27th > February > 2010 Archive
The US government’s policy of leaving the Internet alone is over, according to Obama’s top official at the Department of Commerce.
Fedora Project developers said they will push back the first alpha release for Fedora 13 by one week.
Backed by Yahoo!, HP, and Intel, the computer science mavens at Carnegie Mellon University have added a new compute cluster to the worldwide Open Cirrus test bed, a collection of clusters designed to explorer the frontiers of interwebs-scale distributed computing.
Microsoft has beaten rival Google to deliver a version of its online applications tailored for US government users.
ReviewReview 2010 is supposed to be the year that 3D breaks into mainstream home entertainment but most of the PR puff has been focused on expensive TV sets. Acer does a good job of making this currently tiny market a damned sight more interesting with its H5360, a sub-£600 '3D Ready' digital projector.