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Sony has been at it again and forced another product recall. Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Toshiba are recalling 100,000 laptop battery packs made by Sony after 40 reports of overheating. According to a US Consumer Product Safety Commission notice, the voluntary recall applies to certain Sony 2.15Ah lithium-ion cell batteries made in Japan. The batteries found themselves in flaming laptops all over the world. Sometimes there is smoke, other times flames. In 21 cases there were minor property damage and there were reports of small burns.

( www.theinquirer.net )


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:woooh:Jim Zemlin, director of the Linux Foundation, as posited that Linux may outship Windows on the desktop next year, thanks to the many fast-booting Linux environments increasingly bundled with PCs. Writes Zemlin, "We may see a world at the end of next year where Linux ships on almost every notebook computer regardless of whether it is loaded with Windows."
( www.linuxdevices.com )

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Microsoft has doubled a cash reward for information on the whereabouts of a Canadian boy who ran away from home after his father took away his Xbox. Brandon Crisp, 15, legged it from his Barrie, Ontario home in October and has not been seen since. His dad said Brandon left after he had removed Brandon's Xbox. He was worried that his son's behaviour had been changing since he started playing Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare online. Apparently he had been skipping school, stealing money and ignoring his studies, his father said. The local rag, the family's ISP and Child Find offered a $19,500 reward for information leading to his return.

( www.theinquirer.net )


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:woooh:An electronic design services (EDS) provider in San Jose has started shipping a PowerPC-based reference board with a Linux 2.6.24 BSP (board support package). GDA Technologies' "Bali" board is based on Freescale's MPC5121e, a system-on-chip (SoC) product targeting automotive telematics, building automation, medical diagnostics, surveillance, digital home, and gaming applications. GDA provides EDS and SIP (silicon intellectual property) services, it says. It is a subsidiary of L&T Infotech, Ltd. It says its Linux BSP for the Bali board is based on a 2.6.22 kernel, with a 2.6.24 port in progress. ( www.linuxdevices.com )

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:woooh:Google's online success does not guarantee success in the energy business. But none of this has deterred it from going deeper into the alternative energy business. To support its efforts, it has hired a number of engineers who are conducting research in renewable energy, former government energy officials, scientists and even a former astronaut. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:ahaha:Market Research firm Isuppli released its third quarter microprocessor sales figures on Wednesday, reporting that Intel took a little market share from AMD during the period. Intel got an 80.4 per cent share of global microprocessor revenue in Q3, 1.7 per cent higher than in the same quarter last year. AMD booked 12.1 per cent market share during Q3, off 1.8 per cent year over year from Q3 of 2007. Both chip makers saw a little sales growth from Q2, with Chipzilla up 0.1 per cent during the most recent quarter while its smaller rival AMD gained 0.3 per cent in the same period. ( www.theinquirer.net )

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:ahaha:Britain is also considering a database to store all phone and e-mail traffic in the country. Such a database could store patterns of Web usage, including phone numbers dialed, Web sites visited and the e-mail addresses used. By the end of 2008, ID cards with biometric data such as fingerprints will be compulsory for non-European nationals. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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In conjunction with a disappointing 3Q earnings release in which Motorola reported losses of $397 million, the company reported it would focus future handset efforts on Android and Windows Mobile platforms. Motorola also announced it was delaying its planned spin-off of its mobile unit beyond 2009. The comments on Motorola's shift in mobile operating system (OS) strategy came during the earnings call from Sanjay Jha, Co-CEO of Motorola and CEO of the Mobile Devices unit. Jha announced that the company will no longer introduce new phones based on Symbian UIQ, nor on its homegrown MotoMAGX Linux/Java platform. Instead, it will base its smartphones and eventually its mid-market feature-phones on the Linux/Java-based Google Android platform, or on Windows Mobile. ( www.linuxdevices.com )

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:woooh:Four years ago Google began scanning out-of-print books to add to its online index, saying it would offer parts of the book in searches. Publishers responded with a copyright infringement lawsuit. Google's Book Search project expanded, adding portions of in-print books to the index with links to buy them. Google has digitized seven million books. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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A scheme to allow people to use one name and password on lots of different websites has got a boost from Google and Microsoft. The two tech giants have unveiled plans that will sign-up their users into the Open ID scheme. The move means the scheme will soon be able to add more than 400 million users to the initiative. The two firms join others, such as Yahoo and AOL, as backers of the single sign-on scheme. ( news.bbc.co.uk )


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:ahaha:Mac cloner Psystar has beaten Apple, Inc. to market with a Blu-ray drive and the Nvidia 9800GT graphics card. Adding a 6x Blu-ray burner to a Psystar Mac clone costs $310 and GeoForce graphics cards $200 to $400. However, an analyst said consumers would be wise to stay away from Psystar's Mac clones, which are not sanctioned by Apple. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:scream:Games firms are accusing innocent people of file-sharing as they crack down on pirates, a Which? Computing investigation has claimed. The magazine was contacted by Gill and Ken Murdoch, from Scotland, who had been accused of sharing the game Race07 by makers Atari. The couple told Which they had never played a computer game in their lives. The case was dropped, but Which estimates that hundreds of others are in a similar situation.
( news.bbc.co.uk )

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:okay:The masterminds at Puget Systems have decided to make the most of their extremely popular YouTube video, and offer a DIY Kit so that the public can create their own mineral oil-cooled PC. Puget is claiming hat they’ve been using the system featured in their video for over a year now with no hardware issues. ( www.maximumpc.com )

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:bringiton:Through images included in a patent application, Sony has provided us with the first look at what they could be planning for their much rumoured break-apart control that keeps getting mentioned every few months. ( darkzero.co.uk )

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:bringiton:If you are using Firefox 3 (or even Chrome) you should consider to take a look at Mozilla's Minefield. This browser (alpha version yet, but stable) would give a new meaning to "fast browsing experience"... Some Firefox extensions aren't supported, but riding the fastest javascript engine on the planet definitely worth a try. Minefield's install won't affect your Firefox, so there's no risk trying it. It's fast. Really. And I'm loving it. ( tech.slashdot.org )
http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk/

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:okay:The Next Big thing? The memristor, a microscopic component that can "remember" electrical states even when turned off. It's expected to be far cheaper and faster than flash storage. A theoretical concept since 1971, it has now been built in labs and is already starting to revolutionize everything we know about computing, possibly making flash memory, RAM, and even hard drives obsolete within a decade. The memristor is just one of the incredible technological advances sending shock waves through the world of computing. Other innovations in the works are more down-to-earth, but they also carry watershed significance. From the technologies that finally make paperless offices a reality to those that deliver wireless power, these advances should make your humble PC a far different beast come the turn of the decade.

In the following sections, we outline the basics of 15 upcoming technologies, with predictions on what may come of them. Some are breathing down our necks; some advances are still just out of reach. And all have to be reckoned with. ( www.pcworld.com )

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Aiptek introduces the latest in pocket-sized Pico projectors with the official release of its Pocket Cinema V10, a miniature and compact projector with a built-in media player that retails for a penny under £300. You can use Aiptek's latest mini gizmo as a standalone media player or hook it up to your iPod, DV, DSC, games console or mobile phone via the AV-out. File types supported include Mpeg4, Jpeg and MP3 music files. ( www.techradar.com )


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:woooh:Intel and Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) will jointly establish an "enabling center" for Moblin, an open source toolkit and software stack for developers targeting Intel's Atom processors. Additionally, Intel Capital will invest $11.5 million in Taiwanese carrier VMAX Telecom, with the aim of enabling Taiwan's first WiMAX network. ( www.linuxdevices.com )

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RIM has said it is unlikely to make the BlackBerry OS open source in the near future, despite the success of Android, LiMo and Symbian in recent months. At a RIM developer's conference the question was raised of opening the OS up to let others have a tinker around in there, and while RIM said it had been looking into the idea, making its OS open source was unlikely. "We do have an open source management team that is investigating this," said Cassidy Gentle, a senior RIM Software Developer, according to EE Times. ( www.techradar.com )


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:ayokona:Many companies are trying to prevent leakage of personal and classified information by building independent networks isolated from the Internet, as viruses are often transmitted via files attached to e-mail or those on the Internet. However, USB drives are often used on unspecified computers, so viruses can immediately spread. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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Starting from today, you can own a little bit of history - the world's first laser-powered telly. Mitsubishi America is finally stocking shelves with the LaserVue L65-A90, a 65-inch rear projection set that uses DLP technology (usually found in projectors) to deliver amazing colour depth. The Laservue set claims to be able to deliver twice the colour gamut of HDTV standard, using just 135W - a third of the power of a typical LCD and a quarter of those planet-hating plasmas. ( www.techradar.com )


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:woooh:VersaLogic announced the release of a Linux board support package (BSP) for two of its single-board computers (SBCs). The DEV-CD-L6 supports the AMD Geode LX-based Cougar and Python boards with a LiveCD that includes Debian Linux 4.0 running Linux kernel 2.6.25-5.
( www.linuxdevices.com )

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:argh:Microsoft has a long way to go to prove it can meld Windows and the Web. If it stumbles, Google's more Web-centric approach may gain even greater momentum. It wouldn't be the first time a supposedly invincible technology became obsolete. Google's pitch: Almost all tech tasks should occur out in the cloud, no Windows necessary. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:woooh:HP announced a netbook with a proprietary, media-centric Linux distribution called MIE (Mobile Internet Experience). The HP Mini 1000 features an 8.9-inch or 10.2-inch display, a 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, plus a 60GB hard drive or SSD (solid state disk) up to 16GB, says HP.
( www.linuxdevices.com )

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:ahaha:British scientists at the University of Bristol developed a copycat robotic head, dubbed Jules. The head is able to mimic the facial expressions and lip motions of a human.The Robotic Jules represents an animatronic head developed by David Hanson, American specialist in robotics, who works on the creation of uniquely expressive, incorporeal heads made of flexible rubber skin which moves with the help of 34 servo motors.

The motions of a human face are monitored by a video camera and mapped onto small electronic motors in the skin of the robotic head. The group of scientists at Bristol developed their own software that will help pass the expressions, which the video camera recorded, into commands, thus making servos generate facial motions that are similar to the real ones. But due to the fact that the robot's motors cannot be compared to the real human facial muscles, a little artistic license was needed. ( www.infoniac.com )


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:ayokona:An Oregon-based company is trying to solve the stolen-device recovery problem. GadgetTrak sells software for a yearly subscription so owners can keep tabs on their computers, GPS devices, MP3 players and cell phones. In the case of a GPS, the next time someone tries to download information, GadgetTrak sends an e-mail to the owner. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:hi:Intel is giving itself a big green pat on the back after the United States' Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave the firm a 'Green Power leadership' award and made it 'Green Power Partner of the Year'. Supposedly, the reward and recognition comes down to Intel’s purchase of $1.3 billion kWh of renewable energy certificates (REC) back in January, a move otherwise known in the corporate world as "buying your green credentials". As big as that number sounds, however, it is only enough power to meet approximately 47 per cent of Intel’s electricity use. Buying RECs, incidentally, also works out a whole manure load cheaper for Intel than choosing a new green technology for producing the firm’s huge appetite for power. Still, at least Intel is taking small steps to show it cares, even if it doesn’t care quite as much as Google, which invests directly and heavily in renewable energy sources for its future.
( www.atomicmpc.com.au )

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:astig:Dell's refresh of its OptiPlex business-desktop PCs includes cutting-edge graphics cards and Intel processors. Dell's new OptiPlex systems will include diskless versions for on-demand desktop streaming. Dell's OptiPlex portfolio is also more environmentally friendly, and Dell has introduced major security improvements to the OptiPlex line. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:woooh:Supposedly, the reward and recognition comes down to Intel’s purchase of $1.3 billion kWh of renewable energy certificates (REC) back in January, a move referred to by some as “buying your green credentials”. As big as that number sounds, however, it is only enough power to meet approximately 47 per cent of Intel’s electricity use. Buying RECs, incidentally, also works out cheaper for IBM than choosing a new green technology for producing the firm’s huge appetite for power. Still, at least Intel is taking small steps to show it cares, even if it doesn’t care quite as much as Google, which invests directly and heavily in renewable energy sources for its future.
( www.atomicmpc.com.au )

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:astig:Microsoft has joined Google in pushing to use television white space for a national wireless broadband. The Federal Communications Commission has scheduled a vote on white space for Nov. 4. Microsoft said it has been looking at white space since 2002 and agreed with Google that approval could make the U.S. a world leader in broadband. ( www.toptechnews.com )

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:puppyeyes:The Linux Foundation has published the results of a study that the organization conducted in order to compute the approximate financial value of the Linux platform. Based on the results of the study, the Linux Foundation has concluded that it would cost $1.4 billion to develop the Linux kernel from scratch and $10.8 billion to develop the complete platform stack.
( arstechnica.com )

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In an attempt to scare the SIM card out of your handset, Sony Ericsson has launched a site designed to create tailored 'horrifying' virals to send out to your friends. On the site, at www.w595-thedarkside.com, users can watch videos of hapless people entering the Darkside pod (which looks a bit like a shed covered in bashed up foil) and can laugh themselves rigid at people screaming.

( www.techradar.com )


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Japan's Latest PS3 Bundle

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:okay:Just like Microsoft in Europe, Sony Japan are going bananas for hardware bundles this holiday season. With Gran Turismo 5: Prologue and LittleBigPlanet deals already in place, they announced over the weekend a third bundle, this time for Pro Evo 2009 (or, as it's known there, Winning Eleven 2009). It'll include a new (for Japan) 80GB PS3, a copy of Pro Evo 2009 and not one, but two DualShock 3 controllers. The bundle will sell for ?46,980 (USD$500), and goes on sale November 27. ( kotaku.com )

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Britons are kings of the Euro geeks according to a consumer trends consultancy - with 11 per cent of the UK prepared to try technology first, leaving the rest of Europe trailing. According to RISC international which describes itself as 'one of the world's leading consumer behaviour and trends consultancies', the European percentage for early adopters or 'innovators' is just six per cent - nearly half the average in the UK. "Society calls these innovators 'Geeks'. In the past the word made reference to people who were excessively absorbed in a specialist field but characterised by a certain lack of social skills", says Sharon Greene, Managing Director of RiSC International. ( www.techradar.com )


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