US colleges with Linux courses and degree programsview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – We know that demand for Linux skills is increasing but the supply still remains low. And because of that, the current average salary for Linux pros in the USA  is high, over $90k/ year, which is really awesome. That's why if you want to work in the IT industry in the near future, investing in a college degree in Linux would be a very great idea. (Distributions)

General Weather ...or notview story

http://androidforums.com – Hi all, thanks for all the great advice on here. I am a 10day old irob convert, used to own the HTC touch screen stuff running windows mobile back from about 10 years ago until apple 'invented' the market. (General)

How to show a Dialog when a Marker is clicked from Google Mapsview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am trying to show a custom dialog box from the Google Maps through the Google Maps Android API v2 once a custom marker from the map was clicked. The custom marker will show the current traffic condition in the location where it was placed. (HowTos)

The openSUSE Conference – a Few Months Laterview story

http://news.opensuse.org – This article attempts to give a bit of an overview of what happened at oSC 12. And that is lots and lots, as you can see in the Google Plus event page for oSC12 and LinuxDays. You can find a lot of CC licensed pictures here and of course in this article. (Distributions)

Line, The Messaging App That Took Japan By Storm, Crosses 100M Users And Enters The U.S.view story

http://techcrunch.com – Line, a messaging app made by South Korea’s Naver Corp. that took off in Japan, just crossed 100 million users globally 19 months after it originally launched. The app is one of the leading contenders in smartphone messaging in Asia and faces off against Tencent’s WeChat and KakaoTalk. (IT news)

New Samsung Galaxy Note II colors introducedview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung has started advertising two new colors for their monster smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, in the South Korean market. Samsung seems to be fond of producing different color choices for their devices as the life cycle progresses. (IT news)

Mobile Ad Revenues Will Top $11.4 Billion In 2013, Up 19% On 2012. India, China And Display Fuelling The Boostview story

http://techcrunch.com – The growing popularity of free mobile content — largely in the form of apps — is having a big impact on mobile advertising, the route that many developers and publishers are taking to monetize that content. (IT news)

Apple’s Chinese Web Store Adds Credit Facility As iPhone-Maker Battles Cheap Androidsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Apple has started offering users of its Chinese online store the option to buy devices on credit. The option to pay in interest-free monthly installments is detailed on this page of Apple’s Chinese web store. (IT news)

White House Responds To Death Star Petition: Obama “Does Not Support Blowing Up Planets”view story

http://techcrunch.com – I love the Internet so much. America’s netizens have demanded that President Obama consider building the legendary Star Wars Death Star and the White House has responded. Not surprising, they have thoughtfully rejected the request, claiming it would cost an estimated $850,000,000,000,000,000 and that “the Administration does not support blowing up planets”. (IT news)

Distribution Watch: Ingram Micro, Carolina Wholesaleview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Happy Friday, and welcome to this week’s Distribution Watch, our weekly peek at goings on in the disty world. This week we’ve got news from Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM) and Carolina Wholesale, so grab your binoculars and focus, please. Ingram Micro: The distribution giant has expanded its U.S. (IT news)