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- Atom is dead, strangled slowly by Intel -- MS and Nokia sought as accomplices
Semi-Accurate: "THE BIGGEST LOSER in the tie up between Microsoft and Nokia is none other than Intel. While they may try to put a brave face on the matter, the simple fact remains that their Atom line is now without a future."
- 3 Screen saver on Linux
Linuxaria: "Tired of the �usual� screensaver present on the major Windows Manager? Today we will see some alternative programs that can be used on our linux to have new and original effects."
- Google Files Motion for Leave to File Motion for Summary Judgment on Oracle's Copyright Claim
Groklaw: "Google has sent a letter [PDF] to Judge William Alsup, asking leave to file a motion for summary judgment on Count VIII of Oracle's Amended Complaint in Oracle v. Google."
- Anonymous speaks: the inside story of the HBGary hack
ars Technica: "It has been an embarrassing week for security firm HBGary and its HBGary Federal offshoot...HBGary and HBGary Federal position themselves as experts in computer security."
- Minty Fresh KDE and LXDE: Linux Mint LXDE and KDE 10
Linux.com: "Fans of Mint and KDE or LXDE, February is a good month for you. The Linux Mint project has unleashed the release candidates for Mint 10 LXDE and Mint 10 KDE, and they're looking really good."
- Choosing Java sides
IT World: "One of the FOSDEM sessions that caught my eye was "IcedRobot: The GNUlization of Android," which announced a new project that hopes to take Android and change it so it has a clean-room OpenJDK-based Java VM and will be based on what they refer to as a more standard Linux kernel."
- CRUX PPC 2.7 Released
CRUX PPC: "CRUX PPC 2.7 is now available. It works on Apple 32bit "NewWorld" G3/G4 and Apple 64bit G5, Genesi PegasosII and Efika, Acube Sam440ep, YDL Powerstation, IBM Intellistation POWER and IBM Power Systems servers."
- Gnome Shell is Almost Ready to Rock Your Desktop
MakeTechEasier: "Since then, time has gone by, and while Ubuntu may have decided to go with Unity instead, others have taken Gnome Shell up to the next level. Fedora, among others, will be putting it front and center in future releases."
- SplashTop Releases Its MeeGo-based OS
Phoronix: "While Nokia has effectively abandoned the MeeGo Linux operating system, Intel is still supporting MeeGo along with AMD and other vendors, including SplashTop. SplashTop has today announced the release of their MeeGo-based operating system."
- 4G base-station on a chip runs Linux
Linux Devices: " Freescale Semiconductor announced a Linux-ready system-on-chip family for femtocell and picocell 4G base stations. The QorIQ Qonverge SoCs combine a Power-PC core for the PSC9130/31 femtocell version -- or dual cores for the PSC9132 picocell model"
- Read ODF Documents on Android with OpenOffice Document Reader
Linux Pro Magazine: "Despite its name, the OpenOffice Document Reader (OODR) app for Android can handle not only OpenOffice.org Writer documents, but also LibreOffice and ODF files."
- RSA: Java is the Most Vulnerable Browser Plug-in
eSecurity Planet: "According to Qualys' data, 42 percent of users were running vulnerable out-of-date Java plug-ins. Adobe's Reader was in second at 32 percent followed by Apple QuickTime at 25 percent. Adobe Flash came in fourth at 24 percent."
- Alfresco 3 Business Solutions: Types of E-mail Integration
Packt: "The long-term vision for most ECM systems is to be able to handle almost any kind of content, and for many organizations e-mails are often next in line to manage after content such as documents, images, web content, and records. Alfresco can be used as an e-mail management solution and we will discuss what the difference is between that and an e-mail archiving solution."
- How to find duplicate images on Digikam!
Malik's Blog: "Here is how to filter and locate duplicate images and look alikes on your library. If you are like me and if you have a huge amounts of pictures in your database then this feature is definitely worth it."
- Debate Over Internet Backdoors Heats Up in Congress and in Court
Electronic Freedom Foundation: "Two hearings tomorrow�one in court and one in Congress�will highlight the brewing debate over whether Congress should expand federal surveillance laws to force Internet communications service providers like Facebook, Google and Skype to build technical backdoors into their systems to enable government wiretapping."
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