Linux News for Jul 31, 2010
'Unhackable' Android can be hacked, Black Hat researchers say (Jul 31, 2010, 22:04)
Computerworld: "Once thought to be unhackable,
the Android phone is anything but, according to researchers
presenting at Black Hat 2010."
10 Experimental PHP Projects Pushing the Envelope (Jul 31, 2010, 18:04)
Developer.com: "The PHP community has never
been one to shy away from bending their favorite language more ways
than a shopping mall pretzel, and as the ten wild projects
introduced in this article indicate, the fervor for experimentation
is as strong as ever!"
Microsoft should starve on radical penguin diet (Jul 31, 2010, 14:04)
The Register: "When the mouthpiece of American
capitalism calls a company a dog, it's time to re-evaluate that
USPTO Asks for Comments on New Interim Guidance on Bilski (Jul 31, 2010, 10:04)
Groklaw: "The PTO has just issued new guidance
for their examiners on Bilski, Interim Guidance for Determining
Subject Matter Eligibility for Process Claims in View of Bilski v.
Kappos [PDF] -- on how to follow what they think Bilski held as to
what is and isn't patentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C. §
Desktop Summit 2011 Announced (Jul 31, 2010, 06:04)
KDE.news: "GNOME and KDE are teaming up again
to host the 2011 Desktop Summit in Berlin, Germany. Due to the
success of the 2009 Desktop Summit the projects will co-locate
GUADEC and Akademy once again in August, 2011 for the largest free
software desktop event ever."
Setting Up OpenVPN on a DD-WRT Router, Part 2 (Jul 31, 2010, 02:04)
Serverwatch: "This is the second installment of
a two-part series on setting up the OpenVPN server on DD-WRT router
firmware. This is a great way to set up secure connections to your
network for road-warriors or to remotely connect offices."