ZDNet: "I'm less of a Google or Apple fanboy than I am an OpenOffice.org fanboy. It's one of the greatest values in consumer open source, ever." (General)

Google Chrome 5 Hits Stable Status on Linux, Macview story

http://linuxo.com – Datamation: "Google's Chrome 5 Web browser is now available as a stable release for Mac and Linux, extending the availability of a stable version of the service to the three major operating systems." (General)

Chrome 5 stable, browser exits beta for Mac and Linuxview story

http://mac.linux.be –  Google announced today the official release of Chrome 5 for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It arrives less than a month after Google made the new version available through its beta channel. (Distributions)

Screenshotoramaview story

http://www.linuxformat.com – Hi. My name is Mike, and I'm a screenshotaholic. For many years I thought I was alone in the world, trawling through Google images to find out what the text editor in QNX 6.2 looked like, or how the mouse options screen varied between Amiga Workbench 1 and 2. Today, I have learnt that I am not alone in this world. (General)

Google Chrome 5.0 Stable for Linux Is Finally Hereview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Google Chrome’s popularity keeps on rising with more and more people switching to the lightweight, Google-powered web browser. Now that the stable Google Chrome is available for Linux, there’s no reason not to try it out for yourself. Google Chrome 5.0.375.55 is the first stable release for the Linux platform and is the fastest and ... (General)

Google Australia details dodgy WiFi codeview story

http://apcmag.com – Google's Engineering Director yesterday explained how the company came to accidentally collect payload data from people's WiFi networks. (IT news)

Google Chrome for Linux goes stableview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Google has released Google Chrome 5 as a stable release for Mac and Linux,since the initial beta release of Google Chrome for Linux last December it has been a half year. Rakowski wrote following in the official blog post.