tiny devices

Red Hat has no plans to create a traditional Linux desktop software for the end user market, but will continue to place its bets on a desktop for commercial markets as it is not making money from them. From the press release: An explanation: as a public, for-profit company, Red Hat must create products and […]

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Linux is capable of running a big iron server, routers, tiny devices, supercomputers and ATMs. However the million dollar question can Linux finally crack Microsoft Corp.’s hold on computing’s most visible domain — mainstream PCs? I think Linux has the ability and the rise of inexpensive machines such as Asus EEE Pc ($300 notebook PC) […]

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