A day late but with TechMonkey on vacation Linuxchic was left to dust off her mad editing skillz and had to remember how prep the show.
In this episode we update you on the latest antitrust charges being leveraged against Intel by the EU, SCO’s legal woes in the battle for Unix intellectual rights with Novell and what this all could mean for Sun, emails suggesting collusion between Nvidia and ATI, the new Linux MySpace PC, the availability of OpenMoko’s FreeRunner open source mobile phone, Google Android running on the Nokia N810, Google Android openness in question, the new T-Mobile Sidekick 2008. We talk about the DNS vulnerability that has everyone in a patch frenzy, discuss the new design on Last.fm, and review a new website, Twing.com.
- SCO Goes Down and Sun’s In Trouble Practical Technology
- Linux Kernel 2.6.26 Brings Improvements LinuxDevices
- Email Reveals Nvidia & ATI Colluded to Inflate Prices Gizmodo
- The LinuxPC for Social Networkers (or at least MySpacers) DesktopLinux
- Sick of the iPhone? Unboxing the FreeRunner from OpenMoko Holden’s Blog
- Google Android, Not So Open After All? Ars Technica
- T-Mobile Sidekick launching July 30th, no, it’s called the Sidekick 2008 The Boy Genius Report
- Google Android on the Nokia N810
- DNS Vulnerability Info from Sans
- Check your DNS (tool in right sidebar)
AlternaGeek.com Podcast, Episode 44 for the week of July 21th, 2008 – Featuring Linuxchic and TechMonkey.
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- 07.23.08 / 6pm
- DNS vulnerability, Google Android, Last.fm, Linux kernel, LinuxPC, MySpace, nokia n810, Novell, OpenMoko, SCO, Sidekick 2008, social networkers, Sun, Twing