Daily Archives: April 26, 2013

Qualcomm Quad-core Processors For ~$10

It’s an obvious thing but in case you didn’t notice, the price of IT using multiple sources of software and hardware competitively priced is good for you and everyone else on Earth. Here’s an example. Faced with pressure from MediaTek, … Continue reading

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It Pays To Advertise FLOSS

I have been noticing some ads for the Linux Foundation appearing on the web: Such advertising is one of the things that is needed to generate demand for FLOSS everywhere. The Linux Foundation may get a deal from Google or … Continue reading

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Kicking M$ Out Of The Default OS Position In Portugal

For decades the chief innovation of M$ in computing was the bundling of their OS with OEM PCs. That exclusion of competitive OS held the world of IT back from real innovation from the middle 1980s until recently. Still, M$’s … Continue reading

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Why The Small Cheap Computers Are Changing Everything

From the user’s point of view the small cheap computers have huge advantages like price, performance, portability, and running FLOSS operating systems. Underneath that, in the chip itself is a magical combination that used to fill an ATX box with … Continue reading

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