|Story||New Open Source Linux Viewer||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 10:54pm|
|Story||The Digital Tipping Point: Free film made with free tools||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 10:51pm|
|Story||SUSE Linux Enterprise 11||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 7:57pm|
|Story||5 BitTorrent Clients for Linux||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 7:56pm|
|Story||Creating Reports in OpenOffice.org Base||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 7:54pm|
|Story||Linux gets reseller friendly||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 7:52pm|
|Story||Mint 6 “Fluxbox” Mini-Review, Desktop Emphasis||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 7:50pm|
|Story||Android 1.5 "Early Look" SDK available||srlinuxx||1||14/04/2009 - 4:08pm|
|Story||Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 4:01pm|
|Story||the sorry state of Linux||srlinuxx||14/04/2009 - 3:59pm|
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I saw Dark Water last weekend and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory this weekend and this is what I think about these latest productions in theaters now.
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Engineers and programmers worried about impending layoffs at Hewlett-Packard, which announced on Tuesday that it plans to cut 14,500 jobs, might want to start sending their resumes around internally.
Video game maker THQ Inc. are planning to make a movie based on their recently released game, Destroy All Humans!
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Following last week's leak starring the Xbox 360 kid, a French site, has posted what looks like a picture of the Xbox 360 motherboard. If this picture is really a photo of the Xbox 360 innards, it must have been taken from the recently released beta dev kit, which according to rumors includes beta silicon of the Xbox 360 GPU designed by ATI but still have a dual-core version of the PowerPC 970 chip from IBM.
IF LIFE exists on Titan, Saturn's biggest moon, we could soon know about it - as long as it's the methane-spewing variety. The chemical signature of microbial life could be hidden in readings taken by the European Space Agency's Huygens probe when it landed on Titan in January.
Take Two isn't the only one blaming the modders. In its Wednesday press release, the ESRB said it "calls on the computer and video-game industry to proactively protect their games from illegal modifications by third parties, particularly when they serve to undermine the accuracy of the rating."
If there was any doubt about the power of blogs, consider the case of Michael Gee. A part-time journalism professor at Boston University, Gee was fired recently after he posted comments in a blog about the looks of a female student in his course.
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