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by Rob Zwetsloot
The Release Candidate of openSUSE 12.2 has been delayed, ultimately delaying the final product, and causing the team to rethink their strategy

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The BBC has interviewed Linus Torvalds after winning the Millennium Technology Prize, revealing his thoughts on the success of Linux

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In a reaction to the high demand for Linux skills, the Linux Foundation is to begin offering scholarships for training, and a new enterprise focuses course

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Linux mainstay MPlayer has skipped version 1.0 and gone straight to 1.1, bringing with it bug fixes and new HD features

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CompuLab teams up with Linux Mint to create the mintBox, a slimline, portable PC running the popular operating system

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Microsoft continues to surprise the open-source community by allowing specific distros on their proprietary cloud service

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Canonical bringing new functionality to the Ubuntu Software Store by offering games from the Humble Indie Bundle

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Fedora’s Beefy Miracle has just been released, with the stable version of Fedora 17 including GIMP 2.8, OpenStack Essex, Firefox 12, and more cutting edge free software

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The UK based, independent ISP Redstation has started up a program for dedicated resellers, with savings up to 35% off of list pricing

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by Simon Brew
The software ecosystem has interesting tentacles, says Simon Brew, as he investigates the trend of selling icons onto increasingly bloated Windows computers…

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VIA has announced a new ARM-based SoC board for $49 that seems to be aimed directly at the Raspberry Pi market

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by Richard Hillesley
Free software idealism is a necessary and desirable part of the software landscape, says Richard Hillesley…

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