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Kindle 2

The Kindle 2

A review of the sleek, slim, sexy successor to the Kindle. more>>
Indamixx

Indamixx: an On-the-Go Recording Studio?

The Indamixx portable recording studio is built around a Linux multimedia real-time operating system and provides an unprecedented level of software integration and refinement for audio tasks. more>>
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Control Your Home with Vera from Mi Casa Verde

Use Vera, a Z-Wave-based product, to automate your home, and let the computer turn the lights on and off for you. more>>

Zmanda Recovery Manager 3.0 for MySQL on Ubuntu Server

Introduction

Responding to growing demand for a professional level backup and recovery solution, Zmanda, a leading vendor for open source backup solutions, has introduced an Ubuntu server version of their Zmanda Recovery Manager (ZRM) for MySQL. more>>

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Browser Battles: Opera, CrossOver Chromium and Flock

Firefox is the wunderkind of Linux browsers, but is it right for you? We take a look at three competing browsers—Opera, CrossOver Chromium and Flock—that may just give you more Webvergnuegen. more>>
Archos 5

The Archos 5

Sure, it can do a lot, but can it do what you want? more>>

Mixing It Up with the Behringer BCF2000

The BCF2000 provides pro audio performance at podcasting prices—for Linux! more>>

OpenOffice.org: The many views of Impress

Presentation software isn't complicated compared to a word processor or spreadsheet. It doesn't need to be. Maybe that's why OpenOffice.org's Impress offers a variety of views of your work. more>>

OpenMoko's Neo FreeRunner: Open to the Core

The Neo FreeRunner has it all—Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, accelerometers—and best of all, it runs Linux. more>>

Acer Aspire One

Acer Aspire One—just another Netbook or the pinnacle of tiny computing? more>>

Dash Express

You are always on the Internet, so why shouldn't your GPS be? Read on for a review of the Dash Express GPRS-connected GPS system. more>>

Power Up!

A Review of the YDL PowerStation. more>>

Improve Your Intelligence with Brain Workshop

Everywhere you turn there are "brain training" games that claim to help you "lower your brain age" or "boost your brain power" and other such marketing hyperbole. Much like saying a certain breakfast cereal is "more satisfying" than other cereals, these claims are basically meaningless. more>>

Synchronizing Your Life

Once upon a time, one computer was all you needed. All of your documents lived on that computer, or a stack of floppies or CD-Roms nearby, and nowhere else. Those days are gone, much like the one-car, one-TV, and one-iPod days. more>>

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