[all variants] Problem installing OS without optical drive or USB boot option.view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hola people, Mods.., hope this is the correct section for this post. Feel free to move if not. I have been trying to install Peppermint 3 (based on Ubuntu 12.04) onto an old Toughbook CF-28, 30 Gb, 800Mhz, 256Mb Ram, which has no optical drive nor USB boot option. (Hardware)

Tips Looking for advice and opinions for a noviceview story

http://androidforums.com – So, I got an Incredible 2 from my sister that she lost, and subsequently found. It cannot be used on the Verizon network anymore, but I'm repurposing it as an XBMC remote as well as other things. Anyway, I'd like to root it and put a custom ROM on there to get rid of all the Verizon crap taking up space and I'd like to be able to run the XBMC app. (General)

iPad Hacking Case Underway, Ruling Could Address Ancient Computer Abuse Lawview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s note: Ansel Halliburton is a lawyer at ComputerLaw Group, a boutique law firm in Palo Alto specializing in intellectual property litigation and entrepreneurship. Follow him on Twitter. In the summer of 2010, a group called Goatse Security (or GoatSec) discovered a security hole in an AT&T website catering to users of the recently launched iPad with 3G connectivity. (IT news)

How to buy Nexus 4 (or whatever) from Google Play Store *Outside* USview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Ok, as I promised, here it is! A full and complete, auto-explanatory thread, that will give you all directions how to buy anything from Google Play Store, even if you'll not located on US :laugh!!! :laugh: First, a little common Q&A: 1 - Q: Is that that possible? A: Yes, not just possible but very usual and operative. 2 - Q: Is that easy? A: Double easy, just some steps. (HowTos)

Support Best screen protector for the gs3?view story

http://androidforums.com – Hi guys i suppose this is a general question concerning the samsung galaxy s3 regardless of which model or carrier your with. (General)

Pundit Forecasts All Wrong, Silver Perfectly Right. Is Punditry Dead?view story

http://techcrunch.com – The New York Times election statistician, Nate Silver, perfectly predicted all 50 states last night for President Obama, while every single major pundit was wrong–some comically wrong. (IT news)

Searches For ‘Who Is Running For President?’ Skyrocket. Wow.view story

http://techcrunch.com – Americans are notorious low-information voters: 41 percent can’t name the vice president, and two-thirds can’t name a single Supreme Court justice. (IT news)

Apple Vs Motorola Mobility: U.S. Judge Dismisses Apple Patent Licensing Lawsuitview story

http://techcrunch.com – A judge in a U.S court has dismissed a case brought by Apple against Google-owned Motorola Mobility. Apple had complained Motorola was seeking excessive royalties for standards-essential patents. It’s another small blow for Apple in its legal war against Android. (IT news)

US judge dismisses Apple vs. Motorola patent lawsuitview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Apple likes lawsuits. Anyone who keeps keeps up with the mobile tech industry will tell you the same thing. More than a few Android OEMs have faced lawsuits from the Cupertino legal team, and unfortunately, sometimes those lawsuits have some pretty serious consequences. (IT news)

ON GTK 3 too as well as Gnomeview story

http://crunchbang.org – dura wrote:To use that language in my opinion is out of order, whether the point is valid or not. Categorical imperative.Yes, you might be right. (HowTos)