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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 23, 2012

  • Windows 8 Secure Boot: Two Linux Distros Respond (2012-06-23 23:00:00)
    PC World: Controversy has been raging over Microsoft's Windows 8 Secure Boot plans ever since they were first revealed last fall, and there's still no sign that that will change anytime soon.

  • Microsoft rejects Google-Moto patent pact proposal (2012-06-23 19:00:00)
    The Register: Microsoft has rejected a proposed offer by Motorola to settle patent disputes between the two companies that threaten to stop the flow of Moto's Android kit and Redmond's Xboxes and Windows gear into the US.

  • Flipboard Officially Launches On Android, Adds Google+, YouTube And More Localized Versions (2012-06-23 15:00:00)
    TechCrunch: The Android public launch comes barely a month after Flipboard debuted its official Android beta and limited Android rollout as a preloaded app on the just-released Samsung Galaxy S III.

  • Airlines should work together on open source apps (2012-06-23 03:00:00)
    Computerworld: Virgin Atlantic's IT director, David Bulman, has called upon the airline industry to work collaboratively on open source applications that create an emerging standard for re-use and allow passengers to avoid downloading multiple tools.