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Chromium OS, Moblin, Ubuntu Netbook Remix Benchmarks

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  • Chromium OS, Moblin, Ubuntu Netbook Remix Benchmarks
  • Chromium OS - Digging deeper into the open source Chrome OS
  • 10 Things Missing From Google Chrome OS

Brin: Two Google Operating Systems May Become One

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Google

pcworld.com: Google co-founder says Chrome and Android could someday become a single OS. Chrome browser plus Android OS equals... Android.

Also: ChromeOS – Google missed a great opportunity

ChromeOS first impressions

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tech.xlab.si: As with anything new coming from Google, there has been a lot of expectation regarding the new Google “operating system” for PCs based on the Chrome browser.

Also: Was Chrome OS a Disappointment?
And: VMware Image of Google Chrome OS

The Google ChromeOS - Not the Linux messiah

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  • The Google ChromeOS - Not the Linux messiah
  • Chrome OS: Internet failing at PC > PC failing at Internet
  • Try Out Google Chrome OS For Yourself

MS, other rivals slam Google Chrome OS

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  • Microsoft, other rivals slam Google Chrome OS
  • Google Chrome OS - do we want another monoculture?
  • [Video] ChromeOS Vs Windows Vs Mac Vs Linux – Hilarious

Google Chrome First Official Screenshots

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  • Google Chrome First Official Screenshots
  • OMG! ChromeOS Live Blog
  • Official Chromium OS Site
  • Releasing the Chromium OS open source project
  • Chrome OS: Some Early Preview Videos
  • Google Chrome OS Event (and Live webcast)

Real Chrome OS developer preview screenshot

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  • Real Chrome OS developer preview screenshot
  • Google Chrome OS: What to look for this week
  • 5 Expectations for Google's Chrome OS Event

Google Chrome OS: A Nice Place to Visit, But?

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pcworld.com: Chrome OS strikes me as being just enough Linux to allow an underpowered computer to run Chrome browser and connect to cloud-based applications. How exciting can that really be?

RUMOR: Google's Chrome OS arriving next week

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downloadsquad.com: It seems a little birdy told TechCrunch that Google's Chrome OS has an early version launching next week. Here at Download Squad, we've been searching for clues about what this new browser-centered OS might look like.

Operating systems: upgrade or reinstall? guilt or pleasure?

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Linux

sutor.com: I say scary because of the validation scheme in more recent versions of the operating system. What if it didn’t like me anymore? What if it thought I should buy a new version of Windows because I changed the hard drive, or the memory, or the keyboard, or I parted my hair on a different side that day?

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Tails 1.3.2 Anonymous Live CD Now Uses Tor Browser 4.0.6, Based on Firefox 31.6.0 ESR

The famous Tails amnesic incognito Live CD operating system that has been used by Edward Snowden to stay invisible online and browse websites anonymously, has been updated on March 30 to version 1.3.2 with a number of improvements and security fixes. Read more Also: Tails 1.3.2 Screencast

Leftovers: Software

  • Obnam 4.1 released
    It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that I release version 4.1 of Obnam, my backup program. This version includes a radically innovative approaches to data compression and de-duplication, as well as some other changes and bug fixes.
  • man-pages-3.82 is released
    I've released man-pages-3.82. The release tarball is available on kernel.org. The browsable online pages can be found on man7.org. The Git repository for man-pages is available on kernel.org.
  • GnuCash Accounting App Gets Updated with Latest US Income Tax Data
    GnuCash is a personal and small-business financial/accounting application that's been freely licensed and distributed under the GNU GPL license for a long time. A new update that brings numerous bug fixes has been released and is now ready for download.
  • Audacity 2.1.0 Released
  • CrossOver for Linux Available with a 40% Discount for Less than a Day
    CrossOver Linux is an application based on Wine that permits users to install and run software that was designed for Windows operating systems. It's more than just front-end for Wine, and it comes with some interesting features, so the fact that you can buy it at a big discount should catch your eye.

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Leftovers: Gaming