Is there a way to encrypt my Kindle Fire?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Is there a way to encrypt my Kindle Fire?I have found nearly no limit online for encrypting my portable hard drives, USB flash drives, laptops, and desktops. Even cell phones, including those running Android with versions as old as 2.3 (Gingerbread). Strangely absent from the list, the Kindle Fire. (HowTos)

Can I use an external dvd burner with an ipad 3?view story

http://chakra-project.org – Can I use an external dvd burner with an ipad 3?I know earlier versions of the ipad did not allow this (usb could be connected only for charging purposes). Is this functionality included on the new ipad? I'm assuming I need to buy an adaptor and that there is no direct usb port on the ipad itself.china wholesale android tablets wholesale from china  3G netbook from china (HowTos)

SUSE Linux Attracts 22,700 Hardware and Software Partnersview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) recently became the world’s first $1 billion open source company. Now, the folks at SUSE, promoter of the rival Linux distribution, are seeking bragging rights of their own. Indeed, SUSE says it now has more than 9,200 certified third-party applications and supports over 13,500 hardware, storage and networking devices. Impressive. (IT news)

Huawei forms IT outsourcing JV with ChinaSoft Internationalview story

http://www.itwire.com – Huawei has formed an IT services joint venture with ChinaSoft International - claimed to be China's leading comprehensive software and information service provider - to tackle initially the Chinese IT outsourcing market, but with global aspirations. (IT news)

New WatchGuard APAC sales chiefview story

http://www.itwire.com – Business security solutions vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has appointed a new head of its Asia-Pacific sales operations with oversight of sales in the Australian and New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, South East Asia, China and India markets. (IT news)

Copying down first row in to all the below blank rows in a .csv fileview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi All, I have many of files(.csv) of the format given below. Code: Date,Name,Location 04/02/2012,A,India ,B,China ,C,USA Like this I have 1000's of rows and many columns in all my files. I need a shell script to copy down the Date(in this example column1) to the next 2 rows below(in the same column) also. (HowTos)

Sharp SH-06D ‘NERV Edition’ for Evangelion fans coming to NTT Docomoview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Evangelion fans are going to like this news. To celebrate the fall release of the newest Rebuild of Evangelion film, NTT Docomo will release the NERV edition of the Sharp SH-06D in June. It will be designed to look like a government-issued phone in the Evangelion universe. (IT news)

Samsung outselling Apple by three to one in Chinaview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Here at TalkAndroid we’d be lying if we said we didn’t enjoy seeing Apple taking a spanking every once in a while and that’s exactly what’s happening in the Far East right now. Where Android remains the most popular Operating System across the world, the iPhone is generally the top selling individual smartphone in most countries. (IT news)

super noob needs helpview story

http://androidforums.com – ok so i'll admit. i'm a total super n00b when it comes to these things. I bought a captivate a year and a half ago or so when i was still living in america. i'm teaching in china now. before i left i had att unlock the phone so i could use china mobile. worked great. have a china mobile sim card been using perfectly. (General)

How to restrict site access to all countries except mine with .htaccess? [migrated]view story

http://serverfault.com – I used this tool to download list in ".htaccess allow" format to allow traffic from my country and restrict all others but it's still accessible when visiting from bunch of foreign proxies. I'm restricting access to my home dev server where i certainly don't need traffic from China, Uganda, Russia and other countries i found while inspecting Apache logs. Apparently, this format doesn't seem to w (HowTos)