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Don't over look the Instant Upload feature, it allows you to store photos and video directly to your Google account from your phone.
Handy in situations when the cops see you recording them and try and destroy your phone
Buried in the Intel Motheboard PDF on page 10 section 6.8 it says they're using CentOS 5.2 as the OS:
Update from the operating system over the LAN – the OS standard is CentOS v5.2
Also, in the chassis design it seems there are rubber passthrus to allow cables to go between servers above and below each other.
Virtualbox is their consumer x86 virtualization product, Oracle VM is their x86 enterprise virtualization solution; clusters, high-availability, etc.
Think of it like this:
Virtualbox = VMware Workstation
Oracle VM = ESX/vSphere
Or Python or Perl on Android
There's a nice 20% project called Android-Scripting that lets you use scripting languages through an interpreter. Not exactly fast and lacks some features, but it makes it easy to get started with basic Android development in a language you're more familiar with.
Miguel de Icaza posted a note this morning saying that after working with MS last night they now have a Moonlight add-on for 32/64-bit and PowerPC Firefox to stream the inauguration live from the official pic2009.org site. The install was quick, although the stream seems to stop and stutter frequently.
That's why Netflix offers "Instant" movies and tv shows, sure it's not the entire library but they're unlimited now and they're constantly adding more. Unfortunately it's only available for Windows, but it's still a nice addition to their already exceptional service at no extra cost.http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20070116-8627.html
According to the article, Dell says that lining up certification, support and training will 'take a lot of work.'"The company said today that the note was just about certifying the hardware for being ready to work with Novell SUSE Linux, not an announcement that the computers would be loaded and sold with the operating system in the near future.