Archive: 18/05/2007

WinHEC: Day Two Wrapup

On day two we learned more about the Vista driver rollout, HomePlug networking, and the Windows Home Server product.

dateMay 18, 2007 in Hardware
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Before selling carbon credits, read this

Storing carbon in agricultural soils presents an immediate option to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide and slow global warming. Farmers who adopt practices that store carbon in soil may be able to "sell" the stored carbon ...

dateMay 18, 2007 in Environment
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Google Keeps Close Eye on Open Source

Q&A: Chris DiBona, a programs manager for Google, talks about how the company uses open-source software and what it contributes to the open-source community.

dateMay 18, 2007 in Other
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Microsoft's Patent Threats Evoke Retorts

Partly in response to Microsoft's recent patent threats to Linux and other open-source software, the FSF (Free Software Foundation) announced on May 16 the creation of a new activist campaigns team to organize public support ...

dateMay 18, 2007 in Software
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Study of protein folds offers insight into metabolic evolution

Researchers at the University of Illinois have constructed the first global family tree of metabolic protein architecture. Their approach offers a new window on the evolutionary history of metabolism. The study appears this ...

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