MIT's Nicholas Negroponte lays out a design for a low-cost PC with a twist: Windup power and an innovative display.
Security Technology Allows Hidden Word to Appear When Security Paper is Copied, Faxed or Scanned
MIT’s Nicholas Negroponte lays out a design for a low-cost PC with a twist: Windup power and an innovative display.
Apple Computer's recent announcement that it will switch from IBM's processors to Intel's is just one in a stream of recent flip-flops rattling the computer industry. Consider also the hitherto nonprofit Mozilla establishing a for-profit subsidiary
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The Government Open Source Conference 2005 (GOSCON 2005) will be held in Portland, Oregon on October 13-14.
Red Hat Inc has announced that version 5 of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system is in the process of being certified with EAL4 of the Common Criteria security certification, even though the product is roughly a year away from general availability.
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Oracle has moved its whole business on to a Linux platform and strongly recommends regional business to do the same thing. AME Info caught up with David Keene, Director of Product Management and a top Linux expert at the Gitex computer show in Dubai.
The open-source database MySQL has been published in Version 5.0.13, the first edition of the 5.x development branch, which the manufacturer has designated a Release Candidate. Though the release date of a stable version is still a matter of speculation, the competition which MySQL launched on the occasion of the publication of the Release Candidate provides something of a hint. Anyone who within the next eight weeks finds and reports a bug in this version stands a chance of winning an iPod nano, the rules of the competition state. Anyone moreover who in addition in a blog relates his or her experiences with MySQL 5.0 can with a little bit of luck win free entry to the next MySQL Users Conference and will there be invited to have dinner with the team of developers.
Too many technical books provide superficial coverage of their subject matter. Samba-3 by Example by John H. Terpstra, a long-time member of the Samba Team, is one of the rare titles that actually delivers the goods.
What common goal is shared by the Toledo Area LUG and Toledo Hip-Hop? Building a recording studio with open-source software that the whole community can use.
eCosCentric has certified ports of Jungo's USB stacks to its small-footprint, open source embedded OS. The Jungo Embedded USB Software Stacks for eCos include OTG (on-the-go), host
Trusted Computer Solutions together with Red Hat and IBM announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux is in Common Criteria evaluation on a broad range of IBM eServer systems. This evaluation will mean that the Red Hat Enterprise Linux meets government security standards for assured information sharing within and across government agencies.
Linux desktop users looking for better interoperability between Microsoft and open source office apps should check out the recently-launched StarOffice 8 release from Sun.
Ecora's Enterprise Auditor has built-in HIPAA reports that map directly to the act's security rules, making it easier to quickly generate compliance reports.
I wanted to write an article on the strengths of OpenVPN, but I just can't get the message out without first talking about the serious insecurities I see in the rest of the SSL Virtual Private Network (VPN) space. The SSL VPN market has blossomed in the last five years in response to dissatisfaction with the traditional VPN technologies, namely the insecure Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), and the complex and intrusive IP Security (IPsec) standard. SSL VPNs have roared into the VPN space with the claim of high security, ease of use, and robust feature sets that eclipse the existing technologies. Whenever I hear that combination of claims, my brow furrows and I see that it's time to start digging.
roseman wrote in to tell us that Blogcritics.org has a review of Firefox Secrets, the new SitePoint Mozilla Firefox book by Cheah Chu Yeow.
IBM is further extending its server family with the introduction of a complete line of new entry servers including the new IBM xSeries 100 server. The x100, the newest member of IBM's expanding Express Portfolio for small-medium businesses (SMB), is the most affordable server entry point available from a top-tier server vendor. The x100, along with the new xSeries 206m and xSeries 306m systems, provide enterprise-class capabilities to more SMB customers than ever before.
IBM developerWorks has an article about the XML features in Mozilla Firefox 1.5. In addition to covering plain XML and XHTML, the piece also provides brief overviews of XML-based technologies such as SVG, MathML, ECMAScript for XML (E4X), XSLT, XForms and the Extensible Tag Framework (XTF). The article is the first in a series, so we presume that later parts will go into more detail.