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Device Profile: Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

  • LinuxDevices.com (Posted by tadelste on Dec 29, 2005 4:25 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The Linux-powered Nokia 770 Internet Tablet offers convenient Internet browsing and email through built-in WiFi, or via a Bluetooth connection to a compatible mobile phone. The device boasts a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480 pixel touch-screen, plus integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, and a reduced-size MMC (RS-MMC) card slot.

Court library AMPs up (a.k.a. Apache, MySQL and PHP)

Dr. Ronald E. Diener, the systems librarian for the Supreme Court Library of North Carolina, has spent his career developing cataloguing systems. His work on a complex library catalogue for the legal profession, where reliability is de rigeur, provides insights into why the Apache/MySQL/PHP combo was his software of choice.

Linux Firms Say The Software Is Ready For Real-Time Applications

  • Investor's Business Daily (subscription); By Ken Spencer Brown (Posted by dcparris on Dec 29, 2005 3:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: MontaVista
With a fast-growing presence in everything from servers to cell phones, the Linux operating system appears ready for prime time. But is it ready for real time? MontaVista Software thinks so. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company is adding real-time features to its version of the popular software, making it speedier and more rugged. The idea is to have Linux crunch data and deliver results reliably and instantaneously — in real time, so to speak.

Microsoft Wins, Open Standards Lose

  • eWEEK Linux; By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols (Posted by tadelste on Dec 29, 2005 2:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Microsoft
Opinion:CIO Peter Quinn's story tells us that if you go up against Microsoft, you can expect everything and the kitchen sink to be thrown at you.

Buying a New Computer? Buyer be Aware.

All that glitters is not gold. Those way cheap prices you see on new computers are cheap for a reason. If you are considering a new computer in the near future, you might want to take a look at this.

How to setup your keyboard's extra keys in X11

  • Linuxgangster.org; By Dadexter (Posted by natas on Dec 29, 2005 12:43 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: GNU
Well, it's the day after christmas and like me, you got this new keyboard with all those sweet little buttons on top. How to configure that you may ask? Let's explore this together

Designing an Effective Online Store

  • IBM developerWorks; By Document options Set printer orientation to landscape mode Print this page Email this page E-mai (Posted by VISITOR on Dec 28, 2005 11:46 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
The holiday shopping season is upon us, so it's time for another polite rant about how awful online shopping can be -- and why it doesn't need to be that way. Online shopping poses a lot of challenges to Web architects, and, unfortunately, some would rather not pick up the gauntlet. Shopping experiences can easily cross the line from inconvenient to unacceptable, and a disappointed customer might not return. Here, then, are a few things to remember when designing your online store.

Linux System Administration: The Next Step for Power Users

  • LXer.com; By Tom Adelstein, Editor-in-Chief (Posted by tadelste on Dec 28, 2005 9:34 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: LXer Features
LXer Day Desk: 12-28-2005

Personal growth occurs in many ways. Pushing yourself into a new endeavor is one of the most constructive ways to achieve such growth. So, why don't we see more of it? It's often easier to stay with what's comfortable. When you step out on the skinny branches, you put yourself at-risk and that's uncomfortable. Those who can handle the discomfort will find the experience rewarding.

Is Microsoft's XML Format About Openness or Control?

  LXer Feature: 28-Dec-05

Is Microsoft's fight over XML document formats really about Microsoft becoming more "open"? Or is Microsoft really trying to control users? How will you respond?

A look into NepaLinux

  • Kathmandu Post; By Pawan (Posted by tadelste on Dec 28, 2005 8:54 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
- A common Nepali, for long, has had troublesome access to computers due to two main factors – the need to know basic English to use a computer and the high prices of Windows and other proprietary software required for running various applications. The introduction of NepaLinux 1.0 apparently promises to provide solutions to these problems. But is the software as attractive as its slogan to a desktop user?

Archive architecture qualification

Hi all, Following the successful attempt at establishing release qualification guidelines, next on the agenda is addressing the question of amd64, Debian BSD and so forth, by working out some archive qualification guidelines.

Why New Operating Systems Won't Stand A Chance

  • OSNews; By Thom Holwerda (Posted by bstadil on Dec 28, 2005 7:00 PM EDT)
There are many 'really alternative' operating systems currently in existence. Most of them are purely for research, personal enjoyment or as a coding sandbox. Some of them, however, want to achieve wider acceptance. Is that goal obtainable, in the current OS climate?

Ten predictions for the new year

  • Blakeross.com; By Blake Ross (Posted by bstadil on Dec 28, 2005 6:17 PM EDT)
#10

Due to a glitch in Windows Vista, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will mix up his notes at PDC ‘06 and declare: “Developers, developers, developers….We’re going to bury those guys!”

Top Five Open Source Events of 2005

BusinessWeek Online has rated all open source events of this past year, and narrowed them down to the five most important:

1. Red Hat makes money from free software....

Taking Advantage Of Open Source PHP MySQL Applications

One obvious solution is to approach a software development company and obtain a custom built product.

The Web: Fifteen years of browsing

  • United Press International; By GENE J. KOPROWSKI (Posted by tadelste on Dec 28, 2005 4:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
CHICAGO, Dec. 28 (UPI) -- Fifteen years ago this Christmas week, Tim Berners-Lee, an obscure scientist working in a European laboratory, invented the Internet browser, now a fixture of the digital economy, experts tell United Press International's The Web.

Sir Berners-Lee today still lives a simple professor's lifestyle, bicycling around town, as his browser was supplanted by the Mosaic browser developed by a college student, Marc Andreessen at the University of Illinois, a few years later. Andreessen's invention led to the creation of Netscape, the Netscape Navigator and other technologies that enervated to the go-go 1990s run in investment in technology on Wall Street and the creation of millions of jobs and hundreds of Internet companies here and abroad, including now household-names eBay.com and Amazon.com.

Imation 4GB Micro Hard Drive: Still Micro on the Outside, More Giga on the Inside

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Dec 28, 2005 3:05 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Drive Recognized as CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Honoree

Torvalds seeks Linux testers this Christmas

The creator of Linux claims that testing the kernel is the "perfect distraction" for techies who are bored over Christmas

Using Gnulib to improve software portability

Many, if not most, free and open source software projects are developed primarily on Linux-based systems using the GNU C Library (glibc). Projects that use glibc are likely to depend on functions that are not available on systems that use different C libraries, such as the different BSD flavors. When packages are built on systems that don't use glibc they often fail, because the other C libraries are missing functions found in glibc. The GNU Portability Library can help developers with cross-platform programming needs.

Better Than CAN-SPAM If You Live in the U.K.

  • Guardian (Technology area) site; By Paul Lewis (Posted by TxtEdMacs on Dec 28, 2005 1:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community
In the U.S. stopping SPAM by central government connivance is really ineffective. Whereas a small precedent has been set in a U.K. court that if followed, the financial return on SPAM could be lessened. Or as the Guardian put it: "A legal claim against an internet marketing company which has been accused by the recipient of spamming could herald the end to junk-filled inboxes, it emerged yesterday."

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