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Review: Matrox Millennium G550 for PCI Express

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Sep 28, 2005 1:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Matrox Millennium graphics cards have for years proven reliable, with great drivers, good 2D rendering capabilities, and decent resolutions are supported. They let you span or clone two monitors without adding a second video card. The most recent design in the Millennium G series, the G550, has been in production for four years as an AGP and PCI card. Today, PCI Express is replacing AGP as the standard video card interface in newer motherboards, and the Matrox adapter is now available in a PCI Express configuration. Here's what to expect from it.

Enea solution eases HA middleware outsourcing for OEMs

  • EngineeringTimes (Posted by tadelste on Sep 28, 2005 12:48 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Enea recently announced Element, its new high-availability middleware solution for telecom, automotive, industrial control and medical instrumentation applications. According to Terry Pearson, VP of product management for Element at Enea, the release of Element represents a fundamental shift in middleware development, from an inefficient, proprietary in-house model, to a cost-effective, commercial off-the-shelf model. "Element makes it easy for OEMs to outsource their HA middleware, slashing development time and cost, and freeing up precious engineering resources for more profitable value-added tasks such as application and service development," Pearson said.

O'Reilly Network Introduction to Mozilla Firefox

The O'Reilly Network has introduction to Mozilla Firefox entitled What Is Firefox by Brian King of mozdev.

Mini-ITX mobo boasts PCI Express x16 slot

  • (Posted by tadelste on Sep 27, 2005 11:22 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Taiwanese board vendor Arbor Technology claims it is first to ship a mini-ITX motherboard graced with a PCI Express x16 slot. The ITX-i7435 supports several Socket 478 Pentium M/Celeron M processors, and targets multimedia, gaming, and other applications requiring high-quality graphics performance.

Sun Updates StarOffice; Touts Open Document Advantage Over Microsoft

StarOffice 8, which runs on Windows, Linux, and Solaris, supports the Open Document Format. ODF, which is not supported by Microsoft, was recently embraced by Massachusetts as a standard for government purchasing, and other government agencies are expected to follow.

US Citizens should promote Linux and pirates

  • C/Net; By Peggy Whitman (Posted by tadelste on Sep 27, 2005 9:55 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
US intellectual property laws have enable MS to become a virtual monopoly. Now they are moving their production offshore where these laws are ignored, but will still expect to gouge US citizens as they strengthen and enforce their "MS genuine" effort. Sounds like MS now wants to exploit both US citizens and foreign workers.

Trust ST-1200 Internet Phone Station

Trust's £40 ST-1200 Internet Phone Station lets you make free or low-cost Skype internet calls with a cordless or wired conventional phone

Microsoft finds new appetite for Chinese software

SHANGHAI: Global software company Microsoft has stirred to life in China with a string of small but pivotal deals in the past months after years of seeming slumber as the Asian country's market began to mature.

PC-Doctor Opens Beijing Office To Seize Growing Opportunities

Taiwan executive's duties expand as Greater China Country Manager.

BitTorrent's Grab At Respectability

  • Business Week Online (Posted by tadelste on Sep 27, 2005 7:03 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
BitTorrent, the maker of popular file-sharing software used to distribute movies, music, and games both legally and illegally, is going commercial. The company has raised $8.75 million in venture capital from Menlo Park [Calif.]-based Doll Capital Management and plans to create a marketplace for dispensing digital goods.

Javaforge: SVN hosting for your open source project

The fine folks at JavaLobby have just announced a new community for open source Java projects: JavaForge. With and already hosting thriving open source Java development communities, JavaForge is set to distinguish itself with the modern Subversion code versioning system ( and still use the older CVS system) and a raft of other features offered by the CodeBeamer platform.

Open Source Helping to Drive Tech Hiring

  • IT Business Edge (Posted by bstadil on Sep 27, 2005 4:36 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Your company is finding that tech hiring is on the rise, and one of the reasons is increased reliance on open source. What are companies looking for and what has your internal hiring experience been?

Coming Next Year: The First 'Trusted' Linux Operating System

  • InformationWeek (Posted by bstadil on Sep 27, 2005 4:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Red Hat, with help from IBM and Trusted Computing Solutions, plans to put its operating system through the paces of the National Information Assurance Partnership's Common Criteria evaluation program to create the first "trusted" Linux operating system.

Appligent PDF Solutions Span IBM's eServer Families

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Sep 27, 2005 4:14 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
The industry leading PDF manipulation tools have been validated as Ready for IBM's eServer with Linux.

Street Chatter: Red Hat, RealNetworks, and SINA Corporation

A daily feature available on is "Street Chatter." Every day, we'll focus on three newsworthy stocks that are generating a lot of attention on Internet message boards. By digging into the stock's option activity and trading performance, we hope to shed some light on the securities. Appearing in today's Street Chatter are Red Hat, RealNetworks, and SINA Corporation.

Sun lures exec back from Red Hat

Sun Microsystems has rehired Karen Tegan-Padir, an executive it lost to Red Hat last year. Tegan-Padir is now leading development of Sun's Java server software, the computing giant confirmed Tuesday.

Southern California Linux Expo Announces Speaker List

  • New Age Media Concepts (press release) (Posted by tadelste on Sep 27, 2005 3:31 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The Southern California Linux Expo has signed a distinguished list of speakers for SCALE 4x, the fourth annual SoCal Linux Expo. The following speakers have already confirmed their participation: Chris Dibona - Open Source Programs Manager, Google, Inc. Bernard Soriano – CIO, California Department of Motor Vehicles Kevin McElligott - iTech Developers(iTD) David Uhlmann – CEO, Uversa Inc.

Automatic Resolution of Old Unconfirmed Bugs - First Stage Complete

Gervase Markham has announced that the first step towards automatic resolution of old uncofirmed bugs has been completed.

E Ink Launches Electronic Paper Prototype Kits

Lets Engineers Easily Design a Handheld Device Using an Electronic Paper Display

Tutorial: Handling Multiple Displays with x2x

Many screens, one keyboard, one mouse. Ah, what's a Linux technophile to do? Rob Reilly shows you how to use x2x to get multi-screen control for your work area.

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