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IBM Pays Customers To Ditch Sun Servers

Big Blue is doubling a rewards program under which businesses can get thousands of dollars worth of software and services for free--if they unplug their Sun boxes.
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Nano board targets home media servers

Via Technologies has announced a Mini-ITX motherboard intended to find a place in home media servers. The VB8002 runs Linux on a 1.6GHz Nano processor, and offers DVI and S-Video connectors, S/PDIF output, and RCA jacks for connection to external A/V equipment, the company says.
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Linux Security Through Proxy Servers

Security is ever-present on the minds of many computer users, and proxy servers can help you along considerably. This article outlines what proxy servers are and how to use them to keep your computer secure. Overview The internet can be a scary place, even for the most conservative of web users.
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Sunlit Oracle Could Become Formidable Hardware Vendor

Article Source InformationWeek
April 21, 2009, 2:05 pm

Industry analysts predict the Oracle-Sun combo will shift the balance of power in the data center software and hardware sector.

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Google's Android Hits Set-Top Box

The set-top box may be just the first non-phone device that uses Google's open source operating system. 

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