General-purpose computers are astounding. They're so astounding that our society still struggles to come to grips with them, what they're for, how to accommodate them, and how to cope with them. This brings us back to something you might be sick of reading about: copyright.
PC Pro has a brief report on the "Ubuntu TV" offering revealed by Canonical at the Consumer Electronics Show. "[Jane] Silber told us Canonical was in discussions with a number of television manufacturers, but couldn't confirm any signed deals.
www.lockergnome.com Yesterday, we told you why Windows is better than OS X, and also why OS X is better than Windows. Today, we take things a little bit further. But do we go too far? We're sure some of you will tell us we ...
CEDET is a Collection of Emacs Development Environment Tools written with the end goal of creating an advanced development environment in Emacs. CEDET is hosted at Source Forge and is Free Software. You can view CEDET's CVS archive, project summary, and mailing lists at the CEDET Project page.
Why is CEDET needed?
Emacs already is a great environment for writing software, but there are additional areas that need improvement. Many new ideas for integrated environments have been developed in newer products, such as Microsoft's Visual environment, JBuilder, or Eclipse. CEDET is a project which implements several advanced features developers have come to expect from an Editor.
"In parallel to Assange's announcement, Wikileaks' partner Owni.fr released evidence that a French firm helped Moamer Kadhafi's former Libyan regime spy on opposition figures living in exile in Britain. It had already been revealed that the electronics firm, Amesys, had worked with the Libyan regime -- and French rights groups are attempting to take the group to court -- but Owni's files will prove embarrassing."
It was exciting news back in December when HP announced that it was planning to open-source webOS, but at least as exciting now is how quickly and decisively it's moving to make that happen.
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Not only did the company announce yesterday that it plans to have webOS fully open by September, but it also said it has made a number of key decisions regarding the Linux-based mobile platform, including the fact that it will use a mainline Linux kernel starting in March.
Some have said that webOS's days were numbered, but HP's latest moves suggest otherwise. In fact, I think these new decisions bode exceptionally well for the future of webOS. Here's why.
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