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Archive for January, 2008

InfoWorld launches Save XP petition

January 16th, 2008 | 4 Comments »

Those of us that have long-since escaped the clutches of Microsoft may not be overly sympathetic to this cause. But if you’re a Windows user – perhaps at work you have to use it? – then you might well want to sign the Save XP petition launched by influential IT publication InfoWorld. The petition points […]

Tectonic's MacWorld coverage

January 15th, 2008 | No Comments »

We aren’t at the MacWorld Expo, but enough ardent bloggers are. So, dosed on coffee and rearing to go, we sit in wait to hear and relay to you just what Steve Jobs will use in his next onslaught on consumer electronics culture…

2007 earns Apache more feathers in its cap

January 15th, 2008 | 1 Comment » Tags:

Open source and all-volounteer group, the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), today announced that last year finished as its strongest yet. Not only does this indicate just what most already know – that open source is growing from strength to strength – but also that it doesn’t take big money and a for-profit attitude for this […]

What will Steve Jobs pull out his sleeve?

January 15th, 2008 | No Comments »

Excitement is mounting among Apple acolytes as they prepare for the Macworld keynote speech to be given by Steve Jobs, with some having even begun queuing up overnight. Although Tectonic will not be in attendance, we will be tracking what goes on and reporting back to you this evening to let you know what goodies […]

Apps showcased on Android in "industry first"

January 15th, 2008 | No Comments » Tags:

An open source technology provider to the mobile industry, a la Mobile, announced support for Google’s Android platform for mobile devices and demonstrated what it claimed was the “industry’s first demonstration of applications based on the open source Android application framework”. Android is a Java-based software stack for mobile devices that was announced by Google […]

EU goes after Microsoft, again

January 14th, 2008 | No Comments » Tags:

European Union regulators are again investigating Microsoft, this time on the suspicion that the company abused its position to squeeze out competing Internet browsers and software rivals dependent on its programs. The EU is also investigating whether Microsoft’s document format, Office Open XML, is “sufficiently interoperable with competitors’ products”.

Ubuntu releases ten lessons for the desktop

January 14th, 2008 | 8 Comments » Tags:

In the latest Ubuntu weekly newsletter the Ubuntu folks announced the release of the Ubuntu 7.10 Desktop Course. The modular course should take two days to complete all 10 of the lessons offered, but it is possible to cover topics and lessons independently of each other, learning whatever is of interest.

Five Compiz features to boost Linux productivity

January 14th, 2008 | 14 Comments »

The Ubuntu desktop may look a little brown and boring to first-time Linux users but beneath that conservative skin lurks a powerhouse of desktop features just waiting to come out, if you are using Compiz Fusion. Here we look at five of the better Compiz features that actually make us more productive as well as […]

Gentoo founder offers to return as president

January 14th, 2008 | No Comments » Tags:

Daniel Robbins, the original creator of the Gentoo Linux distribution, has offered to return to the Gentoo Foundation as president in order to resolve what he described as the recent “Gentoo leadership crisis“. Robbins wrote: Several days ago, the Gentoo community discovered the unfortunate news that the Gentoo Foundation’s charter has been revoked for several […]

Blast from the past: SimCity open sourced

January 12th, 2008 | 1 Comment » Tags:

Some time back we wrote about Electronic Arts donating the original SimCity game to the One Laptop Per Child project. Well, now SimCity has been open sourced and released under a GPL3 licence. Which means you can download the source code and some binary versions. SimCity has primarily been made available for the OLPC so […]

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