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- Intel Preparing Native x86 Version of Android 2.2
EnterpriseMobileToday: "Intel is working on a fully native x86 version of Android 2.2 and plans to ship its version of the Google-backed mobile operating system to developers in the next two months."
- Benchmarks Of The Latest Nouveau Gallium3D Driver
Phoronix: "In recent weeks we have published a number of benchmarks showcasing the ATI Gallium3D driver that supports the R300-R500 graphics processors as this open-source driver has been maturing at such an exciting rate with impressive changes and measurable performance gains over a short period of time."
- ASCAP Declares War on Free Culture
ZeroPaid: "The free culture movement is abuzz today over news that ASCAP has requested their members to fight organizations like Creative Commons, Public Knowledge and the Electronic Frontier Foundation over what it claims as an effort to undermine copyright."
- How To Solve Corrupted Recorded OGV Videos in Ubuntu Lucid
Google Buzz: "Thankfully there is a way to make your corrupted video perfect again."
- Mozilla Updates Firefox Crash Protection
eSecurityPlanet: "How long does a Web page need to be unresponsive before it should be considered to have crashed? "
- Top 15 Android Business Apps
CIO Update: "I recently asked a Google spokesperson about how Android stacks up in the enterprise. She insisted that the Android is a consumer device � for now."
- KidZui Internet For Kids Firefox Extension Works Like a Charm in Linux
Tech Drive-in: "KidZui turns Firefox into fun, kid-safe browser and online playground for kids in the age group 3-12, with over a million kids games, YouTube videos, and websites. Or in other words, KidZui Firefox extension turns Firefox into a place where your kids would love to be."
- Why the Eclipse Way Works So Well
DevX: "After seven consecutive years of release trains running on time, what is Eclipse doing right to coordinate and release so many projects at the same time? It all comes down to agility. "
- What Did Microsoft Know About SCO's Plans and When Did It Know It?
Groklaw: "What did Microsoft know about SCO's plan to attack Linux, and when did it know it? And was it a force behind it? We've long wondered."
- NTP: Timing is Everything
Linux Magazine: "If your system time keeps on slippin', slippin', slippin' into the future � or the past � it's time to fix it with NTP. "
- Let's Get Small: Linux Enables Low-Power, Space-Saving Systems
Linux.com: "Space and power are at a premium in today's datacenter, and Linux will be the top choice for smaller and less power-hungry machines powering cloud computing."
- Debian vs. Ubuntu: Contrasting Philosophies
Datamation: "Debian and Ubuntu are distributions that lend themselves naturally to comparison. Not only is Ubuntu a continuing fork of Debian, but many of its developers also work on Debian."
- Bilski loses, but the patent madness continues
Cyber Cynic: "Once upon a time, the U.S. patent system served a useful purpose. It was meant to encourage inventors and innovation. Ha! Boy, was that a long time ago."
- The Alexandria Project, Chapter 23: Sarin? You Thought I Said Sarin?
Standards Blog: "General Chan Bok-choy, ranking general of the Peoples Army of North Korea, was walking across a broad plaza at the side of the President of the Supreme People's Assembly."
- A closer look at Microsoft's morale-boosting numbers
Guardian: "The company's head of PR has put out a fist-pumping set of figures to reassure its staff. But he seems to have left some analysis out. Never mind - we've put it in."
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