Thursday, April 30, 2009

30-Apr-2009 AM clippings


Time to cut ICT costs in government by moving to Open Source, says the NZOSS. Seminar planned to find out what the perceived roadblocks are:

Two zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe's PDF reader are acknowledged. Affects all platforms, fix is to disable javascript:

The recession combines with the popularity of computing on the go to drive netbook sales, expected to reach 20m this year:

Is Intel trying to squash the Linux netbook to avoid manufacturers switching from the x86 to ARM architecture?:

The Sony PSP is likely to get a cosmetic makeover and lose the UMD drive. Games to be installed by direct download to 8GB or 16GB Flash:

And finally. In the "fruit & veg that look like things" category, we have a feijoa that looks like a Kiwi. Picked on ANZAC day:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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