Wednesday, March 24, 2010

24-Mar-2010 PM clippings


There is support for the Linux Desktop, at least in NZ, Victoria University finds. But proprietary retailers prevent adoption:

Firefox dropped on Windows Mobile due to a lack of native development kit from Microsoft. Mozilla will now concentrate on Android phones:

The EU will propose Opening the ACTA negotiations in the secret meeting in Wellington next month, and may withdraw if that fails:

A fully hackable Linux PDA goes on sale for US$99. The "Ben" uses a MIPS CPU in a clamshell case. 32MB DRAM, 2GB Flash, 320x240 display:

How to write really, really small programs using modern day tools:

Having standardised the micro USB connector on mobile phones, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Fuji try to standardise electric car chargers:

And finally. Here's a project for doing in the garden shed. Make your own OLEDS using common items and weird chemicals:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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