Author: Raseel Bhagat

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First glimpses of the Apple iPad , a Tablet device released by Apple. These pictures are the first ever to be officially showcased at the Apple Event. The picture gallery is of the Apple iPad as well as applications running on it.

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The JooJoo Tablet PC , formerly to be launched as Crunchpad, is a Linux based touch sensitive Tablet PC.

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The Vega is a high-definition, touch screen mobile internet device running the Android 2.0. With all the features of a Tablet PC, the Vega is a good example of the next generation of media devices.

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The Menqgroup, a China-based company, is a maker of electronic equipment like GPS systems, mini-Laptops and mini-PCs among other things. MenQ EasyPC 790 or the E790, is the latest offering from MenqGroup and is being touted as being the world’s cheapest laptop. At $89, their claim can hardly be challenged. Running Samsung’s 400Mhz ARM9 processor […]

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Quantz : A 3D Puzzle game for Linux

Quantz , released by Gamerizon, is a cross-platform 3D Puzzle game with a free Beta release for Linux. Although Quantz is available on Windows as well as a MAC, this post is a brief review of Quantz on Linux.

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Cavium Networks, a maker of network and media processors, announced it’s acquisition of MontaVista , an Embedded Linux Software provider for 50 million dollars. The acquisition marks a continuation in the trend of acquisition of open source software companies.

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SourceForge Inc. the company behind sites like SourceForge, ThinkGeek.com, Ohloh, Freshmeat.net and Slashdot.org was officially renamed to Geeknet Inc.

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The Ubuntu Open Week commences from 2nd November to 6th November. The Ubuntu Open Week is an initiative taken to enable the Ubuntu community members to participate in the development of Ubuntu.

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Summary of the Ubuntu Developer Week which hosts IRC sessions for getting the community involved in various aspects of Ubuntu Development

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The Red Hat Summit in Chicago was full of News and Announcement of Releases by Red Hat.With announcements of it’s native RHEL 5.4 , JBoss EAP 5.0 and of new services like SpacWalk based RHN, GateIN and DeltaCloud, Red Hat is back in the news.

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Canonical has announced a new type of support for enterprises running Ubuntu called Premium Service Engineers. The Premium Service Engineers will act as support engineers with Ubuntu expertise to guide and give personalized support to Enterprises

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Changing the look of your Gnome Desktop can be quite cumbersome. The best way to do it is by using a tool called gnome-art-ng.

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Game Emulators let you play games which had been developed for other hardwares. Learn how to install two of the most popular open source game emulators in linux. Download and play old computer games using open source Game Emulators on Linux

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In the second part of Wifi Demystified, we explore Wifi security configurations. This post covers various Wifi security types like WEP, WPA, WPA2, PSK and Enterprise security mode, TKIP and AES-CCMP encryption and MAC ACLs.

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Wireless LAN or WLAN or simply Wifi is a highly under-utilized technology in India. Even with the availability of cheap hardware for both the client as well as the Gateway-side, the ignorance about this technology and it’s facade of complexity has led to the under-use of this highly convinient technology.

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