Archive for March 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 1, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 31, 2010

  • Novell Wins vs SCO
  • – I’d say “Finally!” or something of the like, but this thing has been like the villain in some teen slasher movie. Everytime you think he/it is dead, they make a sequel. Thankfully, those sequels always seem to get worse and more desperate, just like SCO’s arguments.

  • Android 2.1 update for DROID now live
  • Free Copy of Microsoft Bob with Each XP CD
  • – Now this is FUNNY. Has anybody ever been successful in extracting this copy of Microsoft Bob? There’s a sick, twisted part of my brain that would love to try it out.

  • Verizon report sends Apple shares to all-time high (AP)
  • – It's not surprising. After using the At&t network for less than a year, I'm amazed that Apple chose it for their phone. It's claims to cover 97% of Americans, while technically true, don't ever mention the QUALITY of that coverage. I've never seen so many dropped calls. 3G is spotty at best. Blah. A move to Verizon is a good plan for Apple. We'll see if it's actually true.

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 30, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 29, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 28, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 27, 2010

  • Can Ubuntu Save Online Banking?
  • – Not a bad idea. A better idea would be to just ditch Windows all together and install Ubuntu on your computer. Then you don’t have to go through the hassle of booting off of a CD to get a better OS.

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 26, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 25, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 24, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 23, 2010