Daily Archives: December 10, 2013

Good Stuff From GIMP Magazine

Gimp Magazine has lots of interesting and useful information about what can be done with GIMP but this news blew me away… “The aforementioned company recently announced that in roughly a three month timeframe they had received one million new … Continue reading

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M$’s Tax On Android/Linux

Here we go again. The soon-to-expire-of-old-age software patent on long filenames is bouncing around German courts and was ruled invalid… “Microsoft’s FAT (File Allocation Table) patent, which concerns a "common name space for long and short filenames" was invalidated on … Continue reading

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Scaling IT From Now On

Meg Whitman, CEO of HP, stated, “If the cloud were an independent county, it would rate number five in energy use. China is number one, the US is number two, Russia is number three, India is number four and the … Continue reading

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UK Invaded By */Linux

With many millions of Android/Linux tablets being shipped to UK, you would think StatCounter would be blown away but it seems to count only a fraction of the devices. There is a good correlation between the rate of change of … Continue reading

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Woe For Wintel

The one valid argument Wintel has is that desktops/notebooks with “Intel Inside” and that other OS can do bigger tasks, as if most consumers actually had stuff to do… Check out these specs:“Galaxy J runs Android 4.3 and features a … Continue reading

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