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Does Microsoft need a Windows 7 slate?     Microsoft needs an answer to Apple's iPad and that should be some sort of Windows-based consumer tablet.   At least that is the position that analysis firm Forrester takes in a new report, which argues that tablets are "the next important computing form."   "To keep its products front and center, Microsoft needs a partner to produce a successful...
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10 things you'll love about Ubuntu 10.04   Ubuntu 10.04 has greatly impressed Jack Wallen — and he’s happy to tell you why. Here’s a rundown of enhancements in the stellar new release.   It’s here: A shiny new release of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution. But why should you care? You may not use Ubuntu — or maybe you don’t really know much about Linux at all. Well, here are 10 new...
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Backdoor.Tidserv!gen5   Risk Level: Very Low. Type: Trojan.   Source Latest Risks RSS Feed - Symantec Corp.
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Konversation 1.3-beta1 has been released!   Konversation 1.3-beta1 debuts a major new feature in the area of Direct Client-to-Client (DCC) support: An implementation of the DCC Whiteboard extension that brings collaborative drawing - think two-player Kolourpaint - to IRC. It also brings back the integration with KDE's SSL certificate store the KDE 3 version enjoyed and expands support for...
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Eircom customers who illegally dowload content could be cut off from the net permanently as the ISP begins its piracy crackdown.   Source www.bbc.co.uk
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Microsoft smacks patch-blocking rootkit second timeAlureon rootkit accounts for 18% of malware-infected Windows PCs in May By Gregg Keizer May 24, 2010 06:37 AM ET   Computerworld - For the second month in a row, Microsoft has tried to eradicate a mutating rootkit that has blocked some Windows users from installing security updates.   According to the Microsoft Malware Prevention Center...