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Submission + - Fedora 18 released (fedorapeople.org)

ultranerdz writes: Fedora 18 has been released. Featuring a new installer UI, GNOME 3.6, Clojure, DragonEgg, KDE Plasma Workspaces 4.9, MATE Desktop, Samba 4, Secure Boot, and updated major packages versions. This is the much anticipated Fedora versions yet. After more than 2 months slips and delays, Fedora 18 is finally here.

Submission + - The Pirate Bay Hacked (thegamersblog.com)

ultranerdz writes: In an interview with security blog Krebs on Security, Argentinian researcher Ch Russo revealed that he and two of his associates discovered multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities on the world's most popular torrent site, The Pirate Bay. They successfully exploited these vulnerabilities to gain 4 million users user names, e-mail, and internet addresses.
Red Hat Software

Submission + - Fedora 13 is out (fedoraproject.org)

ultranerdz writes: Fedora 13 has just been released. It includes some major features like Automatic print driver installation, Automatic language pack installation, Redesigned user account tool, Color management to calibrate monitors and scanners, Experimental 3D support for NVIDIA video cards, and more

Submission + - Japanese Researchers Create See-Through Goldfish (dailytech.com)

ultranerdz writes: South Korean scientists may have created a glowing cat, but Japanese researchers have successfully developed a transparent goldfish.
The clear goldfish allows observers to see the tiny fish's beating heart, which allows scientists to observe living creatures and reduces the numbers of dissections. I wonder when they will start to make transparent humans.

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