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13.06.2007 Torvalds vs Schwartz GPL Wars
Excerpt from Slashdot on Linus Torvalds (creator of Linux) and Jonathan Schwartz (CEO & President of Sun Microsystems) facing off on Sun's continued reluctance to fully embrace the GPL and Open Source software.
11.06.2007 A visit to the Creation Museum
Ars Technica takes a field trip to the Creation Museum
09.05.2007 Google expands personalization with iGoogle
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) -- Google Inc. is stepping up efforts to allow its users to personalize how they search the Web, moving beyond the one-size-fits-all approach to search it already offers.
09.05.2007 MS Patch Tuesday Fires Off 14 Critical Updates
System administrators will have to prioritize between updating Exchange and DNS servers while leaving equally important server and application updates dangling, experts say.
08.05.2007 Security crucial as intruders grow sophisticated
What technology gadgets do the experts love, or would love to have? is asking experts in several fields about their favorite high-tech toys. This week, we asked security expert Heath Thompson.
07.05.2007 Corsair reveals industry’s “toughest USB drive”
Fremont-based Corsair Inc. has this week unveiled what it believes is the tech industry’s “toughest USB drive,” offering a sturdy, water-resistant, CNC-milled aluminium casing that provides users with shock-proof security for their stored information and data “in the most demanding environments.”

12.11.2008 Host of Internet Spam Groups Is Cut Off
The volume of junk e-mail sent worldwide dropped drastically today after a Web hosting firm identified by the computer security community as a major host of organizations allegedy engaged in spam activity was taken offline, according to security firms that monitor spam distribution online.
08.10.2008 Windows XP Gets Reprieve, Yet Again
With Vista struggling, Microsoft has extended the period in which it will make XP available for PC makers' downgrade programs. Microsoft originally planned to stop distributing Windows XP media to large OEMs on Jan. 31, 2009, but this week said it would move the deadline to July 31 of next year.
09.06.2008 IBM Computer Breaks Petaflop Processing Barrier
A supercomputer developed by International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) and scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico has become the first so-called petaflop computer, processing more than one thousand trillion calculations per second.
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