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|Story||A strangely compromised Linux box||srlinuxx||1||06/11/2009 - 9:48am|
|Story||The trough of disillusionment for Ubuntu?||srlinuxx||2||06/11/2009 - 7:02am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||06/11/2009 - 3:11am|
|Story||Myth of the Bad Ubuntu Release||srlinuxx||13||06/11/2009 - 1:24am|
|Story||Firefox 3.5.5 stability update now available||srlinuxx||06/11/2009 - 12:56am|
|Story||Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 Shines Bright||srlinuxx||06/11/2009 - 12:47am|
|Story||9 Free Linux Distributions: A Linux Free For All||srlinuxx||06/11/2009 - 12:43am|
|Story||kde apps update||srlinuxx||06/11/2009 - 12:42am|
|Story||Another Protocol Bites The Dust||srlinuxx||1||06/11/2009 - 12:40am|
|Story||My Linux Gaming Experience||srlinuxx||05/11/2009 - 10:28pm|
IN THE movie Terminator 2, the villain is a robot made of liquid metal. He morphs from human form to helicopter and back again with ease, moulds himself into any shape without breaking, and can even flow under doorways.
Now a similar-sounding futuristic material is about to turn up everywhere. It is called metallic glass.
Many animals may have their own forms of laughter, says a US researcher writing in the magazine Science.
The Japanese company that launched popular computer data storage units shaped like rubber ducks and sushi started selling a new product Friday - a ghost detector.
A former Microsoft worker was sentenced Friday to two years in prison and ordered to pay $5 million in restitution after he admitted reselling software he stole from the company and using the money to pay off his mortgage, among other things.
REDMOND, Wash. - Mar. 31, 2005 -- Linus Torvalds, on behalf of all Linux users, has entered into a sales agreement with Microsoft valued at 1.4 billion US Dollars.
If we allow ourselves to think out of the box, we will realize that the Microsoft NT kernel is an alternative to Linux, that is both proven and commercial-grade. It has support from nearly all hardware vendors in the world, and practically every PC comes with an license for the NT kernel. This means: the monetary cost of a copy of the NT kernel is close to non-existent for the average end-user.
The Open Source Consortium has established a professional and ethical standards taskforce examining areas traditionally associated with professional standards, such as quality control and project management.
ZDNet UK is launching the IT Priorities reader research programme for 2005 and needs your help - in return you could win an iPod.
Forty years ago, Electronics Magazine asked Intel co-founder Gordon Moore to write an article summarizing the state of the electronics industry. The article outlined what became known as Moore's Law.
One of the oldest and most celebrated online communities is celebrating its 20th birthday on Friday.
Due to wide spread issues with 1.0-7167, NVIDIA has quickly released 1.0-7174. According to the changelog some highlights include:
Sales of computer software to create living wills are surging amid the high-profile debate over Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged Florida woman who died Thursday.
Starting today, we're beginning the roll-out of our new and top secret Infinity+1 storage plan. The key features are:
At Google our mission is to organize the world's information and make it useful and accessible to our users. But any piece of information's usefulness derives, to a depressing degree, from the cognitive ability of the user who's using it. That's why we're pleased to announce Google Gulp (BETA)™ with Auto-Drink™ (LIMITED RELEASE), a line of "smart drinks" designed to maximize your surfing efficiency by making you more intelligent, and less thirsty.
Do you know the origin of April Fools Day? It is believed to have started in France, but the British are credited with bringing it to the US.
REDMOND, WASHINGTON -- In a harshly worded statement, Microsoft today warned that the company would "aggressively defend its trademarks against any unauthorized April Fool's Day jokes, parodies, satires, hoaxes, lampoons, gags, japes, capers, pranks, larks, farces, wisecracks, frolics, mockeries, takeoffs, send ups, humor items, or fake news stories."
No Comdex 2005 IT trade show this November in Las Vegas? No problem, according to IT users interviewed after yesterday's announcement that this year's event is off. It's the second year in a row Comdex has been canceled. One past attendee said Comdex had become a 'flea market'
One of the most popular Weblog-publishing tools, WordPress, is stirring a controversy over search-engine gaming because it included thousands of articles related to popular search terms on its Web site while largely hiding them from site visitors.
Shame on them!
A paralysed man in the US has become the first person to benefit from a brain chip that reads his mind.
Google plans to offer a bottomless cup of storage with its Gmail Web-based e-mail service, dramatically raising the bar for rivals in the sharply competitive business for the second time in a year.