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- Tune In. Turn On. Turn Key.
Linux Magazine: "Thanks to the coolness of Linux, the power of Amazon's EC2 services and the entrepreneurial spirit of Alon Swartz and Liraz Siri, TurnKey Linux delivers turnkey solutions to bare metal, virtual infrastructure and to Amazon's EC2 environment in the form of virtual appliances."
- Awesome Music Player That Rocks: Jajuk
TuxArena: "Jajuk is a free, cross-platform music player available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, written in Java. I never used Jajuk before, so I tested it for the first time today, an I'm really impressed. Let me explain."
- Linux distro Sidux reborn as aptosid
The H Open: ""Sidux is dead" - reads the latest news post on the Sidux web site."
- Open Source and Software Allergies
OpenLogic: "One of the reasons they put ingredient labels on food is so you can make sure you won't eat something that might kill you. Why don't we do the same thing with software?"
- Manage your digital camera in Linux with DigiKam
Ghacks: "For those of you who thought managing external devices like digital cameras in Linux was a challenge, I give you DigiKam. DigiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for Linux, Windows, and Mac."
- Limitations of Windows PowerShell vs. Linux SSH/bash
ZDNet: "I've had the opportunity to work with PowerShell recently, on Windows 7. And I have to admit, I'm impressed with some things, but disappointed with others"
- Google Code now accepting all OSI approved licences
The H Open: "Google has announced that its open source Google Code project hosting service now supports any Open Source Initiative (OSI) approved licence."
- A First Look At The 2010 Linux Graphics Survey Results
Phoronix: "Earlier this month we started once again our annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we poll our readers about their choices and opinions concerning graphics cards, display drivers, and other graphics / X.Org related features of the Linux desktop."
- The Great Indian $35 Android Tablet Hoax?
Shantanu's Technophilic Musings: "Another nail in the coffin before this Android tablet lives to fulfill the Indian kids' dreams."
- Why is Linux Email Stuck in the 90s?
Linux Planet: "Why aren't open source mailers keeping up with the rest of the Linux desktop, and being blown away by Gmail?"
- Judge Campbell Rules: IBM Stays on Hold; SCO Loses Again
Groklaw: "Judge Tena Campbell has today ruled against SCO, who had asked to go forward against IBM in SCO v. IBM, without letting IBM go forward on its most significant claims. "The court declines," her order says, to reopen anything now, because too much depends on what happens in SCO v. Novell, and it doesn't make sense to divide the two cases."
- Number of new computer viruses at record high
G Data: "Windows users are still the number one target: 99.4 percent of all new malware of the first half of this year was written for Microsoft's operating system."
- 50 Fantastic Free Android Apps
Datamation: "A free Android app is a wonderful thing. The problem is, the Android App Marketplace is a bit freewheeling, and it can be hard to separate the wheat from the chaff. Lucky for you, we've done the job for you."
- Top 10 Most Hated Tech Mascots Ever
Information Week: "Mascots are marketing personified. When they're good, they're grrreat, as Tony the Tiger, one of the world's more successful mascots might say. When they're lame, uninspired, annoying or perplexing, they might end up on a list like this."
- Windows or Linux: Which is easier to fix?
TechRepublic: "I like to break stuff. Why? It means I get to find things out about what I've broken and it means I get to repair what I have broken. And operating systems are no exception."
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