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- In Search Of... Android Tablets
Tech Broiler: "Along with Bigfoot, the lost city of Atlantis, and the Bermuda Triangle, the lack of Android tablets continues to be an unsolved mystery."
- MeeGo Selected as Platform to Power In-Vehicle Infotainment Devices
Linux Pro Magazine: "GENIVI, the nonprofit industry alliance that was founded by BMW, Delphi, Intel, GM, PSA, Wind River and Magneti-Marelli, announced that MeeGo would become the operating platform for the next generation of In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) devices."
- CodeWeavers Releases CrossOver 9.1 And CrossOver Games 9.1 For MAC And Linux
Wine-Reviews: "On the heels of the highly-anticipated release of Wine 1.2, CodeWeavers, Inc. today announced the simultaneous release of CrossOver 9.1 and CrossOver Games 9.1 for both Mac and Linux."
- Warning: Five Things to Know Before Switching to Linux
PC World: "A happy customer might tell someone. An unhappy customer tells everyone. Converting to Linux before taking a dose of reality might make you a very unhappy customer."
- Ubuntu 10.04: A Second Look
IT News Today: "After I review an operating system or Linux distribution, it's always fun to go back and try out the product again, with all updates, and see how it's improved. Ubuntu 10.04 was something I thought was pretty decent, but not decent enough to steal me away from Arch."
- KDE 4.5 Screenshot Tour
Abhi Blog: "KDE 4.5 is coming out in August but I simply couldn't wait to try it out a few days before the release. Hence, I got my hands on the Release Candidate v2 via kubuntu-beta ppa.Apart from some dazzling eye candy,KDE4 has matured a lot when it comes to stability."
- DNSSEC is Here. Now What?
Enterprise Networking Planet: "Two years ago at the Black Hat USA 2008 conference, security researcher Dan Kaminsky detailed a critical flaw in DNS that could have destroyed the Internet as we know it. Two years later, the root zone of Internet DNS is now signed with DNSSEC, partially as a response and a solution to Kaminsky's 2008 finding."
- LVM, RAID, XFS and EXT3 file systems tuning for small files massive heavy load
Linux Blog: "We reduced the CPU I/O wait from 30% to 0,3% (XFS) and 5% (EXT3) with these combined previously undocumented file system tuning tips."
- 35 Dollar Indian Pad? Go Indians, Go!
Linux Pro Magazine: "By now you probably have heard about the �pad� computer designed in India that is being touted as costing thirty-five U.S. Dollars to manufacture. While there is very little in the way of technical details about it, some information has been published that says it consists of:"
- Slashdot Struggles to Remain Relevant in The Social Web
New York Times: "Surprisingly, tech news community Slashdot was not in the list of top referrers. In fact, according to Woopra CEO John Pozadzides, Slashdot "drives close to 0% of traffic to the sites Woopra measures.""
- Python development - the golden rules
Linux User and Developer: "As part of his massive Python Masterclass article, Kunal Deo drew up some golden rules when working with Python."
- Digital Copywrongs
The American Prospect: "New DMCA exemptions are an improvement, but the basic paradox of telling consumers how they may use electronics remains unaddressed."
- ATM hack gives cash on demand
PC World: "Windows CE-based machines can easily be made to dole out cash, a security researcher says"
- Systems Administrators Changing Roles
OStatic: "It's a sad truth that advancements in technology often make jobs obsolete, usually sooner than most people are ready. The more savvy workers learn to keep up with the times..."
- Toshiba NB300 netbook review
Linux User and Developer: "Pros: It's a pleasing design with some of the best netbook technology on the market"
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