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Web Hosting Options For Online Businessview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Once you have registered your domain, it is time to look for a home for your future Web site. Before you build your site, you should find a hosting company that is right for your business. Hosting has become inexpensive in the past few years. If you spend more than fifteen dollars per month, you are spending too much. (HowTos)

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Be aware of Unlimited tags in low cost web hostingview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – “I want to host my own site? Should I go for low cost shared web hosting or I will go for cheap dedicated hosting? What should I do? What hosting should I buy? Shared hosting… or dedicated website hosting services or may be a server of my own? Or should I go for cloud hosting or a virtual private server?…” (HowTos)

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Dedicated Server: Managed or Unmanaged?view story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Hopefully, your website will become so popular that both traffic and money roll in at a steady rate. When you start to get too much traffic though, it is probably time to move on from that shared web hosting platform as the server will not be able to keep up with your demands. The simple solution – a dedicated server. (HowTos)

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Review of rekonq 0.5view story

http://linuxo.com – Digitizor: "A while ago, we explained how you can install rekonq 0.5 in Kubuntu. rekonq is going to become the default web browser in Kubuntu 10.10. But, how good is rekonq? Does it have private browsing mode? How is its Javascript performance? We attempt to find out." (General)

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Android -- and mobile web -- usage keeps growing, say reportsview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – Android has continued to gain smartphone OS market share this spring, gaining four percentage points from February through May to take 13 percent of the market, says ComScore. Meanwhile, a recent Pew report shows that 40 percent of Americans are now using mobile phone Internet services, up from 32 percent in 2009.... (Embedded)

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Distributed data processing with Hadoop, Part 2: Going further with multinode clustersview story

http://www.linux.com – Learn advanced setup that uses multiple nodes for parallel processing. It demonstrates the various node types required for multinode clusters and explores MapReduce functionality in a parallel environment. This article also digs into the management aspects of Hadoop—both command line and Web based. (General)

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Apple's Safari on iOS4 is miles behind Android 2.2's web browser in Javascript Raceview story

http://linuxers.org – Based on pure Javascript tests conducted by ArsTechnica to compare the recently released Android 2.2 and iOS4, results show some great performance by the Android browser. The credit goes to the new JIT engine in Froyo which has heavily optimized the browser. (General)

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How To Automatically Start Programs In Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx When You Loginview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – This quick tutorial will show you how to configure Ubuntu Lucid to auto start programs or services everytime Ubuntu boots up or login. This can be a quick and easy way to run scripts, favorite programs, and jobs automatically.   (HowTos)

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Spot Malicious Websites with Chromium (Google Chrome) In Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynxview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – If you need a little help spotting malicious websites or websites with inappropriate contents with Chromium (Google Chrome) in Ubuntu, then check out this add-on or extension called WOT (Web Of Trust) for Chromium. WOT allows you to view a site’s ratings before you ever clicked on the link to go there. (HowTos)

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The devil is in the details – What changes on monday for the wiki oldtimers?view story

http://news.opensuse.org – A couple of days ago I gave you the big picture on what will happen to en.opensuse.org on Monday when we switch to the new wiki. Now let me go into the nitty gritty details of the change to the new wiki. I especially want to focus on the changes important for the people who are familiar with the old wiki. Here we go. (Distributions)