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Linux News Archives for September 2011

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Sep. 28, 2011
Amazon embarks on the tablet bandwagon big time

Sep. 28, 2011
Mozilla's new Firefox 7 takes a lot less memory

Sep. 28, 2011
New flash RAM that takes 99 percent less energy

Sep. 28, 2011
LibreOffice celebrates its first birthday today

Sep. 27, 2011
Toshiba launches its new Canvio 3.0 drives

Sep. 27, 2011
SSL encryption technology needs to be redesigned from the ground up

Sep. 26, 2011
The U.S. DoD recently created its LPS Linux distro

Sep. 25, 2011
Will the White Space Protocol work with M2M apps?

Sep. 25, 2011
The supercomputing community gathers in Seattle for SC11

Sep. 23, 2011
OCZ launches its new Synapse Cache SSD

Sep. 23, 2011
The University of Sydney holds its first official hackathon

Sep. 23, 2011
Apple sued for iPhone and iPad patent infringement

Sep. 22, 2011
HP fires Apotheker, replaces him with Meg Whitman

Sep. 22, 2011
Red Hat's Q2 revenue up 28 percent year-over-year

Sep. 21, 2011
Android and Linux could actually make money for Microsoft

Sep. 21, 2011
Will Windows 8 PCs boot Linux? Doesn't look like it

Sep. 21, 2011
Oracle sales up 12 percent in Q1 but server sales down

Sep. 20, 2011
Will Dell sell more PCs now that HP is out of the game?

Sep. 20, 2011
Visa joins MasterCard, selects Google Wallet as well

Sep. 19, 2011
Oracle breaks tradition, rushes out new Apache DDoS security update

Sep. 19, 2011
Samsung places all chances on its side, just in case

Sep. 19, 2011
Intel needs to work more on its new 710 SSD

Sep. 19, 2011
Microsoft's IE 10 won't support Flash anymore

Sep. 17, 2011
AMD explains why its new Bulldozer-based FX CPU is so fast

Sep. 16, 2011
Microsoft's long duopoly with Intel comes to an end

Sep. 16, 2011
Wireless technology increasingly getting more complex

Sep. 16, 2011
NFC-enabled BlackBerrys can now open electronic locks and security devices

Sep. 16, 2011
SK Telecom to launch new NFC-capable SIM card in October

Sep. 15, 2011
LightSquared has found a solution to its numerous GPS interference issues?

Sep. 15, 2011
NIC, say hello to VEB (Virtual Ethernet Bridging)

Sep. 15, 2011
Android malware threats could soon increase by a factor of 60

Sep. 14, 2011
Sybase to cooperate more with mobile app developers

Sep. 14, 2011
Moore’s Law doesn't work in the case of transistors

Sep. 14, 2011
Intel to launch its E5 Sandy Bridge server CPUs in 2012

Sep. 13, 2011
SAP will pay Oracle $20 million for its illegal software downloading

Sep. 13, 2011
AT&T has filed a response to the DoJ's lawsuit

Sep. 13, 2011
AMD has built the fastest CPU, for now

Sep. 13, 2011
Is it time for Cisco's CEO John Chambers to move on?

Sep. 12, 2011
eCommerce managers a bit optimistic about Holiday sales

Sep. 12, 2011
Your next laptop battery could be made of jelly?

Sep. 12, 2011
Microsoft accidently offers an early view at its September security patches

Sep. 11, 2011
The Linux Foundation victims of a cyber attack

Sep. 10, 2011
ExaGrid's EX-1300E voted best dedupe appliance

Sep. 10, 2011
IBM happy of the final passage of the new patent reform law

Sep. 9, 2011
IBM nixes its DCS9900 program, replaces it with NetApp Engenio

Sep. 9, 2011
Windows 8 to feature Hyper-V virtualization functionality

Sep. 8, 2011
Hard drive sales up 4 percent in the 2nd quarter

Sep. 8, 2011
Mobile world, now welcome the QR Code

Sep. 6, 2011
The Machine to Machine (M2M) market looks very promising

Sep. 6, 2011
The transition to LTE and 4G will be costly for wireless carriers

Sep. 5, 2011
IDC: Netapp and Dell losing market share

Sep. 2, 2011
Ubuntu getting ready to ship its first Cloud solution

Sep. 2, 2011
IBM builds a 120 petabyte 200,000-disk storage array




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