Linux-Line: Canonical surely came close in terms of hype with its Ubuntu phone announcement just after New Year's, but this week Black Duck Software brought a brand-new crop of open players to light.
Softpedia: The following tutorial will teach Nexus 7 users, who installed the Ubuntu Linux operating system on their tablet, how to re-install Android and remove Ubuntu from Nexus 7.
The VAR Guy: Opengear, however, reminded the channel recently that open hardware platforms can be profitable as well with the announcement of two significant achievements in the remote-management market.
ITworld: Microsoft has added Git support to Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server.
FOSSforce: The developers at Bodhi have created a desktop operating system in which the elegant but lightweight Enlightenment window manager is used as the desktop environment
iTwire: A number of Samsung laptops are dying after they are booted with a live-usb image of Ubuntu 12.04 using UEFI, according to information at the Ubuntu bug reporting site.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: 802.1Q standard gets deployed, enabling Ethernet to connect audio and video components.
Datamation: A rolling release would mean more readily available access to newer kernels and, in some instances, more challenges with undiscovered bugs.