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Apps-to-go site looks for gold and community

Launched in December, Portableapps.com is a community site in which Haller and other developers offer versions of standard software that a person can take with them on a flash drive, a storage device that uses flash memory and is small enough to attach to a keychain. The hardware runs off a PC's USB port.

Reducing Your Memory Usage in Firefox

  • Moneycontrol Tech Blog; By Aalaap Ghag (Posted by hkwint on Apr 10, 2006 3:39 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Mozilla
On tech.moneycontrol.com, reader Aalaap Ghag has collected two ways to reduce memory usage in Firefox.

In his post, he links to two articles: One about a tweak in the preferences and one about http://tech.cybernetnews.com/2006/04/04/reducing-your-memory..."> extensions .

On-chip debug technology runs on Linux

  • Electronics Talk; By Macraigor Systems (Posted by hkwint on Apr 10, 2006 3:15 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: GNU, Linux
Macraigor Systems has ported its proprietary OCDemon on-chip debug technology to the Linux platform using the newly introduced usb2Demon and debug interface.

This new port gives engineers who prefer developing on a Linux host platform the high speed and flexibility of using the usb2Demon to successfully debug, test and program the target system.

Exchange Killer On The Loose?

April 10th, 2006: One of the world's most popular message transfer agents is going Open Source. A surprise, as most people thought it was already.

Open University Students Around the World Learn Database Development Skills with Sybase iAnywhere Software

SYNOPSIS: World's largest open and supported distance learning university standardizes on SQL Anywhere for relational databases course.

Nokia and Linksys to Drive Mobile Technologies Throughout the Digital Home

Nokia 770 Internet Tablet Bundled With Linksys Wireless Routers and Gateways To Create New "Go Wireless at Home" Solution

Debian has a new leader!

  • ZDNet Australia; By Steven Deare (Posted by daria42 on Apr 10, 2006 1:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Debian
The widely-used Debian GNU/Linux distribution has a new project leader following an election process spanning several weeks.

Microsoft's Support Of Linux Shows Rising Importance Of ...

Microsoft stunned LinuxWorld attendees last week by pledging to support Linux virtual machines on its Virtual Server and revealing free virtual machine additions for Red Hat Linux and Novell SUSE Linux. It wasn't the only dogs-playing-with-cats kind of moment last week: Apple offered up software to let Windows run on Intel-based Macs.

Cast Iron Systems' iA3000

No matter what technology you might be considering as part of your Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementation, there's sure to be a hefty number of mundane data integration tasks required within your enterprise.

Regina Lynn: Sexually Open

Tux needs to get laid more, at least if free open source software is going to mature and grab its place in the multi-billion dollar sex tech industry. As this candid and highly personal interview with Wired.com Sex Drive columnist Regina Lynn explains, the sex tech industry is a vast and important business network, driving billions of dollars and millions of lines of code every year into technology that interoperates with the desktop PC. For the short term, much of that code is proprietary, and much of the content is DRM'd. It's time for Tux to grab that situation by the balls, and turn the sex tech industry upside down, in much the same way he has done in other areas of high tech.

People Behind KDE: Kenneth Wesley Wimer II

An Interview with Kenneth Wesley Wimer II

Windows security on your Mac

That's right, for the first time you don't have to choose between buying an Apple Mac or a Dell or a HP; the Apple Intel-based Macs give you operating system variety like never before.

Mysql, Oracle Sign Multiyear Deal on InnoDB

After Oracle acquired Innobase in November, speculation was rife as to whether Oracle, which competes with MySQL, would renew the agreement with the open-source database company.

Kubuntu in Trouble

Developers are voicing complaints that Canonical is not supporting them.

Enterprise Linux desktops are for real - are you?

An expert in deploying open source throughout the enterprise tells us how to wean ourselves off the Microsoft drug forever.

Undp program sets up Asia Pacific open source centers

Three open source "centers of excellence" were recently established to aid research and development, and advocate the use of free or open source software in the Asia Pacific region, INQ7.net has learned.

Mozilla Firefox 3.0 Alpha 1 (Deer Park Alpha 2)

Download page for F3

Brue Perens speech at LinuxWorld

Here's the text of my press conference at LinuxWorld Expo Boston.

Chinese Linux market reached $11.8 mln in 2005

According to IDC, China's Linux market revenue reached $11.8 mln in 2005, up 27.1% over 2004.

OpenOffice aims to boost lagging performance

OpenOffice.org is working to iron out several performance bottlenecks following complaints that the application takes relatively long to start up, especially on Linux systems.

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