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- The Different Universe of Offline
IT World: "Go offline. The Universe Needs a Break."
- Exclusive: Seagate confirms 3TB drive
THINQ: "After a few weeks of rumours, Seagate's senior product manager Barbara Craig has confirmed to Thinq that �we are announcing a 3TB drive later this year"
- Someone is *Wrong* On The Internet
Linux Journal: "This is a blog post about blog post comments. Not just comments on Linux Journal, but blog post comments in general, especially about blogs that support 'Anonymouse' contributions."
- Workshops tackle Qt, Linux, and i.MX development
LinuxDevices: "Future Electronics and Nokia will host six full-day, hands-on workshops across the North America on using Linux and Nokia's Qt development framework to develop user interfaces (UIs) for Freescale's ARM-based i.MX system-on-chips (SoCs)."
- Microsoft turning into a toothless tiger?
Technology & Life Integrationt: "Many moons ago ( and I am not talking about those drunken moons at passing cars :), while the IT jungle was still fresh and green. There was a big blue king of the jungle. This top monkey position was usurped by an up and coming tiger that, while the tigers name seemed small and soft, it wasn't afraid to show its teeth."
- Debian-Ubuntu relationship: poll summary
LWN.net: "So, I'm now back and with some feedback to share. I'll first post (in this mail) a summary of the replies I got to this "poll" and later on a more general summary of what I did at UDS."
- Distribution Release: Element 1.2
Distrowatch: "Katie McCarley has announced the release of Element 1.2, an Ubuntu-based distribution for home theatre or media-centre personal computers"
- The Secret Identities of Linux Distributions
IT World: "In the embedded space, there's been a lot of talk about whether Android is fragmented, and if that fragmentation will ultimately hurt Android, because developers won't know what version to code for and users won't know which one to use."
- Alexandria Project, Chap. 18: More than One Can Play that Game
Standards Blog: "Crouching like a pack of hyenas on the floor between the subcommittee and witness tables were dozens of photographers, polishing their lenses in anticipation of the kill"
- Linuxcare Returns
Cyber Cynic: "Poor top management decisions led Linuxcare to lose first its way, and, then, years later, to quietly vanish. Now, one of its founders, Arthur F. Tyde III, has brought Linuxcare back from the grave and made it ready for the 21st century."
- Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Debuts With New Filesystems
Linux Planet: "The newest Linux kernel release continues its rapid development pace, adding a pair of new filesystems and boosting virtualization performance."
- WiFi data collection: An update
Google Blog: "So how did this happen? Quite simply, it was a mistake. In 2006 an engineer working on an experimental WiFi project wrote a piece of code that sampled all categories of publicly broadcast WiFi data."
- Google I/O: What to Expect, What to Hope For
Linux Magazine: "At last year's event participants received Android phones with a free month of service, fueling speculation that this year's attendees may receive some goodies as well."
- Bite the Bullet
Jamie's Random Musings: "Sometimes you just have to "bite the bullet" and do what needs to be done, rather than what you would prefer to do, or what you would really like to do. That's what happened to me with my friends' laptop over the weekend."
- Can Froyo 2.2 Save Linux-Based Android From Fragmentation?
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Handsets powered by Google's Android are becoming increasingly popular, but the open source smartphone platform is facing a threat that could cause it to self-destruct."
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