Chinese pirates are set to miff Microsoft by adapting the Open Source Ubuntu until it is the spit of Windows XP. Apparently the pirates had made a hacked version of Windows XP but for some reason Microsoft cracked down on it.
Now the answer to that is the Ylmf OS. If you have a look at the download page and are fluent in Chinese you will find an ISO that you can download. Unfortunately looking at the testing, and the screenshots, would suggest that the OS's GUI is purely Chinese too.
In the spirit of recent rumours, we decided to go direct and ask DFI about it and have been given a straightforward answer with a slight insight into its future product plans. In any case DFI isn't going anywhere and the Lanparty brand is here to stay.
DFI told Fudzilla that, despite the fact that this is not the first time such rumors have surfaced, the company is still getting caught off guard by them and decisions of such nature were never even brought up within the company. The RD team is still working hard on new products and BIOS updates, so there's no reason to get excited.
It seems like the latest FTC lawsuit against Intel could spell many a great thing for Nvidia, and not just make them rediscover their artistic spirit. In a lawsuit filed on Wednesday, FTC proposed a few dodgy points, most notable being number 17 and 18.
Number 17 states: "Requiring Intel to make available technology (including whatever is necessary to interoperate with Intel’s CPUs or chipsets) to others, via licensing or other means, upon such terms and conditions as the Commission may order, including but not limited to extensions of terms of current licenses."
Security experts at the Invisible Things lab have found a new vulnerability in certain Intel processors.
The SINIT feature of SMM (System Management Mode) can interfere with TXT (Trusted eXecution Technology), allowing it to elevate privileges, trick the SENTER instruction into not protecting a newly-loaded hypervisor or kernel. The upshot of one acronym influencing another is that rootkits can be developed which run at the most basic, privileged level of the processor.
Chipmaker Intel has confirmed that it will launch 17 new desktop and mobile processors which are based on its 32-nanometer process technology in the first week of January.
The launch will take place at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The outfit will also release three new chipsets and seven wireless modules on January 7 which means that there will be a total of 27 new products associated with its next-generation 32nm technology, codenamed Westmere.
A court in east China has handed down jail sentences of up to three years to 11 people for their roles in online gaming scams. The scammers pocketed the grand sum of 140,000 dollars which is big money behind the bamboo curtain.
Lu Yizhong and Zeng Yifu wrote malicious Trojan horse viruses and nicked 5.3 million user names and passwords from online gamers. The cash was then used for "illegal gains", the Xinhua news agency said. It did not say what those illegal gains were but it seems that the cash was used as seed finance for other scams. (Like democracy. sub.ed.)
According to the latest press release the S.T.A.L.K.E.R Call of Pripyat will show its face on North America shelves on February 2nd 2010.
Viva Media, bitcomposer and GSC Game World have announced that the sequel of Shadow of Chernobyl, a quite good and popular first person shooter willl show up on North American shelves on February 2nd 2010. As you may already know, the game was released on November 5th but only for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, while the rest of the Europe, Australia and the USA will share the same February release fate.
It has been just over a month since the Mozilla development team released Firefox 3.5.5, and now the time has come again to implement additional security issues and stability enhancements.
As we patiently wait in anticipation for the big Firefox 3.60 build to arrive in Spring 2010, it is important that we show our respect and encouragement to the individuals within the Mozilla development team who have provided us with open source browsing for over five years in a row.
The European Commission has buried the hatchet with Microsoft after Redmond agreed to offer European consumers the choice of alternative browsers in Windows. In turn, the EC agreed to drop charges filed against Microsoft back in January.
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