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Posted by meshal on Monday, January 23, 2006 @ 20:21:35 EST (5144 reads)

CyberLink, best known for its PowerDVD playback software, recently announced the launch of the PowerCinema Linux, which is supposed to be an easy way of converting a PC running Linux into a TV entertainment center that features analog and digital TV, radio, Teletex and electronic program guide browsing.? 

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Posted by meshal on Wednesday, January 04, 2006 @ 20:57:23 EST (4944 reads)

Motorola said hello to Linux and goodbye to Apple with its new ROKR E2 phone today, an update to the first iTunes phone that fixes many of the ROKR's problemsβ€”but lacks iTunes.  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Wednesday, November 30, 2005 @ 05:22:59 EST (4961 reads)

Firefox 1.5 is our next major release of our award-winning Firefox Web browser. More information about Firefox is available.

These Release Notes cover what's new, download and installation instructions, known issues and frequently asked questions for the Firefox 1.5. Please read these notes and the bug filing instructions before reporting any bugs to Bugzilla
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Posted by meshal on Monday, November 07, 2005 @ 11:54:21 EST (4688 reads)
groklaw.net:
The supremely funny SCO Group has now topped even itself. They have asked IBM to turn over "all documents concerning IBM's contributions to the Linux 2.7 kernel," including "development work."

There is no Linux 2.7 kernel.

Please, please, please, let SCO ask the court to sanction IBM for refusing to hand over the 2.7 materials. Pretty please?
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Posted by meshal on Thursday, November 03, 2005 @ 08:54:49 EST (4830 reads)

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Posted by meshal on Monday, October 31, 2005 @ 18:21:39 EST (4581 reads)
news.com.com :
Google plans to hire programmers to improve OpenOffice.org, an open-source software suite that competes with Microsoft's Office.
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Posted by meshal on Monday, October 31, 2005 @ 01:11:58 EST (4898 reads)
humax.roliaforum.com :

Pack/unpack fvt files to/from hnf files.
Both win32 and linux (ELF) versions for i386.

[1.0]
- fpc source code.
- no extra DLL used.
- both Win32 and Linux (ELF) versions for i386.

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, October 30, 2005 @ 01:43:08 EDT (5886 reads)
linuxdevices.com :
Japan's largest mobile carrier last week announced six new phones with support for PTT (push-to-talk), multiple numbers, and other advanced features. NTT/DoCoMo's 902i-series phones includes Linux-based models from NEC and Panasonic, as well as Symbian-based models from Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Sharp, and Sony/Ericsson.
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Posted by meshal on Sunday, October 30, 2005 @ 01:33:51 EDT (4677 reads)
linuxtoday.com : Ok, it's finally there.

2.6.14 was delayed twice due to some last-minute bug-reports, some of which ended up being false alarms (hey, I should be happy, but it was a bit frustrating)

But hey, the delays - even when perhaps unnecessary - got us to look at the code and fix some other bugs instead. So it's all good.  Read More...


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Posted by meshal on Wednesday, October 26, 2005 @ 18:28:20 EDT (4597 reads)

? In the October 2005 survey we received responses from 74,409,971 sites, an increase of 2.68 million sites from the September survey. The large gain makes 2005 the strongest year ever for Internet growth, as the web has added 17.5 million sites, easily surpassing the previous annual mark of 16 million during the height of the dot-com boom in 2000.
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