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Motorola Dares to Be Square With Flipout Smartphoneview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Motorola on Wednesday announced a new Android-based smartphone targeted squarely -- pun intended -- at the social networking crowd. The square-shaped Flipout is built on the Texas Instruments OMAP 3410 low-cost 600 MHz processor with 512 MB of RAM, 150 MB of available internal storage, and an included 2 GB MicroSDHC card. (General)

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Save partitions across a network with Partimageview story

http://linuxo.com – Ghacks: "And although (as a reader did point out) Partimage is limited by not supporting ext4 file systems, it still has plenty of uses. One of those uses is copying partitions across a networking." (General)

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Haguichi - A graphical frontend for Hamachi on Linuxview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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40+ Mac Apps For Programmers and Developersview story

http://en.digitalkamera.com – If you are a programmer or developer then the most important aspects is having the correct tools and applications at your disposal to get the job done. (Distributions)

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openSUSE Weekly News #125 is out!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Weekly News Issue 125. Enjoy it… (Distributions)

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LinuxNov NEWS 102 “Distributions”view story

http://www.linuxnov.com – 102 LinuxNov NEWS discussing Distributions release, software, Desktops, Mobile, Window Managers, and many distribution released based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, debian based, Slackware. even more with more software released this week for Mobile, Desktop. Beginning with distributions released Slackware Linux 13.1 (HowTos)

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Detailed tutorial about AppArmor for ubuntu usersview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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Ubuntu Control Center (ucc) - Simple tool for ubuntu administrationview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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Yahoo! buys mobile social networking service, Koprolview story

http://www.itwire.com – Yahoo! has bought Indonesian company Koprol whose browser based cellphone service allows people to connect and share information in real-time, based on their location (IT news)

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Apple Security Isn't a Sure Betview story

http://linuxo.com – Enterprise Networking Planet: "Apple Macs are secure because they don't get computer viruses, and because OS X, the operating system they run, is based on the rock-solid and highly secure BSD UNIX." (General)