Linux Mint 8 KDE Reviewview story

http://linuxo.com – Desktop Linux Reviews: "I’ve been somewhat tardy in getting to the KDE version of Linux Mint 8. But I’ve finally been able to sit down with it and thus couldn’t resist writing a review." (General)

Review: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Convictionview story

http://www.itwire.com – Sam Fisher is one tough and sneaky guy.  The kind of guy you want on your side, Splinter Cell Conviction provides lots of co-op opportunity to do just that, and packs a reasonably meaty single player campaign.  Don those night vision goggles; it’s time to infiltrate the latest Tom Clancy branded game. (IT news)

GNOME Foundation: Providing previously missing board meeting minutesview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – GNOME Foundation: Recently Rosanna Yuen informed me that she needed to print out and archive copies of all past board minutes. She was having trouble doing this since the GNOME Foundation board minutes archive on the Wiki only went back to 2007. So she asked me to flesh out the Wiki so it includes links to all meeting minutes back to the year 2000. (Software)

Review: LXDE, the New Lightweight Linux Desktopview story

http://www.linux.com – Does using a lightweight Linux desktop always mean trading lower resource usage for usability and features? Juliet Kemp reviews LXDE, one of the newest lightweight Linux desktops. (Hardware)

Running Open Source Servers Within Windowsview story

http://linuxo.com – Serverwatch: "This article will look at running the Apache HTTP, FreeRADIUS and FreeNAS servers. We'll review the process of installing and using each inside Windows." (General)

Maemo + Moblin = Meegoview story

http://sglnx.com – Meego is an operating system framework which is collaborated by both Nokia and Intel, combining their efforts from Maemo and (General)

Mobile industry calls for curb on councils' tower powersview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Mobile Carriers Forum is calling for new rules that would require local and state governments to review carriers' plans for new tower facilities within 150 days, or let them pass un-amended. (IT news)

Prototypesview story

http://techsnap.co.uk – People often wonder why there are websites which review beta versions of software. Often websites will look at alpha, beta or RC versions of current Operating Systems which aren’t out yet this is interesting because people can look at them before they’re released to review them so that the developers can take note of this and improve the final version of the software. (General)

ASUS U6V Bamboo, Nature Inspired Notebookview story

http://gamblis.com – I was looking for a powerful notebook with green computing orientation. And I prefer choose the ASUS U6V, even its not a real green computer but the concept of this laptop is very interesting. The exterior of the ASUS U6V was inspired by tropical Bamboo plant. (Distributions)

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 118 is out!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – We are pleased to announce our new issue #118. From now on you can read the news directly inside the RSS Reader. Just click the “more” Tag. (Distributions)