SEC Lifts Ban On General Solicitation, Allowing Startups To Advertise That They're Fundraisingview story

http://techcrunch.com – The SEC has just voted 4 to 1 in favor of implementing section 201(a) of the JOBS Act, which lifts the ban on general solicitation and permits startups, venture capitalists, and hedge funds to openly advertise that they’re raising money in private offerings. (IT news)

Latest Android distribution shows Jelly Bean up to 37.9%, Ice Cream Sandwich slides to 23%view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It’s that time of the month when we get to see how well different versions of Android are doing, and the numbers look pretty good for Jelly Bean. Last month, Jelly Bean devices accounted for 33% of Android devices, which has improved about 5% to 38%. (IT news)

F19 File Serverview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi All... I love figuring out problems on my own, but I'm reaching out because my head is starting to hurt from beating it on my desk. :) Here's my problem... I'm trying to set up my F19 machine as a file server on our network. Under F17, I had vsftpd set up and it worked quite well. (HowTos)

VZ S4 Makes Sound When Shaken - Noise Like Loose Changeview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – My S4 is playing a noise when it's shaken, or otherwise bumped like putting it down on a table. It's a sound effect like if you dropped several coins on a table. I've had the phone since its VZ release and this is new - any thoughts on what's going on here? I'm pretty sure it's not loose hardware as the sound is exactly the same each time it happens. Thanks in advance! (HowTos)

Nook Should Start Looking For Buyersview story

http://techcrunch.com – I was speaking with a friend in the CE industry a few months ago about Nook and he mentioned an interesting bit of apocrypha. Back when the e-reader race was still an actual competition, Wal-Mart was exploring entering the space with a device of their own. Everyone they talked to in the industry recommended they just by Nook. (IT news)

Up Close With Casio's Latest Edifice Surf Watchview story

http://techcrunch.com – With summer coming and surf season in full swing, I thought I’d take a closer look at the Casio EMA100-1AV Edifice watch with tide graph and moon-phase data. Casio is best known for its G-Shock line of beefy (and some would say ugly) plastic sports watches, so this steel-cased model is a departure for the brand. (IT news)

New Google Chrome 28 Beta Makes Better Use of the GPUview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Google Chrome, a browser built on the WebKit layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, is now at version 28.0.1500.29 Beta. A new Development version of Google Chrome has been launched, and it integrates a large number of functional changes and improvements. Highlights of Google Chrome 28.0.1500.29 Beta: • The toolbar model now supports the extraction of UR (IT news)

compiling a static 32 bit binary which will run on a 64 bit os.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Can this be done? I'm trying to compile a static binary on a 32 bit machine which can run anywhere. My build environment is Slackware 13.37 with rebuilt versions of certain library packages (SDL being the main one) which include the ".a" static library files. (HowTos)

Shoutcast tuner for radiotrayview story

http://crunchbang.org – ohnonot wrote:hello, i've been tweaking your script a little and i wonder: the part that extracts the info from shoutcast, is it still up-to-date?it works really nicely, but there's some fluctuation (i don't always get the same search results)Yes, I found that too, but as far as I know the interface is OK. (HowTos)

Problems connecting with British Telecomview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have a baffling wifi issue that cropped up with a recent update. The British Telecom wireless hub now refuses to connect with my built in broadcomm card on the samsung rv511 either with or without the restricted drivers. Weirdly, it works fine everywhere else. Even more weirdly, the live CD connects to the British Telecom hub without the slightest argument. (Hardware)