Author: Keshav Khera
Keshav Khera is a young freelance writer from India. Alongside writing for the web, he also attends school and tries not to bunk classes. He keeps interest in music, table tennis, reading and of course, twitter (@keshav)

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Today comes a good news for those bitten with the linux bug. The Fedora Foundation has released the first and the last Beta for Fedora 12, its mainstream consumer linux distro.

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Before the world went crazy about Twitter and Google Wave, there was something called IRC (Internet Relay Chat).

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Today happens to be a relatively active day for Linux testers. Earlier in the day, Milestone 8 for Novell’s openSUSE 11.2 was released to the public for testing. The linux variant has got various bug fixes and feature additions, though it’s worth noting that it is a development build and is recommended only for those who can endure a few bugs and glitches here and there.

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We’ve seen cameras getting into our phones, movie players going hand to hand with music players, computers doing the task of a television, and projectors being built inside cameras. ‘Do more’, is what every manufacturer is pushing their products toward. And there’s a new Sony product that seems to follow in the same league.

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Halloween is just around the corner coming next month. If you haven’t already thought about that wicked prank you’ll be playing on your friends yet, there is not much time left. And if you plan to have a pixilated party in the evening, we’ve got something to light you – yes, you!

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Screamer Radio is a free internet radio player. It can be used for playing radio streams as well as recording them directly to your computer, so you can play them later at leisure – even when there is no internet connection.

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Some days back, a slight change happened at Flickr. A small Yahoo logo was added to the Flickr logo so that it reads “Flickr from Yahoo!”. The change wasn’t met with appreciation and many users retaliated. If you like it, keep it. If you loathe it, learn to change it.

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Recently Kaspersky released their 2010 range of products. With all the new security features in the updated suites, Kaspersky also changed the way their applications are activated.

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We have seen Honda release weird products, cool products, awesome products and products which remain concepts. But products like the Honda U3-X make you long for the time when concepts will be commodified.

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Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala is just around the corner, due for a release next month. If that doesn’t excite you enough, then take a look at the release schedule for the version that comes after it – Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.

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Sony Ericsson wishes to cease this hassle with their new MH907 motion activated headphones. The button less headphones will only work when you put them in your ears. Two things can happen when you pull the buds out of your ears: If listening to music, it will automatically pause. If you are in a call, the call will be terminated.

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Ubuntu’s next 9.10 release is just around the corner with it’s final release due for late next month. But before Karmic Koala comes out, the version that comes after that is already making news.

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A language can only be learnt through experience and practice, and honing a language as weird as English can be a devil of a job. In a language in which you can “spend the last evening evening out a pile of dirt” or in which “a soldier decided to desert his dessert in the desert”, a language which is official in 53 countries, spoken by more than a billion people and has several families and styles, can no doubt be a hard nut to crack.

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Pentax recently unveiled a new entry-level digital slr camera called the Pentax K-x. The K-x targets the first gear camera market, and people looking to up their photography skills moving from point and shoots to digital slrs.

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If you haven’t already seen, it’s worth checking out the latest best of movies list on Amazon for Blu-ray format. The list is topped by Star Trek and followed by Walt Disney’s Up. Next in line are Gladiator and Braveheart and the fifth position is bagged by The Wizard of Oz. The list of top […]

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