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SXSW: Bug Labs Says Content Will Drive Open Source Hardwareview story

http://i486.net – SXSW: Bug Labs Says Content Will Drive Open Source Hardware The company’s sensors, Linux modules and other parts make DIY electronics projects easier and more accessible than ever. But will open source hardware really democratize production of a million geeky gadgets? (General)

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How easy is it to shift work between Linux and Windows computers?view story

http://i486.net – I want to buy a cheap netbook (Asus Eee PC 4G 701). Will I be able to write an essay on the Linux netbook and transfer to Microsoft Word on my home computer, and it is difficult? If you have any further knowledge / experience of this netbook, it would be very apreciada.Gracias! (General)

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World’s #1 Maker of Translation Memory Software for Windows, Mac, and Linux Platforms Releases Wordfast Pro 2.3 With …view story

http://i486.net – World’s #1 Maker of Translation Memory Software for Windows, Mac, and Linux Platforms Releases Wordfast Pro 2.3 With … - Read more on PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance (General)

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Internet Explorer 9: the first glimpse!view story

http://www.geekupdates.com – Internet Explorer 9 was announced at MIX2010.  According to the presentation made by Microsoft the new browser explorer IE 9 seems to have some great new characteristics which we will now explore. (General)

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Ruby 1.9.2 expected in Augustview story

http://linuxo.com – The H Open: "Ruby Logo According to a new schedule, the next version of the dynamic Ruby 1.9.2 scripting language will probably be released in mid August." (General)

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Thunderbird Secure Connections Using Postfixview story

http://linuxo.com – Postfix Mail: "One great alternative client is Thunderbird, Icedove if you are on Debian. Here is a step by step approach to setting up the Thunderbird client for TLS and SMTP AUTH." (General)

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IO Profiling of Applications: MPI Appsview story

http://linuxo.com – Linux Magazine: "In the last article we looked at using strace to examine the IO patterns of simple serial applications. In the High Performance Computing (HPC) world, applications use MPI (Message Passing Interface) to create parallel applications. This time around we discuss how to attack parallel applications using strace." (General)

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Intel fields six-core embedded CPUsview story

http://linuxo.com – LinuxDevices: "The Xeon Processor 5600 series also includes the chipmaker's first six-core embedded processors, plus a dual-core processor for "micro servers" that has a TDP of only 30 Watts, the company says." (General)

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Linux: A Platform for the Cloudview story

http://linuxo.com – Linux.com: "The goal of this article is to review the history and architecture of Linux as well as its present day developments to understand how Linux has become today's leading platform for cloud computing. We will start with a little history on Unix system development and then move to the Linux system itself." (General)

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Will The Linux Desktop Soon Be Irrelevant?view story

http://linuxo.com – Linux Magazine: "Some of us are still waiting for the year of the Linux desktop. Some think it’s already here. One thing is certain however, Linux does not have a majority desktop market share. By the time we get there, perhaps the entire idea of what a Desktop is will have been re-defined, thanks to “The Cloud”." (General)

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More than 100 candidates to Italian regional elections support Free Softwareview story

http://linuxo.com – Stop: "The campaign consists of inviting all the candidates to any political or administrative election to subscribe the italian version of the Pact. The candidates who do it commit to actively promote Free Software and Open Standards in the Public Administrations where, if voted, they will work after the elections." (General)

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Prototype $200 Tablet Runs Android, Chromium OS, Linuxview story

http://linuxo.com – IT World: "Many have tried to build and sell a $200 tablet; none have succeeded. Freescale's tablet prototype could change that." (General)