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- RHEL-based Scientific Linux 6.0 released
The H Open: "The developers of Scientific Linux have released version 6.0 of their Linux distribution for x86-32 and x86-64 systems."
- Red Hat: 'Yes, we undercut Oracle with hidden Linux patches'
Channel Register: "Red Hat has changed the way it distributes Enterprise Linux kernel code in an effort to prevent Oracle and Novell from stealing its customers, making it more difficult for these competitors to understand which patches have been applied where."
- Kororaa GNU/Linux is back
IT Wire: "GNU/Linux distributions are like ships in the night - they come and go and sometimes disappear from sight altogether. Some last just a few months, while others, despite being the brainchild of a single individual, stay on for years and years."
- A 13 Line Patch That Boosts Intel Sandy Bridge Performance
Phoronix: "After some initial Linux troubles, last month we finally got Intel Sandy Bridge graphics working under Linux. The latest Intel CPUs (such as the Core i5 2500K) with integrated graphics are blazingly fast, and the classic Intel Mesa driver was fast compared to other open-source Mesa / Gallium3D drivers"
- Android, MeeGo & WebOS need to get going on tablets: Now
ZDNet: "I have a confession to make. I use Linux more than I do any other operating system by a wide margin, but I also use a lot of Apple products."
- Web Video Rivalry Sparks U.S. Probe
Wall Street Journal: "The Justice Department is investigating whether a group representing some top technology firms is unfairly trying to smother a free rival technology for delivering online video that is backed by Google Inc., according to people familiar with the matter."
- Editor's Note: 'Book of Audacity' is Here!
A book is more than a pound or two of paper, it is the most valuable thing on Earth: Knowledge and experience in a compact, portable, durable form.
- Google's Android Spurs More App Jobs Than iPhone
Business Week: "Online job board Dice.com says its listings show demand for developers of Android applications has eclipsed the desire for Apple app developers"
- KDE developers are sticking to Qt
The H Open: "Announced at the beginning of this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC), the partnership between Microsoft and Nokia will see smart phones from the Finnish manufacturer running the Windows Phone 7 operating system"
- How to Install Open-Xchange on Debian Linux
Linux.com: "Since its beginnings as a Microsoft Exchange alternative for small- to medium-sized businessed, the Open-Xchange collaboration suite has stretched a bit beyond just a messaging solution. The flagship product, Open-Xchange Server, is regarded as a full collaborative platform, particularly with the addition of the Infostore document sharing module."
- London Stock Exchange: What really went wrong
Computerworld UK: "The London Stock Exchange has made a U-turn on the system requirements placed on data vendors such as Thomson Reuters, Interactive Data and Bloomberg, after three weeks of problems since the launch of its new trading platform. "
- Tech Comics: "What Are These Geeks Talking About?"
Datamation: "Given certain product release cycles, it's not hard to discern what some geeks find worthy of discussion."
- Ubuntu Security: Holes Found, Holes Fixed
ZDNet: "Oh my God! There are security holes in Ubuntu 10.04! The sky is falling!"
- Saab squashes Apple for Android
The Age: "Shove over, Apple. There's a new, equally smart in-car computer system in town, and Saab is not afraid to use it."
- Impoundment Issues and an Agreement on "Narrowed" Subpoenas in SCEA v. Hotz - Updated
Groklaw: "The parties in SCEA v. Hotz have been trying to work out their differences about the impoundment protocol. The parties can't agree, so they have written a joint letter to the magistrate judge, Judge Joseph Spero, laying out their conflicting positions"
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