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- Judge Dismisses Google's Complaint in Android Lawsuit
Redmondmag.com: "Google's attempt to disqualify an expert witness in a legal dispute between Microsoft and Motorola over Android use was rebuffed by the judge this week."
- Top Free Android Podcast Players
LinuxLinks: "here are a huge range of podcasts available ranging from professional radio programmes, a guide to repairing a car, a daily cocktail recipe, or a language lesson."
- Dead Cyborg Brings Excitement, At First
OSTATIC: "I have to confess that even as I grow older, I still love computer gaming and get excited when someone releases a commercial quality game for Linux."
- #LinuxCon: Are Application Developers 'Weanies'?
InternetNews: From the 'Freedom in the Cloud' files:
- What HP Should Do With WebOS?
LinuxBSDos: "The problem with it, as HP indicated, is not the technology, but the competition, which has a cult-like following."
- How To Take Screenshots Of Your Android Smartphone
HowtoForge: "Unfortunately it is not possible to directly take screenshots of an Android phone (e.g. by tapping on a button). This tutorial shows you how you can take screenshots of an Android smartphone with the help of a computer where the Android SDK is installed."
- Researchers Identify First Flaws in AES
Help Net Security: "Researchers have found a weakness in the AES algorithm. They managed to come up with a clever new attack that can recover the secret key four times easier than anticipated by experts."
- Installing Nginx With PHP5 (And PHP-FPM) And MySQL Support On CentOS 6.0
HowtoForge: "This tutorial shows how you can install Nginx on a CentOS 6.0 server with PHP5 support (through PHP-FPM) and MySQL support."
- Choosing sides in the cloud game
IT World: "Canonical has softly announced it would be offering the Cloud Foundry Platform as a Service (PaaS) tool in Ubuntu 11.10, a move that marks a noted preference away from a similar offering from Red Hat."
- New module for Metasploit Framework
Help net Security: "SecureState released a new auxiliary module for the Metasploit Framework that can reduce the amount of time that it takes to visually fingerprint large amounts of web servers."
- Linux Foundation eases open source licensing woes
Open Source Insider: "The SPDX standard has been laid down to help facilitate compliance with free and open source software licenses by standardising the way license information is shared across the software supply chain."
- SUSE: "We don't get the credit we deserve."
ServerWatch: Chair of openSUSE foundation says things are going well but he wants more recognition for the good work that SUSE is doing.
- Notch challenges Bethesda to Quake 3 battle for use of Scrolls name
Geek: "Because his new game is called Scrolls, Bethesda has a problem with it. Notch received a 15 page legal document earlier this month asking him to refrain from using the name because it infringed the Elder Scrolls trademark somehow."
- Parsix 3.7 review
LinuxBSDos.com: "Parsix is a Linux distribution based on Debian Testing. It is a community distribution with roots in Iran."
- Future of Python programming language on a Linux platform
LinuxCareer: "Don't believe the naysayer's hype about Python! With increasing popularity among Linux communities and used by major corporations such as Google, Python is here to stay."
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