An anonymous reader writes: It appears that Ubisoft's controversial DRM scheme launched earlier this year that required players to have a permanent connection to the Internet has been patched, though an Internet connection is still required when starting the game.
chill writes: Ubuntu-EEE, now known as EasyPeasy, is a Ubuntu-based distro optimized for netbooks, like the Asus EEE. It has become popular. So popular their hosting provider just yanked them offline without warning for excessive CPU usage. (Yeah, I know, linking directly to the "we're offline" page will do wonders for his utilization.) How do you deal with being a popular distro without generating any serious income?