- Hacker-friendly karaoke PMP runs Linux
A Taiwanese electronic system design company has developed an open-source MP3, video, and Karaoke player that runs Linux 2.6.x. Cool-Idea Technology’s Cool-Karaoke uses a 400MHz ARM920t processor, includes 4GB of flash and a 320×240 display, and supports customization with a freely downloadable toolchain and source code.
- Khadi Board visits the GNU/Linux installfest at Technopark today ..
- Mandriva Linux 2009 RC1 – Camelopard
- [PHOTO] Linux Caffe, 326 Harbord Street
On Harbord Street considerably to the west of the former site of Henry Morgentaler’s abortion clinic lies the Linux Caffe (326 Harbord Street).
- Rising costs prompt Naukri to go for Linux
Coimbatore: Job portal Naukri has availed the benefits of Open Source, according to its Chief Information Officer, Vibhore Sharma.
This one-stop information clearing house about jobs and careers has over 1,000 people working at its 45 offices across 30 Indian cities and an overseas office in Dubai.
“We have scaled up to meet future needs. Red Hat is the recognised brand and it is the flavour of Linux that has worked well for us. We have been able to roll out services and products in line with our innovation credo,” he said.
- ASUS Eee PC / Intel Atom: Disk Encryption Performance
- Outer Island children to benefit from laptop project
- The Linux laptop goes to school
- Dude, I’m Wantin’ a Dell
- Dell and Vodafone tie the knot
- Can Dell and Vodafone play leapfrog with Linux?
The technology and buzz keep on coming in the netbook space, which consists of lower-cost, smaller-size notebook computers (many of them Linux-based) that are as much like a smartphone as they are like a PC.
- ‘Spectacular’ growth forecast for MID market
- Plasma, Context and Nepomuk
Imagine if you will … (ah, such a classic start! =) You are working on a work project involving Sarah and John and Marmaduke; you switch to working on your MySpace profile … Let’s call each state (the work project, MySpace fiddling) a “context” and changing between them a “context switch”. What happens with the rest of the software running on your computer when you switch contexts? Answer: pretty much nothing. At least not automatically.
- 10 Fine-looking Icon Sets for KDE Desktop
Since plenty of you love our collection of icon sets for Ubuntu/GNOME Desktop, I’ll be sharing to you all yet another set of my favorite desktop icons. This time, I’ll try to cheer up some KDE users by showcasing a few excellent and fine-looking icon sets that are specially made for the K Desktop Environment.
- Ubuntu releases Intrepid Alpha 5
- Ubuntu 8.10 gets closer
- Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 5 Screenshot Tour
Delayed one day, the fifth alpha version of the upcoming Ubuntu 8.10 (codename Intrepid Ibex), which is scheduled for release in late October this year, was made available a few hours ago and, as usual, we intend to keep you up-to-date with the latest changes in the Ubuntu 8.10 development.
- Open Source Gains Vertical Knowledge
- Open Source Roboticists On a Path to C3P0
- Django 1.0 released!
- Firefox 3.1 Alpha 2 reviewed
- Firefox 3.1 Alpha 2 now available for download
- Chrome is good news for the ABM crowd
- Chrome Cartoon
- Editor’s Note: Chrome Comic Books, Yugos, Our New Global Overlords
- WINE 1.1.4 Released, Google Chrome Works
- NetSuite Says Chrome-optimized Apps Are Flying
- See Chrome’s inner workings–and an Easter egg
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