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|Story||6 Awesome GDM Themes for Gnome||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 9:19pm|
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|Story||What's Coming for Open Source in 2010||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 9:09pm|
|Story||Linux & the Large Hadron Collider||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 8:58pm|
|Story||Forget Perfection, Release Your App to the World||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 6:14pm|
|Story||Opera 10.10 Smashes Download Records||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 6:12pm|
|Story||EU set to accept Microsoft browser offer: sources||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 6:10pm|
|Story||Fedora devs keeping OLPC sweet with Sugar||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 6:09pm|
|Story||Trauma – Flash Based Point-and-Click Adventure||srlinuxx||07/12/2009 - 6:07pm|
|Story||What Chrome OS has on Windows that Linux doesn’t||srlinuxx||2||07/12/2009 - 5:55pm|
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, 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.
A new broadband networking scheme could have Web surfers plugging their computers into the oven.
Netscape is expected to release on Thursday the final version of Netscape 8, a Web browser designed to protect users against online scams such as phishing.
More than 4,000 Irish schools could be moving to Sun Microsystems' StarOffice productivity suite after it signed a deal with Ireland's NCTE. The agreement is the second piece of good news for supporters of alternatives to Microsoft.
South African researchers plan to collar dusky dolphins next month with a new tracking device that uses cell phone sim cards.
The Marijuana Policy Project and our allies in Alaska have successfully beaten back efforts to re-criminalize marijuana in Alaska. After months of round-the-clock lobbying and grassroots organizing, marijuana will remain safe and legal in Alaska.
Outclassed? Undoubtedly. Sony's hardware, its software, and even its simple display of confidence in its own product have completely outclassed Microsoft today.
Computer viruses and remote control programs called bots are adopting features from stealthy programs called rootkits to avoid detection, according to researchers.
Cyber criminals are turning their attention to the programs that run many online shops, say experts.
Microsoft Corp. illegally took technology used to link spreadsheet data between two of its programs from a Guatemalan inventor, lawyers said during opening statements at a jury trial that started on Tuesday.
After hearing all of the hype about Linux, I decided to give it a try. That was my first mistake. I soon realized that Linux has more flavors than you can shake a stick at.
I asked a computer savvy friend which was best, and he chuckled and said "Try OpenBSD." He told me that "OpenBSD is the most secure operating system that civilians can legally use," so I decided to install it and see how it compared with Windows.
We now have very limited quantities of t-shirts and girl's shirts in stock,as well as 2005.0 CDs. Hats, hoodies, and jackets have already sold out - be sure to purchase the stuff you want while they're still available!
"Linux itself has been ready for the desktop for years," said Mike Ferris, Red Hat's product marketing manager for Enterprise Linux. "It's just been waiting for the market to catch up."
One in five people in the UK are using instant messaging at work but the majority of firms are failing to regulate its use.
Will the spiritual and gaming worlds transcend their realms? So far, games such as "Spiritual Warfare" and "Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land" have drawn a loyal following by combining biblical themes with mild action.
Rather than remaking itself, Microsoft is using legal threats, short-term deals, and fear, uncertainty, and doubt to fortify its position. But this strategy probably won't work. The Linux operating system and the open-source model for software development are far from perfect, but they look increasingly likely to depose Microsoft.
And now for the sad part. You...Windows users, are going to follow the good shepherd Bill Gates and let him lead you to the shearing house. It's not wool he's shearing from you folks...it's your money.
With the Xbox 360 hardware now laid bare for the whole world to see, attention is turning to the question of games.
Microsoft is once again locked in a battle of wills with hackers determined to find and exploit security holes in the company's software. But this time the buggy code isn't endangering users' PCs -- just their otherworldly alien fortresses.