All Teched Up!

Posted: 30/10/2009 in All Teched UP!

All teched up

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It s October 2009 which means something very special for Linux fans: a 9.10 release of Ubuntu. Today we see the launch of Karmic Koala ‘, TITLE, ‘1309 Diggs in linux_unix with 277 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>Ubuntu 9.10 ‘Karmic Koala’ released
A HTML page that has absolutely nothing wrong with it is taken, and improved. Parts of it become shorter. Some parts become longer. All of it become more semantic. It’s awesome.’, TITLE, ‘779 Diggs in design with 67 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl1″>HTML 5: What Does It All Mean?
The Stockholm District Court has taken action against two founder members of The Pirate Bay. Gottfrid Svartholm and Fredrik Neij are now banned from operating the site and will have to pay fines of $71,000 each if they continue. This, despite the fact that they nor the site remain in Sweden.’, TITLE, ‘746 Diggs in tech_news with 131 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>Pirate Bay Founders Banned From Running The Site
As an iPhone user who is more than a little interested in the Motorola s newest, I have compiled a personal scorecard comparing important features of the two phones.’, TITLE, ‘583 Diggs in gadgets with 180 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl1″>Droid vs. iPhone: The Scorecard – Business Center – PC World
Researchers are two steps closer to creating a mass-market version of technology called phase-change memory that could change how computers of the future are put together.’, TITLE, ‘458 Diggs in tech_news with 30 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>Intel’s Next-Gen Memory Closer To Reality
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As with so many spellbinding things these days, Apple s Magic Mouse sadly turned out to be science. iFixit took the Magic Mouse apart as quickly as you d expect and left us with the below juicy pic of the sensors to mull over.’, TITLE, ‘366 Diggs in apple with 79 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>How Apple’s Magic Mouse Works
I ve managed to slog through the 107-page Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (PDF) issued late last week by the Federal Communications Commission. Let me save you the trouble of reading the 185 numbered paragraphs, 310 footnotes, and three appendices, …’, TITLE, ‘332 Diggs in tech_news with 105 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl1″>The case against the FCC’s Net neutrality plan
See what goes on behind the scenes while creating a professionally designed logo…’, TITLE, ‘317 Diggs in design with 30 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>Artistic Expression: Logo Design from Start to Finish
Google has got a little list of numbers that Google Voice won t call, the company tells the FCC. But it s less than 100.’, TITLE, ‘313 Diggs in tech_news with 38 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl1″>Google Voice: we’re not serving “high-cost destinations”
I think they ran out of weird building designs, because the centerpiece of Dubai s Technopark looks like it was copied from Epcot s Spaceship Earth. Whatever happened to architecture proposals for Dubai being completely nuts?’, TITLE, ‘281 Diggs in design with 47 Comments’, WIDTH, 450, OFFSETY,32, OFFSETX,-55)” onmouseout=”UnTip()” rel=”nofollow” class=”bl”>Amazing Dubai’s Technosphere Concept Architecture
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  1. […] Original post by Caintech.co.uk […]

  2. Jackson says:

    Very good post. Hope to read more excellent posts in the near future.

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