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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Motorola sold to Lenovo by Google for nearly $3 billion after buying Motorola itself in 2012 $12.5 billion

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Google Chrome features shown at I/O 2013 have begun their deployment into the browser, as Google Chrome now comes with better predictions

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by Simon Brew
Big companies may not be able to issue software patches quickly. But they sure can change their policies in pretty much an instant, argues Simon Brew…

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by Richard Hillesley
The rapid expansion of digital technologies, and opening up of new channels of communication and information, challenges notions of the ownership of ideas. Richard Hillesley investigates…

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by Simon Brew
With the recent launch of Google+, Linux User columnist Simon Brew wonders if the search giant has the power to reinvent social networking…

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by Rory MacDonald
Google’s New Facebook Alternative Sparks Personal Data Liberation War. Along with the latest news on the matter, you’ll find a hot-off-the-press step-by-step guide to extracting your friends’ information from Facebook using Open-Xchange. Now, get out there and enjoy this new found liberation. And by all means, go forth and enjoy YOUR data.

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by Simon Brew
Has the moment passed already for Google Chrome OS? Linux User columnist Simon Brew examines the evidence…

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by Russell Barnes
Google and the Ubuntu project have today released the Ubuntu Font Family to the world via the Google Font Directory. Canonical have chosen an usual way of wishing its Ubuntu faithful a merry Christmas, but it’s a welcome move which allows web designers to use the Ubuntu Font freely and web users to view it as intended, regardless of whether the font is installed on their computer or not…

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Programming
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by Kunal Deo
Kunal Deo explores the art of developing for Google Chrome using HTML5 and more. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to develop web apps and extensions for the world’s fastest growing web browser…

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by Alex Handy
In the second of our two exclusive interviews about Google’s latest and greatest developer tools, Linux User & Developer talks Google Web Toolkit & WebM with product manager for developer tools, Brad Abrams…

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by Alex Handy
In the first of two exclusive interviews about Google’s latest and greatest developer tools, Linux User & Developer talks App Engine with Google’s Fred Sauer…

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by Russell Barnes
Can a small team of French developers really take on the might of Google Chrome OS with Jolicloud 1.0? Linux User & Developer thinks they’re in with a shot…

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