Daily Archives: November 3, 2010

Toshiba and GNU/Linux

For a while it looked as if Toshiba was very reluctant to get involved with GNU/Linux. Now they have changed. The Register reviewed an AC100 netbook (ARM + Android) and found the hardware was spectacular but the implementation of Android … Continue reading

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M$ Leaves Customers Swinging in the Wind

A vulnerability in IE 6&7 is being actively exploited which opens the door to intruders to any PC that visits particular websites. M$ does not consider this serious enough to warrant a patch before December 14. Do you feel lucky??! … Continue reading

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Ten Years

That’s how long CTO of a large government departments plans to keep “7” going. Then he thinks they may have very little need for that other OS. He is putting “7” on thin clients and they can last 10 years … Continue reading

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