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Hack: Android on iPhone

This could be the one of the very big news for linux lovers that now you will be able to run Android on iPhone successfully. As everyone know that Apple developed one of the very best mobile operating system for iPhone but may be that wasn't working for few people who later on decided to make something which could install Android (Google's mobile operating system) on iPhone. When the talks started, lots of people was very much sure that it's not possible to run android on iPhone, but David Wong, also known as “planetbeing”, proved it wrong and he finally achieved what many geeks have been dreaming from long.

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No More Free Solaris

There was a time in 2000 when Linux was just a minor part (5%) of the complete industry and most of the industry was captured by Proprietary Unix (90%). But time changes, and hence the numbers. Today, the numbers got completely reversed and now the Linux owns 90% of the market share with merely 5% to proprietary Unix.

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No More Linux For Your PS3

Sony's PlayStation 3 is choice of most of the gamers in this world, but at the same time it is choice of those people, who would like to use their gaming station as a desktop system too. Yes, till mach 2010, you could have installed linux (also other operating systems too) on your PlayStation 3 and could have used it as your desktop also.

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Techcrunch got hacked again

TechCrunch got hacked 2nd time again within 12 hours. Yesterday TechCrunch itself posted a blog [1] confirming about the hacking, and it got again 30 minutes back as well. Hacker's information is still unknown, and information is still being collected on how the site is compromised.

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Firefox 3.6 released

Firefox 3.6, the latest version of Mozilla’s popular browser, was released Thursday. With a lots of other improvements, this version features a 20 percent speed improvement, as Mozilla claimed. This release is built on Mozilla’s Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering platform.

“Firefox 3.6  is built on Mozilla’s Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering platform, which has been under development since early 2009 and …

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