networkworld.com: For long, video editing on Linux has been disappointing, to say the least. But OpenShot Video Editor is a sign of hope for the future.
h-online.com: Microsoft may have rebuffed Linux's early advance in the domain of the emerging netbook, but Glyn Moody thinks that the rise of the tablet has neutralised the "must-have" nature of Windows.
apestaart.org: Yesterday, I was wondering if there shouldn’t be a new Fedora out by now and if it would fix a bunch of my current GNOME 3 annoyances. So I checked, and lo and behold, the final release date was yesterday! Excellent.
computerworld.com: OS4's developers have worked to deliver an easy-to-use desktop operating system, with a focus on squarely on the Linux distribution's end users
ostatic.com: Paul Sherman announced the release of Absolute 14.0 last October following the Slackware 14.0 release. Since then it's been updated a few times, the latest two just this month. It's been far too long since I had a look-see at Absolute and now seems the perfect time to remedy that.
google.com: At the end of 2006, I was finally fed up with the reformat and reinstall everything loop that is the maintenance cycle of Windows. I made the decision to try and use Linux as a full time solution.
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pcworld.com: After numerous delays along the way, the final version of Fedora Linux 18 “Spherical Cow” made its long-awaited debut on Tuesday. Ready for a quick tour? Here are a few of the more notable new features in this release.
thevarguy.com: In the open source channel, many developers could stand to focus a bit less on technology itself, and a bit more on making products look and feel smart, intuitive and elegant–