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Facebookers Go Red To Support Marriage Equalityview story

http://techcrunch.com – Notice a little extra red in the blue sea of Facebook the past couple of days? That’s a new picture shared by the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group for LGBT individuals and their allies, which is being used to show support for marriage equality. Proposition 8, which outlaws same-sex marriages in California, has moved in front of the Supreme Court for review. (IT news)

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openSUSE 12.3 Launch Feedback: we’re still awesome!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – Last week we let openSUSE 12.3 out of the gate. Like always, it was exciting and fun to see the result of so much preparation get to our users! So, how did it go and what did we learn? Conversations We had great conversations with you on google plus and we were very happy that 40 people joined the openSUSE team hangout on the release day! (Distributions)

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Wayland GTK+ Support Being Improved With CSDview story

https://www.linux.com – The branch of the GTK+ tool-kit being used for introducing support for client side decorations is being prepped for review and ultimately being merged to mainline... The branch of the GTK+ tool-kit being used for introducing support for client side decorations is being prepped for review and ultimately being merged to mainline... Read more at Phoronix (Software)

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[4.2.2] CM10.1(Regular) and Jellytime releasesview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hey guys,I'm back to opening a thread after a long time. (HowTos)

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Review:White Shark Silicone Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard with Leatherette Protective Caseview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – This is a great and a must have companion for your samsung tab. Price: regular $79.99 now $39.99. This White Shark Silicone Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard with Leatherette Case will increase your efficiency weather you are on 1. Facbook/ sociallizing 2. gaming 3. writing emails 4. doing everyday works The features i liked : ***1. the protective case, this one is a must. (HowTos)

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Mega Jump review: jumping for coins has never been so funview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   A simple game that features a cartoonish design, a cuddly monster as a main character and the simple premise of jumping over coins in order to get major air can’t be the blueprint for an addictive game… can it? (IT news)

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Featured Android Game Review: Robo5 [Brain & Puzzle]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com –     We have already covered a few games from Animoca, but a new one recently hit the Google Play Store called Robo5. This is a steampunk influenced puzzle game in which you play a robot in a strange decaying future world. Your job is to climb mountains of boxes and crates. Each level presents a different scenario, and you need to get to the top in order to advance to the next level. (IT news)

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Longtime iPhone and Blackberry User review of Nexus 4view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – I switched to the N4 9 days ago from an iPhone 5 and wanted to share my experiences and thoughts on the two platforms in case there are others contemplating a similar switch. I've been very pleased so far. Im not a huge tech nerd... just an average joe trying to post some experiences for other average joes contemplating making the jump. I tend to switch phones a lot... (HowTos)

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Sneak Preview I: openSUSE 12.3 for Desktop Usersview story

http://news.opensuse.org – In less than two weeks, openSUSE 12.3 will be on your doorstep. Or rather, on the mirrors, ready for use. If you are curious to know what is coming, this first sneak preview is for you! We’ll talk about what’s new on the desktop: GNOME, KDE, XFCE and Enlightenment as well as the applications. Enjoy! The desktops Let’s start with the desktops. (Distributions)

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As Moveline, The TechStars-Backed Moving App, Expands To New Cities, We Test Out The Serviceview story

http://techcrunch.com – Reports suggest, and I have independently confirmed, that moving is one of the most awful, stressful, painful processes you can experience in a lifetime. Yet the cost of living in NY forces many to move around each year, when their lease expires, popping from place to place. I’ve lived in New York since 2007, and I’ve moved no less than eight times. (IT news)