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Reviews
by Russell Barnes
openSUSE 12.1 offers a wide range of new features and additions – here’s a quick run-down of some of the biggest and best before our full review due tomorrow…

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Features
by Ken Hess
These virtualization tips and techniques are presented to educate, save money and save endless Googling for answers. With luck they’ll propel your virtualization efforts forward with new momentum and with minimal frustration helping you to improve the performance, reliability and security of your virtual machines.

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Features
by Dmitri Popov
Linux User & Developer magazine reviews four of the best netbook distros currently available in a bid to uncover the ultimate open source user experience for your netbook computer…

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Features
Programming
by Kunal Deo
Sometimes even experienced developers can be a bit overwhelmed by Linux’s extensive development capabilities. Sit back and soak up these tips to become a smarter and more productive Linux developer overnight…

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Features
by Alex Handy
When you think of a giant lizard-monster stomping through a major metropolitan area, you tend to think of Godzilla. Or maybe Rodan. What you probably don’t think about is a non-profit corporation that helps millions around the world gain access to the information they need in their day-to-day lives…

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Features
by Phil King
The success of the Apple iPad has prompted other manufacturers to launch their own tablet devices, mainly based on the Android platform. But can Android have the same impact as it has done in the smartphone market? Phil King examines the market and speaks to analysts and retailers to find out…

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Features
by Kunal Deo
Linux’s path to mainstream acceptance owes a lot to KDE and GNOME. While both have contributed enormously towards the ultimate Linux dream, they’re also heated competitors. Who will win the war? Read on and pick your side wisely…

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Features
by Richard Smedley
Has Facebook stolen your privacy? Take back the logs, take control of your data and make Facebook irrelevant. Richard Smedley explores two worlds of social networking – one good, one evil…

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Features
by Barry Pretsell
Drupal 7 is nearly ready for release. We’ve spent many hours previewing Drupal 7′s features – here’s everything you need to know about the latest iteration of the CMS powering websites for the White House, Sony and The Economist…

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Features
Programming
by Kunal Deo
Ever wonder what it takes to design & build your hand-held device, carputer or gadget? Read this to find out how easy it is to go from being a software developer to a fully-fledged hardware developer with help from BeagleBoard and Android (among others)…

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Features
by Joe Brockmeier
Spring is a lovely time of year, when the flowers bloom, the birds sing and community Linux projects release the fruit of their winter labours. Specifically, the Fedora and Ubuntu projects come to the end of their six-month cycles in the April/May time frame. This year’s yield is a bumper crop, with Fedora 13 including a number of interesting technologies and improvements and Ubuntu putting on its finest polish for a Long Term Support (LTS) release…

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Features
by Ken Hess
There are many alternatives to VMware’s expensive and proprietary software. Join us as we investigate four of the most prolific tools kickstarting the revolution in open source virtualisation…

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