Canonical wants to raise $32 million to build a Linux based phone for the masses. The article below is interesting from a number of perspectives.
Ever wanted a server “in the cloud” so you could do things like proxy web traffic, or put up a PageKite for personal use? Unfortunately, a VPS is expensive for the average DIYer who wants one for occasional personal use.
If you only need a light-weight VPS, search no more. Buy a Raspberry Pi and put it in a Colo for free! Follow the link to EDIS and see if they might be a good option for you. If nothing else, it just might put you on the list of who’s who of nerddom.
Netflix just might run on every computer in the world – unless it’s running a standard Linux distro. Though dedicated appliances like the Boxee Box run Netflix on Linux, the company refuses to release universal support to the Linux community at large.
We finally have a reasonable way to run Netflix natively on Linux using Wine. No more choppy playback from Windows VMs on your penguin lovin’ PC. Your Mythtv frontend can finally include Netflix in its arsenal of mind-numbing media madness. This has been a long time coming. Catch details in the links below or do a search for many more.
This show is great. Heard it first here…