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- Over $50 Billion NOT Lost due to Software Piracy
IT News Today: "If you've been paying attention to the IT industry for the last year or so you probably already know where I'm going with this: Making a claim that $50 billion was lost last year due to piracy is a very bold claim, and cannot be proven"
- Running Windows games on Linux gets easier
Cyber Cynic: "One constant complaint about the Linux desktop is that it doesn't have enough games. That's actually not true. Linux has plenty of games. What these people usually mean is that it doesn't have their favorite Windows games. That's changing now. "
- Ubuntu flirts with Chrome instead of Firefox
Bit-Tech: "The next edition of the Ubuntu Linux distribution could come with added Google, with rumours circulating that Canonical is looking to replace Mozilla's Firefox with Google's Chrome browser."
- Editor's Note: What Jon Stewart Said, I Say Too. A lot.
You think Richard Stallman is icky? Well I think getting punked by big business is a whole lot ickier.
- Konsole's user interface changes
Sascha's Hideout: "Konsole does a brilliant job at being a terminal emulator but it doesn't follow user interface standards set by the majority of KDE apps very well. The remainder of this post is mostly about the menu bar and popup menus."
- An afternoon in Tiny Core
Click: "After slogging through Firefox in Ubuntu 10.04 for the morning, not the most satisfying experience on my 1.2 GHz Celeron system, I decided to run Tiny Core 2.11 in the afternoon."
- Ubuntu Light Shuts Out Future Ubuntu Moblin/MeeGo Remixes
IT World: "When Canonical announced its Ubuntu Light platform for netbooks and platforms Monday morning, a lot of fuss was made about the new Unity interface, the capability of Ubuntu Light to act as an instant-on environment for users of these devices who just want to surf, and the general coolness of the plan."
- Tech Comics: "How to Become Invaluable"
Tech Comics: "Upper management is important, but certain key tech staffers are far, far more important."
- Network video recorder, powered by Linux, ultra stable and loaded with features
Handle With Linux: "QNAP VS-5020 VioStor NVR (Network Video Recorder) is a high performance network video surveillance system for high-end IP-based real-time monitoring and video recording. Powered by Intel 1.6GHz CPU and 1GB DDRII memory, the Linux-embedded NVR supports 20-channel H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG recording"
- Heroes Of Newerth Gone Retail !
Linux Gaming News: "Today the DOTA mod remake Heroes Of Newerth from S2games has gone retail ! S2Games made GNU/Linux clients for their Savage series and HoN is no exception ! It runs pretty good on GNU/Linux and offer a native 64-bit client."
- Bordeaux 2.0.4 for Linux Released
Wine-Reviews: "The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.4 for Linux today. Bordeaux 2.0.4 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of small bugs. With this release we have changed the Bordeux UI from a GTKDialog to a GTKWindow, the "OK" button has also been re-named to "Install"."
- 5 Browsers You've Never Heard Of
Linux & All: "Over the past few years many different browsers have been created and become very popular for example Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, however, there are many browsers which are generally unheard of among the majority of web users. Here are 5 of them"
- Ubuntu Learns New Tricks, Forgets Some Old Ones With Lucid Lynx Upgrade
LinuxInsider: "Ubuntu's latest Lucid Lynx upgrade gave the distro a needed facelift and endowed it with a speed boost as well. Users may find the new music store attractive, and social network butterflies can pipe friends' updates directly into the OS."
- Open Source Deduplication: Ready for Enterprises?
Enterprise Storage Forum: "In just a few years, data deduplication has gone from a technology with a lot of promise that only very large enterprises could afford to one that is nearly ubiquitous for making the most of backup and recovery."
- Android 2.2 to include WiFi hotspot creation and tethering
Neoseeker: "Google has been working diligently on its Android phone OS, and update 2.2 is coming up quite soon. So far, the Linux-derived phone OS is selling well, recently thought to have overtaken the iPhone in monthly sales."
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