|Story||Striking the Right Gnote||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 10:11am|
|Story||Is Linux finally ready for the Desktop takeover?||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 10:10am|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 5:30am|
|Story||Invisible Linux: The Details||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 2:50am|
|Story||Open for nominations||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 2:49am|
|Story||Forget Moblin! UNR rocks on the Classmate||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 2:47am|
|Story||KOffice 2.0.0 tagged for release||srlinuxx||27/05/2009 - 2:44am|
|Story||LinuxCon promises to bridge communities||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 11:41pm|
|Story||Review: System76 Pangolin Performance laptop||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 11:38pm|
|Story||An early look at Firefox 3.5||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 11:36pm|
A full day Developer (and User) Conference will be held in conjunction with LinuxWorld Expo 2005 in San Francisco on August 12th.
When Windows Vista ships in late 2006, Windows will mimic many features of Apple's Tiger.
A group convened by the UN last week to thrash out the future of the net is calling for an end to US domination of the net, proposing that instead a multinational forum of governments, companies and civilian organisations is created to run it.
A worm that targets gamers is making the rounds, tapping into popular titles and peer-to-peer file sharing, a security company has warned.
A pioneer of software that tailors pop-up ads to Internet users' browsing habits is beginning to shun a practice that has invited much derision and plenty of lawsuits. A new service Claria Corp. is launching this month will still deliver advertising to the computer desktops of Web surfers. Only this time, they won't be annoying pop-ups.
When Adam Laurie stays at hotels, he says he can hack his way around paying for premium TV channels, the minibar and phone calls.
Computer hackers worked through the weekend to expose a flaw that could allow an attacker to take control of the Cisco Systems Inc. routers that direct traffic across much of the Internet.
I have fond memories of Pink Floyd, though i can't remember exactly where I put them. No rock band scattered more brains in the interstellar wind than the Floyd, whose psychotropic 1973 album "Dark Side of the Moon" is still the best-selling album by a British band, ever, after spending decades on the Billboard charts.
I did my time in thrall to Pink Floyd, and had the laser-beam tan to prove it.
The staff of the United States Patent and Trademark Office has been deluged with paperwork from Microsoft of late. It was one year ago that the company's chairman, Bill Gates, announced plans to pick up the pace, raising its goal of patent applications submitted annually to 3,000 from 2,000. The company is right on target.
To critics of violent games, video game hackers have become the new threat to America's children because they modify the most popular games to include sexual content.
An amazing thing has happened over the past decade: Laptop computers, once expensive niche products, have become commonplace devices. In selecting a laptop, it's size, durability and adaptability that matter, not muscle.
Baidu.com takes its name from a 900-year-old poem but its ambitions are ultramodern - to become the Chinese-language equivalent of Internet search giant Google Inc. Little known abroad, 5-year-old Baidu.com says it already is the world's sixth most-visited Internet site, thanks to a strong following from China's 100 million-plus Web surfers.
Argentine authorities have detained 15 people, including a Spanish national, in connection with a multi-million euro (dollar) online banking fraud, the Spanish interior ministry said.
The Canadian Supreme Court is urging Parliament to pass clearer laws against Internet crime.
An Auckland clinic has been given the go-ahead to begin screening embryos for parents wanting to give birth to babies without genetic disorders.
One day several weeks ago, we received an e-mail from a representative from Connect3D. They wanted to send us a new ATI Radeon X800 for us to review under Linux. We couldn't turn them down. So here we have the results.
On the Web you'll find the Infinite Cat Project but no Infinite Dog. My Cat Hates You is big on the Web, but there is no site named My Dog Hates You. Cats are the Web's it-animals. They're everywhere. Why cats and not dogs?
The two Chicago residents lived three blocks from each other, but they had no idea. They were on their PCs, at home, when they figured it out. Today they're dating.
The head of the Senate Commerce Committee warned online file-sharing companies this week that if they do not crack down on piracy and pornography available via their networks, Congress will force them to act.
Cisco/ISS go after websites in IOS spat while Whistle-Blower Faces FBI Probe.