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PRNewswire: CNET Linux Center, the Ultimate Linux Destination, Launches Today

“CNET, Inc….the source for computers and technology, announced
today the launch of CNET Linux Center, the site for Linux
professionals interested in leveraging the power of Linux for their
businesses at http://linux.cnet.com . The online resource offers
CNET’s tech-savvy audience one place to find everything related to
Linux including breaking news from CNET’s award-winning News.com
and soon to be launched CNET Radio, comprehensive meta-search
capabilities, original product reviews, an extensive Web directory,
stock quotes, free help, exclusive software downloads and Linux
specific auctions. Today’s launch of the CNET Linux Center
consolidates the most relevant information from across CNET and
around the Web to provide the most complete, up-to-date and useful
Linux resource available.”

“We’ve created the ultimate Linux destination for Linux
professionals in response to the explosive interest from our
users,” stated Nish Bhutani, CNET Vice President and Group
Publisher. “CNET is uniquely well equipped to serve the Linux
community worldwide and we’re confident that CNET Linux Center will
shortly become the de facto Linux resource on the Web.

“The enthusiasm for Linux among CNET’s audience is demonstrated
by the overwhelming response to the recent exclusive download of
the Corel(R) LINUX(R) OS software product at CNET. Corel(R)
LINUX(R) OS quickly became the most popular Linux software download
at CNET, topping 100,000 soon after the release. Overall, more than
1,000,000 Corel software products for Linux have been downloaded at
CNET.”


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