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DOS emulator brings Raspberry Pi back to the '90s for Doom LAN parties

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Who can forget the first time they obliterated their buddy with a BFG9000 during a spirited Doom game? Raspberry Pi coder Pate wants to resurrect those good times with an rpix86 DOS emulator that opens up the world of retro PC games like the aforementioned FPS pioneer along with...
DOS emulator brings Raspberry Pi back to the '90s for Doom LAN parties

Canonical Ubuntu One Music Service Goes Into Public Beta

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We store music on iTunes despite its stringent DRM, preventing us from freely sharing music. But like any innovation in the marketplace, it takes time for us to determine what is acceptable and what is not. The promise of cloud computing and the ability to store limitless amounts of music...
Canonical Ubuntu One Music Service Goes Into Public Beta

IO taps McLaren to speed up its modular data centers

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Web giants such as Facebook, eBay and Google like to boast of the power-usage effectiveness (PUE) inside their data centers, but it’s rare to see cloud providers and other data center operators talking about how efficient they are with when it comes to using power. IO Data Centers markets the...
IO taps McLaren to speed up its modular data centers

Google's Dart lands in Chromium tech preview

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Leaves weren't the only things flying around Mountain View last Autumn if you remember, Google also unleashed its Dart programming language. Now, developers can get their hands on a tech preview version of Chromium, with the Dart virtual machine baked right in. There are Mac and Linux binaries available...
Google's Dart lands in Chromium tech preview

Run XP Mode on Windows 7 Machines Without Hardware Virtualization [Virtualization]

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Whether you want to run XP mode on your Windows 7 machine and you can't for lack of a chip that supports virtualization or you just don't want to use Microsoft's virtualization software, you can run XP mode sans virtualization.Over at How-To Geek they've put together a guide to running...
Run XP Mode on Windows 7 Machines Without Hardware Virtualization [Virtualization]

Cisco Acquires Cloud Management Company Cloupia For $125 Million

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Cisco has announced it plans to acquire Cloupia for $125 million.  The software company helps customers automate their data centers. Cisco sees Cloupia’s infrastructure management software enhancing its Unified Computing System (UCS) and Nexus switching portfolio. Cisco expects Cloupia will help better manage the automation of compute, network and storage...
Cisco Acquires Cloud Management Company Cloupia For $125 Million

Cisco buys VCider to boost its distributed cloud vision

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Cisco is buying vCider, a specialist in virtual network overlay technology (and a former GigaOM Structure LaunchPad finalist). The move is a response to  VMware’s acquisition of Nicira and its software-defined networking technology in July which has strained the once close partnership between Cisco and VMware. vCider’s technology works in much...
Cisco buys VCider to boost its distributed cloud vision

Rulers of the Cloud: Will Cloud Computing Be the Second Coming of Cisco?

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Cisco is betting heavily on the network as the platform. We took a look at the role of the network in the emerging landscape of cloud computing as part one of analysis of "Will One Company be Dominant in Cloud Computing". We started with Cisco, since the cloud implies the...
Rulers of the Cloud: Will Cloud Computing Be the Second Coming of Cisco?
Oracle tells jury "clean room" not enough to avoid patent infringement
Installing the Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Bend Windows 8 to your will with these free tools

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Suggesting that reviews of Windows 8 have been mixed is a bit of an understatement, but you don't have to take my word for it; Microsoft's bold new operating system is available right now, and if you spend some time with it I wager there are elements of the...
Bend Windows 8 to your will with these free tools

Windows 7 XP Mode - Complete with IE6 .... Huh?

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Back here, I touched on the fact that Windows 7 XP mode for Windows 7 is now available to registered users and no longer requires hardware (CPU visualization) support ... but does require 'reasonable' system resources. There are some excellent features with this implementation, specifically the ability to launch and run programs in...
Windows 7 XP Mode - Complete with IE6 .... Huh?

Judge asks Oracle and Google another great question about interoperability and copyrightability

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Judge William Alsup, the federal judge presiding over Oracle v. Google, is working hard on his upcoming decision on the copyrightability of the 37 asserted Java APIs. If the jury doesn't render a patent verdict by 1 PM local time today, the trial will resume on Tuesday, but the judge will...
Judge asks Oracle and Google another great question about interoperability and copyrightability
You Are Old Now, Says GOG's Massive Interplay Games Sale, But That's Okay

How To: Create a trial run with virtualization on your existing setup

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: Even if you aren’t quite ready to load replace your trusty Windows Server with ESXi just yet, you can try it out...
How To: Create a trial run with virtualization on your existing setup

Joyent Appoints New CEO And Pushes Out Joyent7 For The Emerging Scaled Out Enterprise

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Joyent has appointed Henry Wasik as its new CEO and released Joyent7 to help companies develop the emerging, scaled-out global enterprise. Wasik replaces Co-Founder Jason Hoffman, who has served as the interim CEO since David Young left the company earlier this year. Wasik most recently served as the president and CEO of...
Joyent Appoints New CEO And Pushes Out Joyent7 For The Emerging Scaled Out Enterprise
Europe warms to OpenStack
Google Calls For Mistrial After Jury Says Android Stole From Java

Google Goes Native: Offers Sneak Peak at C++ Support in Chromium

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This week, the Chromium project offered a sneak peak to it's Native Client SDK. This project enables the browser to process C and C++ in the client and interface these methods and encapsulations with HTML and JavaScript. Additionally, the project provides bridges to portable graphics and audio engines in an...
Google Goes Native: Offers Sneak Peak at C++ Support in Chromium
Google Opens Up Compute Engine To All Developers Who Buy Its $400/Month Gold Support Package, Drops Instance Prices By 4%

VMware virtual machines targeted by "Crisis" espionage malware

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Symantec.com Researchers have uncovered a single espionage malware attack that is capable of infecting multiple platforms, including computers running the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, Windows-powered mobile devices, and VMware virtual machines. When Ars first chronicled the trojan backdoor known as Morcut last month, we reported that...
VMware virtual machines targeted by "Crisis" espionage malware

Get Mac Blu-ray Player, Snapz Pro, Disk Tools, CrossOver, Paperless OCR, Gemini de-duper, more: $9

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From 9to5Toys.com: We covered this earlier this week when it was under $7 but it bears repeating as the price is still under $10. Usually, these ‘name your own price’ bundles are full of duds but this one is pretty impressive. You get Mac Blu-ray Player, Snapz Pro, Disk Tools,...
Get Mac Blu-ray Player, Snapz Pro, Disk Tools, CrossOver, Paperless OCR, Gemini de-duper, more: $9
Can VMware Get a Virtual Machine On the iPhone?
Google and Oracle Enter Two Round of Heavyweight Legal Fight

Cisco buys cloud, virtual machine security company Virtuata

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Cisco officials announced today that the company will purchase Virtuata, a company specializing in virtual-machine security. As eWeek reports, the move will expand Cisco's data center and cloud portfolio, an area the company has been looking to focus on for some time.......
Cisco buys cloud, virtual machine security company Virtuata

Web Servers In A Can: Now In Stock At Mac App Store

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Web developers using OS X, take note: If you want to create a fully contained server stack in which to build and test your latest ideas on Joomla, Drupal or WordPress, you're just one click away from creating such an environment. Four Different Choices Within the App Store for OS...
Web Servers In A Can: Now In Stock At Mac App Store

Wercker aims to "fix" the app dev universe

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Talk about taking on big problems. Startup Wercker, says it will provide a continuous deployment Software as a Service that can keep up with the hyperactive deployment world characterized by Amazon, Netflix and other companies that deploy what can be thousands of software updates per day. No pressure there! Amsterdam-based Wercker,...
Wercker aims to "fix" the app dev universe

BitNami Goes Beyond AWS Cloud with Application Library

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BitNami announced today that they're going to be offering ready to run images of popular open source stacks for a wider range of public and private clouds. Previously, BitNami's cloud images were only available for Amazon Web Services (AWS), but the company is now providing images for Eucalyptus, OpenStack, VMware...
BitNami Goes Beyond AWS Cloud with Application Library

Apple issues Flashback removal tool for 10.7 Lion systems not running Java

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The Flashback OS X trojan continues to cast a rainy shadow over Mac owners' sense of security, and even though a fix has been released, this was only for what Apple considered "the most common variants." Users of Lion, who don't have Java installed, weren't included in that initial...
Apple issues Flashback removal tool for 10.7 Lion systems not running Java

New Ways to Do Disaster Recovery Using Virtualization

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Remember your father's disaster recovery (DR) process? Chances are it involved using a bunch of data tapes and rotating them between home and work, or different offices. Tapes were cheap, but notoriously unreliable. And getting them restored on a server took a lot of work. There are better solutions for...
New Ways to Do Disaster Recovery Using Virtualization
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