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Daily Dose - What is Chromoting?

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Daily Dose - What is Chromoting?

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An official Google message posted by a non-Google party revealed a thin client functionality called Chromoting (unofficially).  Chromoting will be built into Chrome OS to enable the access of "legacy" PC applications from within the broswer.  The message said that Chromoting is "something like" Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection, but not much detail was given.

Door Closes on SCO's Grab For Unix Patents
After losing its trial and appeal, the book is finally closed on the SCO v. Novell case.  This weekend, a US judge ruled that the previous trial was conducted properly and that SCO had run out of appeals.  Although we now know that Novell's Linux-related patents are safe from SCO, there's no telling what could happen when Novell is acquired (companies have started bidding).

Aspect-Oriented Ruby
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Yahoo Pipes Gets 2nd Gen Engine
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The Sun has Risen, and it's Name is Google
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