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Illumination Software Creator's User Interface

Radical Breeze's Illumination Software Creator

It runs on Linux! It runs on Flash! It runs on Android! It's Illumination Software Creator! more>>
Giada Slim-N20

Giada Slim-N20

I've put everything from a full-tower PC to a homemade embedded mini-ITX computer in our living room connected to our television. They've all done their jobs, but nothing has looked as sleek as the Slim-N20. more>>
Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat in Amazon EC2

Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat in Amazon EC2

Don't be afraid of the cloud! Let Canonical and Amazon pick up the tab. more>>
Jolicloud

Jolicloud

Legacy hardware, man up with Jolicloud. more>>

ZOTAC ZBOX HD-ID11

With the arrival of the NVIDIA ION GPU, you can build a media server that will fit in the palm of your hand. And, of course, it runs Linux. more>>

Barnes and Noble's Nook

For some retailers, e-books now are outselling paper books. E-book readers put a library in your hand—it may be time for you to make the plunge into e-books. more>>

Chinavasion Pico Projector

A Wi-Fi-enabled pico projector that runs Linux? Find out what our Hack Editor thinks of the hackability of this device. more>>

A Look at the Ben NanoNote

The Ben NanoNote provides a command line you can fit in your pocket. It's lighter than most smartphones, it costs around $100, and it's based on free and open-source software and hardware. more>>
NaNoWriMo Participant

The Tools to Create Your Next Great Novel

November 1st kicks of National Novel Writing Month—a chance for budding authors to put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboards, and bang out a 50,000 word (or more) novel in 30 days. Sound like fun? Well, it can be. And unless you are really fast with a pen, most of the budding authors use some sort of software to write their novel. more>>

Easy Database Backups with Zmanda Recovery Manager for MySQL

Zmanda Recovery Manager makes it easy to dump your database and that homegrown backup solution you've been using and meaning to replace. more>>
Coyote Point

Coyote Point Offers Application Balancing for Virtual Servers

Stressed budgets and the high demand for Web applications have made efficiency in the data center priority number one, creating the need for inexpensive load balancing, application balancing and SSL-acceleration products. Does Coyote Point have what it takes to succeed in the enterprise? more>>
Nokia N900 Review

Nokia N900

In a world full of powerful Android devices, is the Nokia N900 the best Linux computer you can fit in your pocket? more>>
Chumy One

Chumby, the Next Generation

If you're unfamiliar with the Chumby, you might want to go back to the May 2008 issue of Linux Journal. Daniel Bartholomew showed us all about the cuddly little gadget and explained why we might want one of our very own. more>>

Axigen Mail Server

Axigen Mail Server

Axigen provides a professional e-mail server with AJAX Web interfaces for both administration and user Web mail. With Axigen, you'll have your e-mail server up and running in minutes, not days. more>>
Motorola DROID

The Motorola DROID

The Motorola DROID is a serious contender in the smartphone world. Android just keeps getting better. more>>
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