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How to Install Helios Linux on PlayStation 3 (PS3)

Helios Linux is a free Linux OS for the PlayStation 3.  Helios Linux is designed to be a high performance PDF and Image server for Mac, Windows and Unix Web Clients.  The Playstation 3 makes a great platform for Helios Read More

Open Season On Microsoft Office

Earlier today IBM (IBM) threw its weight behind the Open Office project, a move that will give the open source productivity suite some much needed support in the enterprises. And if that wasn’t enough, now Google (GOOG) has upped the Read More

IBM ups ante in multicore race

IBM uncorks a new multicore blade server powered by the Cell processor—the same processor design that currently drives the PS3—making the single most powerful processor available for enterprise computing. Simultaneously, IBM introduces application development software aimed at multiple cores, integrating Read More

Scottish incubator plays hi-tech match maker

Technology incubator Innovation Centres Scotland Ltd. is hosting an “Open Doors” event between some global electronics and IT groups such as Sun Microsystems, IBM, Oracle, Nokia, RIM, LogicaCMG , Microsoft, Orange and Plexus and start-ups to foster collaboration and partnerships Read More

IBM and Microsoft launch battling unified comms packs (John Oates/The Register)

IBM and Microsoft launch battling unified comms packs  —  IBM and Microsoft are both launching unified communications bundles – software which will allow management of email, VoIP calls, instant messaging, and video conferencing.  —  IBM’s is called UC2 – for Read More

Exclusive: What Microsoft’s Falcon project is going to mean … (Dean Takahashi/Mercury News)

Exclusive: What Microsoft’s Falcon project is going to mean for when you should buy an Xbox 360  —  Falcon is coming your way this fall.  The first Xbox 360s with it are probably on ships coming from China.  —  Readers Read More

TV Viewing is Declining and Other Dying Technologies that Changed the World

We are on a path to a world with where the technologies that were cutting edge, world shaping, and the way of the future are dying.  I haven’t had traditional TV in my home for 9 months now.  What started Read More

Xbox 360 Falcon to Feature 65nm Processors reducing heat and hopefully improving reliability

Mercury news is reporting that Microsoft is going to give the Xbox 360 new innards featuring 65nm core. “Falcon is the name for the latest internal electronics in the Xbox 360. It will have an IBM microprocessor and an AMD/ATI Read More

Folding at Home is Killing the Planet

Folding@Home is a distributed computing project — people from through out the world download and run software to band together to make one of the largest supercomputers in the world. I’m all for curing cancer, but I suspect the solution Read More

Nike Won’t Mess with Texas

Recently Nike added the option to custom create your own version of the Nike Air Turbulence. At first I was impressed with the ability to create my own shoe with custom color combinations from awesome to ugly. While the color Read More