jaf0 writes: "Today, HP released the Enyo framework to the opensource community amidst much cheering amongst the twitter-faithful. This release, available at github, includes a new version 2.0, a currently UI-less framework, as well as the 1.0 release that accompanied the recent 3.0.5 webOS update for the discontinued hp Touchpad."
GMGruman writes: Think your wireless service is crummy? Just wait until next year when the spectrum drought really hits home. And maybe you've been telling your users that installing a graphics card in an office PC is a waste of money. If that's the case, you're missing a chance to make them a lot more productive (as long as the games stay at home). You've known about CMOS for years. But do you know that an emerging technology called PCMOS, which uses non-Boolean logic, is on the verge of slashing power consumption in ASICs? Those are just three of the 10 top technology stories of 2009 you probably haven't heard about but should have heard more of. Bill Snyder reports on all 10 of these stories that haven't gotten the media attention they deserve.