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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 14, 2012

  • Chrome vs Firefox for Ubuntu (2012-06-14 23:00:00)
    Unixmen: According to the independent web analytics firm, StatCounter Chrome has excelled as the world most popular browser with the highest browser usage share for the month of May 2012. But does that apply to Linux platform too?

  • Max Payne Mobile for Android on Tegra 3 hands-on (2012-06-14 19:00:00)
    Slash Gear: This game is out on the TegraZone – and therefore the Google Play app store for a modest $2.99, inexpensive enough to be part of your nightly run to the ice cream shop if you just put off picking up the banana split for one night.

  • GNOME Developers Are Out of Touch With Their Users (2012-06-14 15:00:00)
    Proxy Glider: Every release, being themes or extensions are broken with no help or support from GNOME upstream what so ever.

  • Zorin OS 6 Lite: Windows replacement for low-end computers (2012-06-14 13:00:00)
    Linux notes from DarkDuck: Zorin OS is based on Ubuntu and, until version 6, on GNOME 2 functionality. It means system resource requirements are quite high. But what if your computer is not the newest one? Does it mean Zorin OS is not available for you?

  • openSUSE 12.2 delayed, community re-working development model (2012-06-14 12:00:00)
    IT World: The upcoming 12.2 RC1 release of openSUSE has been delayed, and the final 12.2 release "won't see the light of day on July 11th," as developers within the openSUSE community struggle to fix their release efforts, Community Manager Jos Poortvliet said today.