Debian 6.0.10 "Squeeze" Is Out and It's the Last Point Releaseview story

http://news.softpedia.com – The Debian project announced the immediate availability for download of the tenth maintenance release of the Debian 6 Linux operating system.This tenth point update is actually a very important one because it’s the last one in the life of this branch of the Debian distribution, which was released back in February 2011. (IT news)

And for your Dose of Ebola Happy News.view story

http://forums.anandtech.com – Thing like this still worries me they'll get away for real someday, but I guess would solve the population problem a bit. Would be getting into 12 Monkeys range. I thought this stuff was actually a bit harder to pass than it is, I guess you can contract it just from someone's sweat after looking into it a bit awhile back. I knew it was fluid contact, but didn't know just sweat could do it. Cur (Hardware)

New EPA Regulations nearly 25,000 pages long. WTFview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – http://cnsnews.com/news/article/ali-...mes-long-bible Since Obama took over the EPA has written nearly 25 MILLION words of new regulation Just who is government for? How can anyone being to understand what the rules are? This sounds like a bunch of gotcha government. Oh you failed to follow rule xyz as written on page 13,546? Heres your fine, your email crashed? Heres your fine. (Hardware)

Political polarization has never been worse...and it may be driving inequality.view story

http://forums.anandtech.com – I'm not saying that this is the reason but it's interesting. I would have said "no, that it's a symptom on inequality and not driving it" but now reading that the inequality lags the polarization, I'm not so sure. May mean nothing. (Hardware)

Google Play Games service getting improvements, including quest notifications and snapshotsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google’s gaming service, Google Play Games, is going to be getting a few improvements in the near future that should help developers bake more functionality in their games. (IT news)

Samsung may post a weak Q2 due to slower device salesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It looks like Samsung’s Q2 earnings may not be quite as great as the company originally anticipated. Early reports are saying that Samsung’s market share and device sales have dipped a considerable amount thanks to heated competition from other manufacturers like Apple and LG. (IT news)

Qualcomm celebrates latest Adreno GPU to make it to marketview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – As Google I/O prepares to get underway later this week, companies are poised to share their stories and successes not only for the media covering the event, but with the developers as well as they hope to entice them to use their wares in their own solutions. One company that is on-hand is Qualcomm which produces chips used in many Android-based devices. (IT news)

Yahoo Aviate exits beta, open for everyone in the Play Storeview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Upon being purchased by Yahoo and staying in beta, Yahoo Aviate Launcher has been relaunched for anyone to install without an invitation. For the unaware, Yahoo Aviate is an adaptive launcher by organizing everything specifically for you after learning trends and preferences. It also works with your location and time of day to tailor the experience. (IT news)

Alleged encased Motorola Moto X+1 press render leaksview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – So far we have only seen very sketchy leaks involving the Moto X+1. Now, though, we have a clear pictured of the alleged upcoming Motorola flagship. The image above was posted earlier this evening and shows the handset within a rubber case. So what are some noteworthy things about this? (IT news)

Sprint opens up 30 day risk-free trial of its improved networkview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Sprint is not done getting some attention today. After launching HD Voice and expanding its 4G LTE network along with Sprint Spark, the carrier is welcoming anyone to try them out for 30 days risk-free. Don’t like what Sprint has to offer? Get your money back. (IT news)