Update Java immediately!

Secunia reported earlier today that they’ve discovered multiple vulnerabilities in the Sun Java JRE (Java Runtime Environment): Multiple unspecified errors in the Java Runtime Environment can b...

Wubi – the easiest way to Linux

Wubi is an unofficial Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a single click. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu as any other application. If you...

Free Student Software Packages

In a combined effort of reducing pirating and helping out students SoftwareFor.org have put together 2 software distro’s, one for Mac and one for Windows (Linux users know their way around anyw...

Sun to become Win Server OEM

In my post yesterday about the forthcoming Ubuntu Server OS that is optimized for VMware I was also wondering what the others would do. The answer came blistering fast and was announced on Sun.com ye...

Ubuntu OS optimized for VMware

In this new age of virtualization it only seemed fit to announce that a slimmed down Ubuntu Server OS that is optimized for VMware is soon to be released. The news was published yesterday on “T...

WordPress 2.3 on its way

Matt recently announced the release of the first Beta for the 2.3 series/branch. I’ll give it a try on localhost first and probably wait for the first stable release before upgrading. More info...

LIVE ID available for developers

With the Windows Live™ ID Web Authentication 1.0 software development kit (SDK) you can have a platform-neutral way to bring the power of the Windows Live ID authentication service to your own Web si...

Worlds most expensive iPod

The most expensive iPod (probably) was recently “built” in Norway. It’s the famous Norwegian goldsmith/jeweller Heyerdahl that took on the task of rebuilding the outer shell of an i...

Flash Player 9 with HD support

Adobe announced earlier today that a public beta version of the update to Adobe Flash Player 9 software, code-named Moviestar, will include H.264 and HE-AAC functionality. The update will be availabl...

Storing Power in a Sheet of Paper

Troy, N.Y. – Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new energy storage device that easily could be mistaken for a simple sheet of black paper. The nano engineered battery is...