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Mint With Cinnamon: A New Sweet Spot for Desktop Linux?

January 12, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TachNewsWorld

Well CES is nearing its conclusion for another year, winding down an event that may well have brought Linux more mainstream attention than any other in the show’s four-decades-long history.

Much of that heightened focus has been due to the widely trumpeted Ubuntu TV debut, of course — the culmination of Canonical’s mysterious announcement from last week — but there’s certainly been plenty of other Linux-enabled news coming out of this year’s show as well.

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