Virtual machines and storage on NAS/SAN?view story

http://hardforum.com – Hello everyone, I guess this is a split topic that could reside pretty much everywhere but it felt most at home here (for me) Basically what I have is an ESXI server with a local datastore consisting of SSD drives, hosting a numerous amount of linux/bsd machines. What I would want to do is limit the space they're occupying, especially the VM:s containing data that is not belonging to the (Hardware)

TalkAndroid Weekly Recap for December 2 – December 8, 2013view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – We had another busy week at TalkAndroid so here’s a recap of all the top stories. As we head into the winter, all eyes will be focused on the Galaxy S 5 and the successor to the HTC One (M8). What does Samsung and HTC have in store? Google already updated KitKat to 4.4.1 fixing the Nexus 5 camera among other enhancements. (IT news)

Microsoft Brings Xbox Video To The Web Ahead Of Windows Phone, Forgets HD Playbackview story

http://techcrunch.com – Happy pre-fat day, Super Troopers. Today Microsoft brought Xbox Video to the web, meaning that if you use the service on your Xbox or Windows 8.1 device, you can access your content on other machines. The downside? There is no HD playback, which will disappoint many. (IT news)

[APP][2.3+][BETA] VideoBee - Faster Video Streamingview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hello XDA members, My name is Felipe and I am part of a mobile startup company, Shoelace Wireless. (HowTos)

Galaxy Note 3 review: Still the king of phabletsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It was two years ago when Samsung unveiled the very first Galaxy Note, which ended up starting the phablet craze. However, it wasn’t just about the “size” of the Note, it was the functionality with the S Pen, something many manufacturers fail to offer with their own phablets. The world thought the stylus was gone forever, but Samsung brought it back from the dead. (IT news)

Digg Gives Videos Prime Placement With New Digg Video Siteview story

http://techcrunch.com – Digg, a service devoted to helping users find and share the most interesting content around the web, has now more formally expanded into video, the company announced today. With the launch of Digg Video, Digg will break out the most popular video content found online, giving it its own high-level section on Digg.com. (IT news)

Google+ Adds Restricted Communities In An Effort To Court Business Usersview story

http://techcrunch.com – Many businesses have now adopted tools like Yammer or Podio, but Google+ also wants a piece of this social enterprise action. While Google's social network started courting enterprise users more than a year ago by adding restricted posts and a number of other business features, it's going a step further today by launching restricted communities. (IT news)

12.04, chrome only, random youtube vids say: "This video is currently unavailable."view story

http://askubuntu.com – I've seen a few similar questions on the web, but none of them solve the problem for me. Essentially random youtube videos won't play in the chrome browser, but work in firefox just fine. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Video playback is slow-motion and sound on/offview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've been Google-ing this issue to death. Have crashed my system a few times and had to do re-installs ](*,) My problem is as follows (I hope it makes sense): I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and takes heaps of photos and videos on it. Then I have a HP Pavilion dm1 Notebook with Ubuntu 13.10 on. The photos taken on the SG work just fine with Ubuntu. (Hardware)

TV Discovery Startup i.TV Acquires GetGlue In Second-Screen App Mashupview story

http://techcrunch.com – Provo, Utah-based video discovery startup i.TV has acquired GetGlue, we've learned, as consolidation in the market for second-screen or companion TV apps continues. (IT news)