There’s an interesting development from the Ubuntu camp that I recently noticed:
Ubuntu’s future 10.10 operating system is going to make a small, but contentious change to how file sizes are represented. Like most other operating systems using binary prefixes, Ubuntu currently represents 1 kB (kilobyte) as 1024 bytes (base-2). But starting with 10.10, a switch to SI prefixes (base-10) will denote 1 kB as 1000 bytes, 1 MB as 1000 kB, 1 GB as 1000 MB, and so on.”
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iPad is going to be available at the Apple store this Saturday at 9am. So, clear your schedule and surrender your cash.
This list of games won’t break any sale records, but there are available to play for Linux. Here’s the list from Linux Magazine.
From PC World: Canonical’s Ubuntu is now the third Linux operating system approved by the General Services Administration for use by federal purchasers. It joins Red Hat and Novell which are already available through the GSA Advantage purchasing program.