Windows XP’s Enterprise Market Share Slips Under 10%view story

http://techcrunch.com –  According to security firm Qualys, Windows XP's market share among enterprise-level corporations has slipped under the 10 percent mark, falling from 10 percent in April to "close to" 8 percent in May. Read More (IT news)

Evolution: where are the folders?view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I am trying to remove the old install of my evolution, so I removed the soft using yum, and afte deleting .local/share/evolution folder. But each time I reinstall evolution, and configure my email account, it refind (I don't know how) all my old configuration including my personnal folders. So there must be other files or folders storing the old config somwehere else than .local/share/evolut (HowTos)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S series could be unveiled next monthview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Earlier today the Wall Street Journal reported that according to JK Shin, the Galaxy S 5 is doing quite well. Samsung has sold 11 million units to date. (IT news)

LXer: App.net's open source failureview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: The company's business model put up too many barriers, and it's hard to compete without flexibility for allIt's possible you've already forgotten App.net. It was the crowdfunded startup that was going to teach Twitter a lesson and start a new machine-to-machine messaging platform at the same time. (HowTos)

Android Design Patternview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am not asking for specific code but I am just curious about the design pattern. In Java I am accustomed to work on a project based on "Open/Close" principle, so that further extension is made possible without having to make changes to the existing code. But in Android, is there any design pattern that suits best for a collective working environment in which further development is needed? I ho (HowTos)

Yahoo Acquires Self-Destructing Messaging App Blink, Which Will Soon Disappearview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Blink, a mobile messaging application that lets users share self-destructing messages, has been acquired by Yahoo, TechCrunch has confirmed. The app competed in an increasingly crowded space alongside Snapchat, of course, but also newer entrants like Frankly, Confide, Wickr, and others. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Read More (IT news)

AT&T’s LTE with an equipped General Motors vehicle will cost $10 per monthview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Putting a car with your AT&T Mobile Share Value plan. It is possible. For the same price that it costs to add a tablet, AT&T will let you add your General Motors vehicle. To start, the 2015 Chevrolet Malibu will be the vehicle to get if you want AT&T’s LTE on the road. (IT news)

Moju Is Instagram For Moments In Motionview story

http://techcrunch.com –  As our phones become more camera than phone, it only makes sense that innovators would try to take on the very 20th-century concept of the "photograph." We've thus far seen a slew of apps using tech unique to our mobile devices, utilizing video and sound recording, sensors, GPS and the phone's accelerometer to transform how users create and share images. Read More (IT news)

Old Battlefield 2 Clan Dying (FUB)view story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Im probably against the rule im sure.. but i need to share.. English is not my main..." (Hardware)

akregator long freezes everytime it starts.view story

https://www.kubuntuforums.net – Hello, first I want to thank you for this great distribution, I am very happy with kubuntu. I have a big problem with akregator that appeared yesterday (I don't know why), but know every time I start akregator it freezes completely for a long time, making it unresponsive. The output of the terminal is: Code: ┌─( libertad ) » { ~ } └──┤ kontact QDBusConne (HowTos)