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Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise


The latest edition of Simplicity Linux, version 15.4, recently became available for download. Simplicity Linux delivers just what its name suggests: It is a simpler way to run a fully powered Linux desktop on any computer you touch. Simplicity lets you carry your entire desktop, favorite installed applications, and complete collection of documents and files in your pocket everywhere you go.
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Russia Aims to Build US-Free Mobile OS


Russia wants to develop alternatives to proprietary or partly closed mobile operating systems by using open source tools as a foundation, Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications Nikolay Nikiforov said last week. "Success would make a fairly significant impact on the go-to market plans of numerous IT vendors," said Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT.
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Re: Is Microsoft Feeding the Android Machine? 2  macbrewer   2012-06-27 12:52:48 
Re: Norton Anti-Theft Plugin: Major Letdown 3  loser   2012-06-17 20:59:19 
Re: Linus, GNOME 3, and Much Ado About Desktop Interfaces 2  yetanotheruser   2012-06-15 07:40:20 
Re: What Does Microsoft Have to Do to Earn FOSSers' Respect? 8  Runaway1956   2012-06-09 23:16:35 
Re: Invasion of the Tiny, Linux-Powered PCs 3  hairyfeet   2012-06-05 21:03:14 
Re: Linux Certs Gaining Popularity Among IT Pros 2  here2serve   2012-06-03 05:02:12 
Re: Tick-Tock Goes Canonical's Clock 9  hairyfeet   2012-06-02 10:05:36 
Re: Oracle's Patent 'Disaster': Beginning of a Bright New Era? 2  apexwm   2012-05-29 11:06:40 
Re: Who Loves Ya, Linux Baby? 2  hairyfeet   2012-05-24 02:33:14 
Re: A Tale of Two Suites: Do We Still Need OpenOffice.org? 4  hairyfeet   2012-05-24 02:24:48 
Re: To GNU or Not to GNU? That Is the Question 7  bugmenot   2012-05-23 17:29:00 
Re: Windows RT and the Dastardly Browser-Exclusion Deed 3  hairyfeet   2012-05-18 16:41:01 
Re: Google Drive for Android: Just About as Good as the Rest 2  akcoyote   2012-05-11 11:50:52 
Re: Ubuntu Linux 12.04: Microsoft's Worst Nightmare? 12  apexwm   2012-05-11 05:38:02 
Re: Who's Afraid of a Big Bad Hacking Story? 2  brentrbrian   2012-05-08 04:43:08 
Android TV Box Looking for Cooperation,Agent/OEM/ODM 1  EnyGoogleTV   2012-05-04 06:56:08 
Re: LMMS Is a Fearsome Music-Making Machine 3  nixnine   2012-05-03 11:20:17 
Re: Linux and Gaming: Full Steam Ahead 4  hairyfeet   2012-05-02 13:34:56 
Re: Who Cares About Software Freedom? 2  hairyfeet   2012-04-23 02:35:24 
Re: Look Before You Make the Leap to Hulu Plus for Android 2  jescott418   2012-04-21 02:29:42 

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