Month: May 2007
Google is officially in to the battle with Microsoft
Google has officially announced that its going into the software market in competition with Microsoft. Speaking to shareholders yesterday CEO Eric Schmidt said that Google’s new tagline will be “Search, Ads and Apps.”
Mouse without buttons! – Apple’s latest patent
Remember Mighty mouse?, Apple’s last mouse tech breakthrough that featured touch-sensitive side buttons and Bluetooth technology?, This one resembles it but uses touch sensors instead of buttons and The new mouse does not have a scrolling ball or wheel either read more -SeeJay
Linux 2.6.22-rc1 is out, We Need active testers -Linus Torvalds
Linus Torvalds announced the Linux Kernel Mailing List About the new Linux 2.6.22-rc1 which got almost seven thousand file changes and lot more cool cutting edge features that we’ve been waiting for and even never thought we’d get soon.Check his email to the mailing list-SeeJay
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Best Way To help Firefox!
Do you Love Firefox? Want to help Firefox? digging this would really do….
Harry Potter – J.K.R. got me!
Which LinuX destro is good for you?
They are all good. But that’s not a real tip. What you should be
looking for is which distribution you feel the most comfortable with.
RedHat has the reputation of being very easy to install. They provide
special tools to make the configuration easier. Debian also has some
tools, but will usually require you to go on the command line more
often to configure the system. If you want to be on your own, and
really learn how to edit configuration files then Slackware is for you.
The Web site http://www.linux.org lists all the available
distributions. In the end, the best person to decide which distribution
you like, is yourself.
–100 Linux Tips and Tricks
by Patrick Lambert-
Stop Global Warming From Your Computer
All of us know that we don’t treat nature in a nice way. Even though we are not dare enough to take big steps & protect mother nature. ChanuX has found a website which make us take a little step to help protect nature. It is called LocalCooling._SeeJay