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- RIAA Wants Gov. to Delete Your Illegal Downloads
Tom's Guide: "Big Brother is watching you. Actually, it's the RIAA and the MPAA, especially if you're parked on a BitTorrent client. "
- 7,500 Online Shoppers Unknowingly Sold Their Souls
Fox News: "A computer game retailer revealed that it legally owns the souls of thousands of online shoppers, thanks to a clause in the terms and conditions agreed to by online shoppers."
- Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.34 (Part 1) - Network Support
The H Open: "Expected for release in May, Linux kernel version 2.6.34 contains several new network drivers and various advancements designed to improve network performance or increase network configuration flexibility, which will particularly impact virtualisation."
- Linux AI robot baby dinosaur
Handle With Linux: "Watch this: a Linux powered baby dinosaur, with a arm processor heart. The robot runs Live OS. An embedded, linux based operating system which features a custom programming language, giving the possibility to interact with the robot on the programming level"
- Inside a Migration
OSNews: "You mentioned (pre-interview) your organization is looking at making a move to Linux servers. What operating system have you been running and what prompted the change?"
- Editor's Note: the Quest for the Perfect Desktop Linux
The perfect Linux is different for every user. I'm not so much into the "noob" distros because they don't seem to age well. So what makes a perfect desktop Linux?
- Darkness Visible: Making Patent Absurdity Patent
Open Enterprise: "Regular readers of this blog may have noticed that I write a lot about software patents. The reason is simple: they represent probably the greatest single threat to free software, far beyond that of any individual company."
- Notes from ODF Plugfest in Granada, Day One
Zona-M: "The ODF Plugfest is a Conference whose goal is to to achieve the maximum interoperability between competing applications, platforms and technologies in the area of digital document sharing, and to promote the OpenDocument format (ODF)"
- Orange Copies AT&T, Stifles Openness On Android Devices
CoolTechZone: "As we know, AT&T has decided to lock down Android devices and limit app installation from the Android Market. Not that we support this notion, but fine. Orange is taking it one step further in stifling Android and its open nature."
- A Day in the Life of a Coder
Tech Comics: "Sometimes getting started in the morning is the hardest part of a long day."
- Distribution Release: Dragora GNU/Linux 2.0
Distrowatch: "Matias Fonzo has announced the release of Dragora GNU/Linux 2.0, a 100% "libre", general-purpose distribution built from scratch:"
- Powerful Video Editor Lightworks Released as Open Source
OStatic: "EditShare, the company behind Academy and Emmy award-winning video editing software Lightworks announced plans to release its product under an open source license."
- Acer Aspire AS5738PG Netbook review
Linux User and Developer: "For a Linux developer interested in touch computing, the Acer 5738 represents an interesting option for developing touch-screen apps and working with eventual touch versions of Linux distros."
- Build It And They Will Come
Linux Journal: "Well, actually, no they won't. I'm talking about purchasing and installing a brand new Linux cluster in a pure Windows shop and having any expectations that it will be used."
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