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I've been reading this, about a professional basketball team in Germany that "has been relegated to an even lower-tier as a result of being penalized for starting a recent game late—because the Windows laptop that powered the scoreboard required 17 minutes to perform system updates". OK, i understand. You set (or never bother to change) the computer to automatically download and install Windows updates. You are unlucky to have this happen before a game, laptop gets stuck and then you lose time because it wants to install some updates. OK, i understand, you are a bit unlucky. But why oh why i have to read this: "He also said that the team’s Windows laptop will be replaced by an Apple laptop". I couldn't care less if they are going to buy a "Windows laptop" or an Apple laptop, but why they have to spend money on something they can have for free (and it's better than what they already have)? Why do they believe that there's a thing that it's called "Windows laptop" in which you can't install anything else? Please, someone give them a link to download a Linux distro. edit - spelling submitted by DJDB [link] [1 comment]

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I've read the rumor about Samsung being interested in AMD and immediately felt a sense of dread because it seemed like we'd propably loose most of the progress AMD seems to have made on being more open. But I've realised that I don't really know how good or bad Samsung has been to Open Source projects, except that they are a Sponsor to Linux. Anyone got some deeper insight on the merits of Samsung? submitted by TheYang [link] [3 comments]

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