Software Developer Links of the Week.
  1. Apple isn’t the most hurt today by Amazon’s one-two punch
  2. New Toshiba Thrive Model to Be a 7-inch Flavor, Slated for December Release
  3. Samsung Taps Intel To Build A New Linux-Based Open Source Platform: Tizen
  4. Microsoft’s Samsung Android Patent Troll Win
  5. Top IT skills wanted for 2012
  6. Looks Like We May Be Stuck With Just An iPhone 4S After All
  7. Must I Give Up Windows XP?
  8. How Adobe Plans to Enable More Fluid Web Layouts With CSS Regions
  9. How To View HTML5 Videos on YouTube
  10. Enterprise app makers not fully embracing HTML5 just yet
  11. Creating and Consuming Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Data Services
  12. Why There’s No Such Thing as a Cheap Kindle
  13. Firefox 7 Improves Browser Memory Usage
  14. Review: Minus Desktop Application for Linux
  15. Microsoft kills Google Chrome with bad malware signature
  16. Tablets will replace PCs for many enterprise users
  17. Amazon’s Cloud Gives Its New Browser an Unfair Edge
  18. AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available Online
  19. How to Land a Linux Job
  20. How Adobe Flash Lost Its Way
  21. Nokia Readies Linux OS for Low-end Smartphones
  22. Google Launches Paid Premium Version of Analytics
  23. Will the Kindle Fire Spark Business Interest?
  24. PyCodeConf
  25. Dell Launches New Ultrathin Laptop First in China
  26. JavaScript has problems. Do we need Dart to solve them?
  27. HTML5 Forms: How To Use The New Email, URL, and Telephone Input Types
  28. Google: Microsoft is Competing in Mobile by Harassing Customers
  29. The Apache Software Foundation Statement on Apache OpenOffice.org
  30. Ubuntu 11.10 Ocelot Heads to the Cloud
  31. Android 4.0 delayed, but here’s a taste of ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’
  32. Steve Jobs’ most revolutionary Apple products
  33. Firebird 2.5.1 is officially released for Linux
  34. Juniper Puts Networking Lab in the Cloud (Linux powered)
  35. Is the Ubuntu App Developer Portal a Game Changer?
  36. Engine Yard Brings JRuby to Cloud
  37. Software patents – a protection racket?
  38. JavaScript Prototypical Inheritance Explained
  39. Apache vows to develop, protect OpenOffice
  40. Chrome For Android Next Week, Pipelining Support Arrives
  41. Get Your Apps Ready for Android Ice Cream Sandwich
  42. Dennis Ritchie, father of C programming language, dies
  43. Is Ubuntu Becoming a Poor Man’s OS X?
  44. Mozilla’s 2010 Revenues Hit $123 Million
  45. 12 Common Mistakes New Bloggers Make
  46. Microsoft bringing touchscreens to walls, clothes, and more
  47. Look out: The 10 rising tech trends of 2012
  48. AppMobi Creates XDK Framework for PhoneGap Development
  49. Turn the top of your laptop into a whiteboard with DrawTop
  50. What’s New in HTML5 Forms: Handling Numeric Inputs