32 bit alpha 1 compared with 64 bit alpha 2view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – A week ago, on this forum, anonymous closed a thread discussing 32 bit CrunchBang, versus 64 bit.I have been testing both versions of Statler, on some older computers (PIII, and PIVD), with an interesting result:  64 bit, for this particular application, doesn't offer much advantage.Rather than focus on a potential perception of undistinguished performance with 64 bit alpha 2 XFCE, I wou (HowTos)

How to Use Google Free Space as your Hard Diskview story

http://www.chaaps.com – Music,Movies,Pictures……………. (General)

DARPA Thumbs Nose at Moore's Law, Seeks Exascale Computingview story

http://www.dailytech.com – Prototypes expected by 2018 (General)

Mobile Tools: Android Vs. iPhone for Small Businessview story

http://linuxo.com – Small Business Computing: "Choosing a good mobile smartphone is crucial for many small businesses. The right smartphone can make all the difference between being productive on the road and being ineffective away from the office." (General)

LXer: Living the Linux Lifestyleview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: (HowTos)

OSCON 2010: Marvellview story

http://www.linux-magazine.com – Trevan McGee stops by the Marvell booth and gets a demonstration in plug computing. (Distributions)

Talking to Many Clouds with the Deltacloud APIview story

http://press.redhat.com – This is the first of a series of posts in which we’ll take a look at the technologies, thinking and open source projects that are feeding into future products on the Red Hat cloud computing roadmap. Different clouds, both public and private, speak different languages. (Distributions)

Headshift beefs up team for growthview story

http://www.itwire.com – On the strength of what it says is 100 percent growth in the past 12 months, enterprise social computing consultancy, Headshift Australasia, has expanded its senior management team, appointing a consultant to the role of senior social business consultant. (IT news)

Google executive frustrated by Java, C++ complexityview story

http://linuxo.com – Infoworld: "Today's commercial-grade programming languages -- C++ and Java, in particular -- are way too complex and not adequately suited for today's computing environments, Google distinguished engineer Rob Pike argued in a talk Thursday at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference." (General)

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 133 out now!view story

http://news.opensuse.org –   (Distributions)