Linspire is a commercial Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux, then later Ubuntu. The Linspire operating system was meant to be an affordable, easy-to-use Linux-based operating system distributed primarily pre-installed on PCs for home, school, and business users.
Linspire pioneered the CNR Technology, which allows desktop Linux users access to thousands of software programs, packages and libraries, each of which can be downloaded and installed quickly.
|Jun 28, 2012||ZD Net - The Linux desktop, thanks to Chromebooks, goes retail|
|Jun 25, 2012||CNet - In MP3tunes copyright case, EMI wants CEO's assets - CNET|
|May 14, 2012||Ars Technica - Music labels force pioneering MP3tunes into bankruptcy|
|May 10, 2012||CNet - MP3tunes.com locker service files for bankruptcy (exclusive) - CNET|
|Sep 21, 2011||Techworld - Microsoft gets Casio to sign Linux patent deal|
|Aug 24, 2011||Gigaom - Why Michael Robertson of Mp3Tunes deserves our gratitude|
|Mar 29, 2011||Gigaom - Cloud Music Pioneer Glad Amazon Has Joined the Party|
|Mar 29, 2010||CNet - Michael Robertson takes on Pandora, Web radio - CNET|
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