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First Psystar video surfaces

First Psystar video surfaces

Gizmodo brings us the first video of a Psystar Open Computer in the wild. Reader Patrick (Whiskeyfrown) made a video showing the machine (including the connections in the back to the monitor to show that it's legit).

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Mobile broadband joins the pick'n'mix

Mobile broadband joins the pick'n'mix

As if proof were needed that mobile broadband has now flown the enterprise-only coop, news arrives that pre-pay HSDPA dongles are being sold in Woolworths. Argos and Tesco are reportedly set to follow suit.

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The Long Tail of Services

The Long Tail of Services

The "Long Tail" explains the growing use of services outside of the core domains of SOA, business process implementation and integration, says XAWare chief science officer, Kirstan Vandersluis.

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Is Google locking up historical works?

Is Google locking up historical works?

Google provides funding to universities and researchers around the world who scan and digitize books for them. Many of these books have considerable historical significance, although Google's real goal, according to a CNN piece on the effort, is to createGoogle Inc.

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Mobile software Monday: SplashMoney for Windows Mobile

Mobile software Monday: SplashMoney for Windows Mobile

I load up quite a few 3rd party applications on my mobile devices and a few stick around and appear on all of my devices because I find them essential for my daily life. One application that I tried several years ago on my Palm Treo was SplashMoney from SplashData. It has been a few years since I used a Palm OS device as a primary device, so I was quite pleased to hear of the recent launch of SplashMoney version 4.0 for Windows Mobile devices. My T-Mobile Shadow is found in my pocket most of the time so I quickly loaded it up with SplashMoney's non-touch screen version. I also loaded the desktop client on my Fujitsu U810 and the touch screen client on the HTC Advantage. They also now have a Mac desktop version, but that does not sync to Windows Mobile devices. You can see just over 20 screenshots of SplashMoney on my two Windows Mobile devices and a PC in my image gallery.

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Bungee integrates with the power of Amazon EC2

Bungee integrates with the power of Amazon EC2

I'm still catching up on Web 2.0 news but one of the interesting bits was that Bungee (my coverage), the platform as a service company which lets you build, test, deploy, and track Ajax applications from a browser-based application, is now leveraging EC2 so that Bungee developers can deploy their applications on Amazon's EC2.

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