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Get the latest, greatest Linux Mint, now with even more community loved desktop environments

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Ubuntu 12.10 will add the ability to use web-based features as desktop applications, and link it all into the HUD

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As part of Mozilla’s Webmaker Project, Mozilla is holding a MozParty in Newcastle to help teach people how to make the web

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Steam on Linux may be a lot closer than you think, with the announcement of Steam for Ubuntu just the tip of the iceberg

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If you need more than one Raspberry Pi, the one per customer rule has finally been lifted, opening the way for bulk purchases

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Release Candidate for openSUSE 12.2 has just been released, taking one step closer to a stable release after the recent shake up

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Fantasy Artist gives you a behind-the-scenes look

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Although syncing of Facebook contacts is gone, pre-synced contacts will still exist as Ubuntu One loses more unpopular features

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GitHub has received its first ever outside investment, a huge sum of $100 Million from Andreessen Horowitz

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The heads of Mandriva SA have decided to base upcoming server versions of Mandriva on Mageia, the community run Mandriva fork

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The freedom of the internet in Europe has been preserved as ACTA is rejected by the EU Parliament

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