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Snapshot: Where Linux is hot

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Linux, by many accounts, is growing like gangbusters these days.

And, really, why wouldn't it be? Nearly every "hot" technology hyped in the media these days directly or indirectly depends on Linux. Cloud computing? Big data? DVRs? Android smartphones? It's all running Linux underneath, and as these sectors continue to explode, so too does Linux.

About the only hot tech property that doesn't have a direct Linux connection right now is the tablet market, which anyone would have to concede to Apple's iPad.

With all the giddiness about the success of Linux, I was a little curious about where Linux is popular these days, so with a little time to kill, I did a little research on Google Insights for Search.

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