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Developer Linux News for Jan 14, 2010

  • Location-aware search with Apache Lucene and Solr (2010-01-14 23:34:35)
    IBM Developerworks: "Whether looking for the nearest coffee shop on a GPS-enabled smartphone, nearby friends via a social-networking site, or all trucks within the city delivering a certain product, more and more people and businesses are using location-aware search services."

  • Linux Kernel Stable Release (2010-01-14 22:04:35)
    ItRunsOnLine: "The 3rd upgrade of Linux kernel version 2.6.32 has been released."

  • Advantech launches Core i7 flotilla (2010-01-14 21:04:35)
    LinuxDevices: "Advantech launched a flotilla of seven Linux-ready devices using Intel's new, embedded-oriented Core i7 processor."

  • Choosing a browser: What do you look for? (2010-01-14 20:34:35)
    Dissociated Press: "My criteria for choosing a browser may be quite different than yours, though. I'm interested to know what other people look for in a Web browser, and what features may not be that important. Here's what I look for:"

  • BerliOS compromised (with screenshot) (2010-01-14 18:34:35)
    LWN.net: "The BerliOS repository site has been compromised; indeed, it appears it has been compromised since 2005. What little information is available can be found from this (German) Heise article (Google translation) and a screen shot from the defaced site."

  • Proud to be a Googler (2010-01-14 17:04:35)
    Thoughts by Ted: "Although I obviously had nothing to do with Google's decision vis-a-vis China, having only started working there for a week, I was definitely glad to see it and it made me proud to be able to say that I work there"

  • BerliOS Hosting Site Hacked (2010-01-14 16:34:35)
    OStatic: "The BerliOS open source software portal was compromised and recently had its home page defaced, but no disclosure has been made on the site."

  • Microsoft predicts Linux will fail mobile 'quality' test (2010-01-14 14:04:35)
    Register Hardware: "Linux is shaping up as Microsoft's target in a potential war of attrition to gain lost market share for Windows Mobile in handsets."

  • New EGL Gallium3D State Tracker Pushed (2010-01-14 03:04:35)
    Phoronix: "For the past few months there has been a developer, Chia-I Wu, working to bring the Mesa 3D stack to Android netbooks."