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Given that Google Maps Mobile itself is available as a download for cell phones, MGMaps is a competing product and it seems to be a fair request on Google's part even though one feels for MGMaps which came out with a (free) product first. However, this would suggest that Google is taking mobile map software seriously enough to send in the 'Google Enforcement Team'. While not really an evil move by them, it will inconvenience the large userbase that had grown to adopt the software and substitute their GPS modules with software on their cell-phone as they will have to embark on a new learning curve."
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Then they would lose the ability to be cross-platform. Linux system calls don't work on FreeBSD
Actually, they do. And IIRC, that's the only way you can run WINE on it.
"Anger as key Red Hat developer quits"
Reading the body reveals it's about Eric S. Raymond, a user of Fedora
Linux, throwing in the towel and switching to Ubuntu.
There are two problems with the headline:
1. Eric S. Raymond is not "key."
2. Eric S. Raymond is not a "Red Hat developer."
So where did this come from?
Is ZDnet the Fox News of the computer world?"
I'm beginning to wonder if somehow the war on terror has been combined with some evangelical Republic an agenda to rid the world of obscene gestures and comments. First "lite brites" and now CD players. With all the "WTF" comments on-line, is your server next?"