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Should Linux and Android Fuse?

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Android is Linux but it's not. With Google behind it and a ton of new devices coming out, it's got momentum. Will it succeed where all other desktop Linux has failed and become the standard open source OS?

Kdenlive: Video Editing Breakthrough

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In my view, it has for a number of years now been the greatest failing of Linux: video editors have been a joke. No one who is serious about video editing could really be happy in the least with the sorry state of non-linear video editing apps.

Ubuntu Getting Unprecedented Raves at PC Mag

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A major Windows mag features two major glowing reviews for the Linux distro

It's Not the Cost of the OS - It's the Cost of Apps

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Are people drawn to Linux because the OS is free? Hardly.

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