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28-10-2009, 00:50:02

New DoD Memo On Open Source Software

New DoD Memo On Open Source Softwaredwheeler writes "The US Department of Defense has just released a new official memo on open source software: 'Clarifying Guidance Regarding Open Source Software (OSS).' (The memo should be up shortly on this DoD site.) This memo is important f...
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27-10-2009, 22:50:06

Film Studios May Block DVD Rentals For One Month

Film Studios May Block DVD Rentals For One MonthPonca City, We love you writes "The LA Times reports that in an effort to push consumers toward buying more movies, some major film studios are considering a new policy that would block DVDs from being offered for rental until seve...
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27-10-2009, 20:50:04

UK Law Enforcement Is Against "3-Strikes"

UK Law Enforcement Is Against "3-Strikes"Now that the UK is discussing plans for some form of 3-strikes regime to discourage file-sharing, TechDirt reports that the fans of due process have picked up unlikely allies: the law enforcement and spying establishments fear that a 3-st...
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27-10-2009, 18:50:03

Google Voice Now Works WIth Existing Mobile Numbers

Google Voice Now Works WIth Existing Mobile NumbersIP-192.com was one of several readers to note that Google Voice users can now utilize their existing mobile phone number for collecting voice messages instead of applying for a Google Voice number. From the post at the Google V...
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27-10-2009, 16:50:04

Facebook To Preserve Accounts of the Dead

Facebook To Preserve Accounts of the DeadBarence writes "Social-networking site Facebook is planning to preserve the accounts of dead members. The new 'memorialized' accounts will continue to display photos and wall posts, but remove 'sensitive information' such as status update...
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27-10-2009, 14:50:04

Amazon Cloud Adds Hosted MySQL

Amazon Cloud Adds Hosted MySQL1sockchuck writes "Amazon Web Services has added a relational database service to host MySQL databases in the cloud, and is also dropping prices on its Amazon EC2 compute service by as much as 15 percent. Amazon says the new service lets users focus...
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27-10-2009, 10:50:03

Ares 1-X Ready On Pad, Launch Set For 1200 GMT

Ares 1-X Ready On Pad, Launch Set For 1200 GMTDynaSoar writes "NASA's new Ares I-X rocket is undergoing final preparations for its planned launch test Tuesday, October 27. Launch time is scheduled for 8 AM EDT (1200 GMT). As of noon Monday it appeared that there was a 60% chance...
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27-10-2009, 08:50:02

Asus Releases Desktop-Sized Supercomputer

Asus Releases Desktop-Sized Supercomputerangry tapir writes "Asustek has unveiled its first supercomputer, the desktop computer-sized ESC 1000, which uses Nvidia graphics processors to attain speeds up to 1.1 teraflops. Asus's ESC 1000 comes with a 3.33GHz Intel LGA1366 Xeon W35...
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27-10-2009, 04:50:02

Android Phone Turned Into Virtual Reality Goggles

Android Phone Turned Into Virtual Reality Gogglesandylim writes "After years of hype surrounding virtual reality, including the classic '90s movie The Lawnmower Man, few of us can claim to have experienced virtual reality at home. But what if you could build your own virtual rea...
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27-10-2009, 02:50:03

Psystar's Rebel EFI Hackintosh Tool Reviewed, Found Wanting

Psystar's Rebel EFI Hackintosh Tool Reviewed, Found WantingCWmike writes "While the world focused on Microsoft's launch of Windows 7, Florida-based Psystar quietly launched Rebel EFI, a software product that should worry Apple a lot more than Microsoft's latest operating system....
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27-10-2009, 00:50:02

Netflix Coming To Sony PS3

Netflix Coming To Sony PS3itwbennett writes "'Microsoft has always seemed rather enthusiastic when it comes to throwing around the word 'exclusive,' and here is another case in point,' says blogger Peter Smith. Netflix and Sony have announced that Netflix streaming is coming to ...
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26-10-2009, 22:50:09

Companies to Invade Your Retinas as Soon as Next Year?

Companies to Invade Your Retinas as Soon as Next Year?Engadget is one of many reporting that Brother and NEC both seem to have retina display technology in the works for release next year. Brother, at least, seems to have a fully functional prototype, while so far NEC is mostly ...
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26-10-2009, 20:50:03

"2012" a Miscalculation; Actual Calendar Ends 2220

"2012" a Miscalculation; Actual Calendar Ends 2220boombaard writes "News is spreading quickly here that scientists writing in a popular science periodical (Dutch) have debunked the 2012 date (google translation linked) featuring so prominently in doomsday predictions/speculation...
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26-10-2009, 18:50:18

Geocities Shutting Down Today

Geocities Shutting Down TodayPaolo DF writes "Geocities is closing today. Its advent in 1995 was a sign of the rising 'Internet for everyone' era, when connection speed were 1,000x or 2,00x slower than is common today. You may love it or hate it, but millions of people had their...
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26-10-2009, 16:50:02

Arbitrary Code Execution With "ldd"

Arbitrary Code Execution With "ldd"pkrumins writes 'The ldd utility is more vulnerable than you think. It's frequently used by programmers and system administrators to determine the dynamic library dependencies of executables. Sounds pretty innocent, right? Wrong! It turns out t...
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26-10-2009, 14:50:09

Should a New Technology Change the Patent System?

Should a New Technology Change the Patent System?linuxizer writes "Congress seems poised to turn an effort to create a pathway for generic biotech drugs, such as Remicade, into the exact opposite. Instead of the 5-year protection that traditional pharmaceuticals get, or the 0-ye...
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26-10-2009, 10:50:04

Tilera To Release 100-Core Processor

Tilera To Release 100-Core Processorangry tapir writes "Tilera has announced new general-purpose CPUs, including a 100-core chip. The two-year-old startup's Tile-GX series of chips are targeted at servers and appliances that execute Web-related functions such as indexing, Web se...
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26-10-2009, 06:50:04

Save the Planet, Eat Your Dog

Save the Planet, Eat Your DogR3d M3rcury writes "New Zealand's Dominion Post reports on a new book just released, Time to Eat the Dog: The real guide to sustainable living. In this book, they compare the environmental footprint of our housepets to other things that we own. Like ...
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26-10-2009, 04:50:06

A Possible Cause of AT&T's Wireless Clog — Configuration Errors

A Possible Cause of AT&T's Wireless Clog — Configuration ErrorsAT&T customers (iPhone users notably among them) have seen some wireless congestion in recent months; Brough Turner thinks the trouble might be self-inflicted. According to Turner, the poor throughput a...
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26-10-2009, 02:50:03

A High-Res 3D Video of the Embryonic Heartbeat

A High-Res 3D Video of the Embryonic HeartbeatAn anonymous reader writes "Researchers at the University of Houston, TX, adapted an imaging technique called optical coherence tomography to capture 3D video of the mammalian heart as it forms. They used the method to image a mouse ...
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26-10-2009, 00:50:02

A High-Res 3D Video of the Embryonic Heartbeat

A High-Res 3D Video of the Embryonic HeartbeatAn anonymous reader writes "Researchers at the University of Houston, TX, adapted an imaging technique called optical coherence tomography to capture at 3D video of the mammalian heart as it forms. They used the method to image a mou...
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25-10-2009, 22:50:05

Surgeon Performs World's First 4X HD Surgery

Surgeon Performs World's First 4X HD Surgerydocinthemachine writes with word of some "research just presented at the 65th ASRM on 4K surgery. Using bleeding-edge Hollywood 4K cameras coupled to laparoscopes, surgery was performed in 4K, or 4X the resolution of HD. Since laparosc...
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25-10-2009, 20:50:13

When Software Leaks (And What Really Goes Down)

When Software Leaks (And What Really Goes Down)Bryant writes "The Windows community is somewhat notorious for leaks from upcoming versions of Windows (obligatory link to this guy since that's most of what he does), and while the official PR word from Microsoft and many other com...
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Slashdot
25-10-2009, 18:50:16

Low-Power Home Linux Server?

Low-Power Home Linux Server?mpol writes "For years I've been using a home server with Linux, but recently I've been having doubts about the electric bill. I'm not touched by the recession yet, but I would like to cut costs, and going from a 100-Watt system to a 30-Watt system wo...
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Slashdot
25-10-2009, 16:50:06

Anonymous Browsing On Android Phones Using Tor

Anonymous Browsing On Android Phones Using Torruphus13 writes "Privacy is becoming a scarce commodity, especially with geo-aware phones. Now, Android phone users can browse anonymously using Tor — a capability, until now, limited to the desktop. From the post: 'We have suc...
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Slashdot
25-10-2009, 14:50:02

White House Website Switches To Open Source

White House Website Switches To Open SourceFalc0n writes "WhiteHouse.gov has gone Drupal. After months of planning, says an Obama Administration source, the White House has ditched the proprietary content management system that had been in place since the days of the Bush Admini...
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25-10-2009, 10:50:03

Elder-Assist Robotic Suits, From the Real Cyberdyne

Elder-Assist Robotic Suits, From the Real CyberdyneTasha26 writes "No, not the one which will end up building terminator robots. BBC's Click brings news of a Japanese company, Cyberdyne, which is in the process of building different robotic suits to assist the elderly in accompl...
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25-10-2009, 06:50:02

ARM Launches Cortex-A5 Processor, To Take On Atom

ARM Launches Cortex-A5 Processor, To Take On Atombigwophh writes "ARM launched its new Cortex-A5 processor (codenamed Sparrow) this week, and while it's not targeted at the top end of the mobile market, it is a significant launch nonetheless. The Cortex-A5, which will likely bat...
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25-10-2009, 04:50:02

What If They Turned Off the Internet?

What If They Turned Off the Internet?theodp writes "It's the not-too-distant future. They've turned off the Internet. After the riots have settled down and the withdrawal symptoms have faded, how would you cope? Cracked.com asked readers to Photoshop what life would be like in a...
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25-10-2009, 02:50:02

BBC Planning To Launch Global iPlayer VoD Service

BBC Planning To Launch Global iPlayer VoD ServiceAn anonymous reader writes "The BBC is reportedly mulling over plans to come up with an international edition of its hugely popular iPlayer service, in a bid to allow global audiences to catch up with some of its top shows, accord...
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25-10-2009, 00:50:01

Internet Archive Puts 1.6M E-Books On OLPC Laptops

Internet Archive Puts 1.6M E-Books On OLPC Laptopswaderoush writes "Brewster Kahle of the San Francisco-based Internet Archive announced today that all 1.6 million books scanned and digitized by the Archive will be available for reading on XO laptops built by the Cambridge, MA-b...
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24-10-2009, 22:50:05

Manditory H1N1 Vaccine For NY Health Workers Suspended

Manditory H1N1 Vaccine For NY Health Workers Suspendedlunatick writes "The controversial mandatory swine flu vaccine for health care workers in NY has been suspended. While the reason for the suspension was stated as a shortage of the vaccine, a connection was found Showing Stat...
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24-10-2009, 20:50:14

Now Linux Can Get Viruses, Via Wine

Now Linux Can Get Viruses, Via Winefsufitch writes "Wine has advanced enough to make Linux not immune to Windows viruses. However, just like many Wine applications, it takes a bit of effort to get the program off the ground. Also, just like some Windows programs running via Wine...
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24-10-2009, 18:50:05

Android Goes To the Battlefield

Android Goes To the Battlefieldwiseandroid writes "Google's mobile operating system Android has won plenty of adherents among cellphone makers and gadget manufacturers since its 2007 debut. Now defense contractor Raytheon is preparing it for a more urgent mission: saving lives i...
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24-10-2009, 16:50:06

Caves of the Moon

Caves of the Moonjeno passes along this excerpt from New Scientist: "A deep hole on the moon that could open into a vast underground tunnel has been found for the first time. The discovery strengthens evidence for subsurface, lava-carved channels that could shield future human c...
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24-10-2009, 14:50:02

Universal Phone Charger Approved By UN Body

Universal Phone Charger Approved By UN Bodyandylim writes "Plans for a universal mobile phone charger have been approved by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations body. The charger has a micro-USB port at the connecting end, using technology similar to...
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24-10-2009, 12:50:02

App Store Developer Speaks Out On Game Piracy

App Store Developer Speaks Out On Game Piracytheguythatwrotethis thing sends in a write-up of his experience releasing a iPhone game on the App Store. By using a software flag to distinguish between high scores submitted by...
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24-10-2009, 08:50:04

Symbian Microkernel Finally Goes Open Source

Symbian Microkernel Finally Goes Open Sourceruphus13 writes "Symbian announced over a year ago that they were going to Open Source their code, and the industry has been patiently waiting for that to happen. Well, it finally has. According to news on Wednesday, 'Symbian has relea...
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24-10-2009, 06:50:02

Hulu May Begin Charging For Content Next Year

Hulu May Begin Charging For Content Next YearDJLuc1d tips news that Chase Carey, president and COO of News Corp., has said that Hulu may begin charging for its streamed video content as early as next year. He said at a recent conference that the free-to-air model is not sustaina...
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24-10-2009, 04:50:02

Open Source Voting Software Concept Released

Open Source Voting Software Concept Releasedfilesiteguy writes "Wired is reporting that the Open Source Digital Voting Foundation has announced the first release of Linux- and Ruby-based election management software. This software should compete in the same realm as Election Sys...
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24-10-2009, 02:50:01

Apple Discontinues ZFS Project

Apple Discontinues ZFS ProjectZaurus writes "Apple has replaced its ZFS project page with a notice that 'The ZFS project has been discontinued. The mailing list and repository will also be removed shortly.' Apple originally touted ZFS as a feature that would be available in Snow...
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24-10-2009, 00:50:04

How To Stretch Your Security Dollar

How To Stretch Your Security Dollaritwbennett writes "Taking an aspirin a day will keep you headache-free but it can also reduce your risk of heart attack. You're definitely getting your money's worth out of that bitter little pill. But experts say you can also get additional RO...
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23-10-2009, 22:50:05

Sparc Sends SparkFun Electronics C&D Letter

Sparc Sends SparkFun Electronics C&D Lettermoogied writes "SparkFun.com, a electronics component provider, has been sent a cease and desist letter by Sparc in response to the lengthy trademark process that SparkFun is participating in. The letter states 'Because the dominant...
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23-10-2009, 20:50:06

Android / Windows 7 Dual Boot Netbook Disappoints

Android / Windows 7 Dual Boot Netbook DisappointsBarence writes "PC Pro has got its hands on Acer's Aspire One D250 with both Windows 7 and Google Android installed. Anyone who's played with an Android phone had better get ready for a let-down: Android is far from ready for netb...
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23-10-2009, 18:50:06

When Libertarians Attack Free Software

When Libertarians Attack Free Softwarebinarybits writes 'I've got a new article analyzing the unfortunate tendency of libertarian and free-market organizations to attack free software. The latest example is a policy analyst at the Heartland Institute who attacks network neutrali...
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23-10-2009, 16:50:03

Data Entry Errors Resulted In Improper Sentences

Data Entry Errors Resulted In Improper Sentencesshrik writes "Slate has a look at the efforts of Emily Owens, in 2005 a Ph.D student in economics at the University of Maryland, who 'came across thousands of inconsistencies and errors in the sentencing recommendations provided to...
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23-10-2009, 14:50:02

FCC Begins Crafting Net Neutrality Regulations

FCC Begins Crafting Net Neutrality Regulationsceswiedler writes "The FCC has begun crafting rules for network neutrality. The full proposal hasn't been released yet, but according to their press release (warning, Microsoft Word document) carriers would not be allowed to 'prevent...
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23-10-2009, 12:50:03

Are Game Publishers a Necessary Evil, Or Just Necessary?

Are Game Publishers a Necessary Evil, Or Just Necessary?An editorial at GameSetWatch examines whether game publishers really deserve all the flak they get from gamers and developers alike. While some questionable decisions can certainly be laid at their feet, they're also respon...
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23-10-2009, 10:50:03

History In Video Games — a Closer Look

History In Video Games — a Closer Lookscruffybr writes "Whether it's World War 2, the American Wild West or ancient Greece, history has long provided a rich source of video game narrative. Historical fact has been painstakingly preserved in some games, yet distorted beyond...
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23-10-2009, 08:50:02

Chinese Gov't Pushing Linux In Rural China With Subsidies

Chinese Gov't Pushing Linux In Rural China With SubsidiesnerdyH writes "The Chinese government's 'Go Rural' program offers subsidies up to 13 percent for rural residents who purchase approved nettops or netbooks. The systems come with a version of Red Flag Linux built on the Mob...
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