Saturday, December 20, 2008

20-Dec-2008 PM clippings


The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has now brought educational computers to 600,000 children in the developing world:

The BBC finally release an iPlayer platform that is compatible with Macs and Linux:

Why more PCs will probably ship with Linux than Windows in 2009:

OpenSUSE V11.1 is released, with GNOME 2.24, banshee media player, Android phone sync, KDE 4.1.3 and other improvements:

Toshiba to launch a 512GiB SSD with AES encryption, and a 240MiB/sec sequential read speed. Mass production expected Q2 2009:

The Ecofont saves the planet by reducing the amount of ink you use. With inkjet ink costing more than blood, it's not a daft idea:

And finally. For those of you after the latest in convenience meals while out trekking, Katadyn brings you cheeseburger-inna-can:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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