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Story ext4 2.6.25 Merge Plans srlinuxx 1 23/01/2008 - 2:51pm
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Story Open meeting Jan. 23 on future Gentoo release srlinuxx 23/01/2008 - 2:18am
Story some howtos: srlinuxx 2 23/01/2008 - 3:49am
Story Find and Extract Video File Details phillc 22/01/2008 - 10:23pm
Story Mythbusting Linux: Linux is faster than Windows srlinuxx 1 22/01/2008 - 10:51am
Story Mandriva Linux 2008.1 Beta 1 srlinuxx 27/01/2008 - 6:11pm
Story Scheduler Merges for 2.6.25 srlinuxx 26/01/2008 - 8:38pm
Story Free/Open-source First-person Shooter Games srlinuxx 1 26/01/2008 - 7:37pm
Story Adventures in Eee PC land srlinuxx 26/01/2008 - 6:17pm

Teenager Develops User Friendly GNU Linux OS

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Linux

The main feature of this operating system is that, any person who is familiar with Microsoft Windows OS can handle this operating system very easily. The desktop of this operating system is arranged so as to make it friendly to the user. It comes with a wide range of application programs, which are pre-installed. It can be run completely from CD without installation with options of installing a hard disk.

Video game makers seek more fun

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Gaming

We've been going down a road where games have become very complicated and complex and people have been missing that fun factor.

Google's Home Page Gets Personal

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Web

Users will be able to view news, weather, and Gmail messages on the company's home page.

Investors to commercialize open source

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OSS

Increasingly, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists are using open-source software and a subscription-pricing model to build new companies. In particular, the area of open-source infrastructure software, which is typically an expensive purchase for customers, has seen a great deal of activity.

Radio receivers record cosmic rays hitting Earth

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Sci/Tech

A small prototype array in Germany has detected several radio flashes from cosmic rays that smack into the Earth's upper atmosphere.

Price of next-gen gaming? $1,710

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Gaming

Want to enjoy the full experience of a next generation console game? It could cost you somewhere in the neighborhood of $1,710.

Internet Phones Given 911 Deadline

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Sci/Tech

Internet phone providers were ordered Thursday to begin supplying reliable 911 emergency call service after regulators heard an anguished Florida woman describe how she was unable to summon help to save her dying infant daughter.

Big Linux 2.1 (3D) Screenshots

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Linux

A new version of BIG LINUX has been released. Besides being the first Linux distribution with 3D desktop capabilities (in GNOME and KDE), the most important improvement in BIG LINUX 2.1 is the ability to use a web cam with AMSN.

phoronix.com has posted some nice screenshots.

Data theft involving four banks

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Security

Electronic account records for some 500,000 banking customers at four different banks were allegedly stolen and sold to collection agencies in a data-theft case that has so far led to criminal charges against nine people, including seven former bank employees.

Cell phones top lists of what gets us steamed

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Sci/Tech

For a gaggle of reasons — confusing bills, poor customer service, spotty coverage, long-term contracts, handsets that die early — cell phones have become the thing people hate yet can't live without.

BSA slams lack of action over piracy

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Misc

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) urged the UK government on Wednesday to take tougher action against copyright violation to combat the spiralling rate of unlicensed software.

Porn Valley Goes Blogging

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Web

Porn stars, porn gossip scribes and porn production workers are turning to blogs to expose what it's really like to live and work in the San Fernando Valley-based sex industry.

Why the FCC is targeting VoIP 911 calls

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Sci/Tech

Most Americans take it for granted that when they dial 911 they will reach a dispatcher who can immediately summon an ambulance, fire truck or police patrol. Because of a range of technical and other problems, VoIP 911 calls are often unreliable, in particular may be misdirected to emergency-services administrative offices.

Netscape's Two-Headed Monster

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Web

Like something out of Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory, the programmers at Netscape have resurrected a browser that most Internet users had left for dead. Netscape 8 lets you view Web pages using either the Firefox or Internet Explorer engine.

Call for radical rethink of games

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Gaming

Video games have to change if they are to become mainstream, a leading figure in the gaming industry has warned.

Doom Comes to Wireless Phones

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Gaming
Sci/Tech

Jamdat Mobile announced at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles that it has acquired the rights to a wireless version of the popular videogame Doom from game maker id Software. The company will develop and release the game to coincide with the release of a motion picture version of Doom.

Daily Earthquake Forecasts for CA Now Online

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Web

Starting today, Californians will be able to check the Internet for their daily earthquake forecast.

Is your boss monitoring your e-mail?

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Misc

If you're working for a U.S. company, there's a good chance you're being watched--and you may get fired for how you use your computer or office phone.

SourceForge.net Surpasses 100,000

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OSS

SourceForge.net, the world's largest Open Source collaborative development site, has announced that it has surpassed the 100,000th project milestone and registered users have surpassed the one million mark as of May 17, 2005.

How To Use Your Oven To Surf The Web

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Sci/Tech

A new broadband networking scheme could have Web surfers plugging their computers into the oven.

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