Chrome OS just screams out for usecases like this.
Why is it so hard to prove than NP = P?
tian2992 writes "The new terms for the Android SDK now include phrases such as "you may not: (a) copy (except for backup purposes), modify, adapt, redistribute, decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or create derivative works of the SDK or any part of the SDK" among other non-Free software friendly terms, as noted by FSF Europe's Torsten Grote. Replicant, a free fork of Android announced the release of Replicant SDK 4.0 based on the latest sources of Android SDK without the new terms."
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An anonymous reader writes "Google on Thursday updated its Platform Versions Web page for Android, and it looks like there’s finally some good news to report. Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) have finally passed 10 percent share of the droid’s pie, while Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is nearing the 30 percent mark. Best of all though, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) is finally on less than half of devices, and Android 2.2 (Froyo) has fallen under the 10 percent mark."
adeelarshad82 writes "What do OpenMoko, Tuxphone, Wildseed, LiMo and Gecko have in common? All great concepts, none ever took off. Similarly while Canonical may have startled the tech world by announcing a new Linux-based operating system for phones, it's hard to imagine why this would be any different than the other ones. As one mobile analyst explains, fact is between long development cycle and lack of hardware support, none of these concepts will go the distance."
An anonymous reader writes "Right on schedule, Microsoft on Thursday announced its usual advance notification for the upcoming Patch Tuesday. While the company is planning to release seven bulletins (two Critical and five Important) which address 12 vulnerabilities, there is one that is notably missing: a bulletin for the new IE vulnerability discovered on Saturday. For those who didn't see the news on the weekend, criminals started using a new IE security hole to attack Windows computers in targeted attacks. While IE9 and IE10 are not affected, versions IE6, IE7, and IE8 are."
OTG is supported, just drive automountig is not enabled.
Did you read the MS-PL? The licence they are using to release it includes a patent grant, and a potential protection on patent suits.
Seriously, a russian guy presenting a semi-obscure OS is news today, seems like a really slow news day for slashdot.
cats.lol does not have the same ring to it sadly...
I am surprised to see that much ruckus about this "OpenSignalMaps" when Wigle http://wigle.net/ already existed for a while, and has more than 61 million networks recorded around the world. I do know they don't have the fancy Web2.0 website, but they have been doing this before that even got popular...
Honestly Greg has been one of the best software engineering person to follow . He is responsible for so many subsystems. the way he accepts suggestions , gives advice is great. I wish him all the best for Linux Foundation. That, and he's a really cool guy overall, he even carried beers and pizza for us after openSUSE conference (he's a really big guy, like 2 meters tall). I'm sad to see him leave SUSE, but I hope he can keep on doing the great job he does.
It's actually pretty good, SUSE even hires several of the devs for Samba. It is also easy to configure, thanks to the YaST modules dedicated to Samba.
That is really sad, I was eager to get a ProBook. Business grade hardware from HP was almost always really good, I'm sad to see it go.
It's a shame no one will get to see it...