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Make Your Own Pocketable Arduino Kit [DIY]

Arduino's are already pretty small, but they're still not conducive to travelling. Instructables user sath02 wanted to take his electronics tinkering on the road with him, so he built a pocket sized Arduino kit. More »...

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Apache Tika 1.2 Introduces New Network Server

The latest release of the open source metadata and structured text content extractor adds support for several new file formats and a new network server based on Apache CXF...

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Lenovo Set to Take Top PC Maker Crown, But at What Cost?

Chinese PC maker Lenovo could take the top spot as the world's biggest PC maker in a matter of weeks. But its lack of tablet experience in the post-PC world and low profit margins could hit the firm.

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Geronimo 3.0 Supports Java 7

With Geronimo 3.0, the developers of the Java application server have fixed more than 450 bugs and added over 100 improvements, as well as just under 50 new features...

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Coming Soon : Open Source Graphic Drivers For Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a single board, ARM based mini-computer which costs as low as $35. The device lacks open-source drivers and people have to rely on proprietary drivers for advanced graphics.Things may change, as developers are busy making an open-source source driver for it.

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Intel Driver Modes-Set Rework Hits 81 Patches

Daniel Vetter's re-work of the Intel DRM driver mode-setting code has now expanded to 81 patches in size...

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