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Edgester (105351) writes "Mobile Review got its hands on the successor to Nokia's N810. The community has dubbed it, the N900. The screenshots hint that it will be a phone. The article is a little light on specs, but mentions an ARM Cortex-A8 CPU, 32GB internal memory and a microSD slot that can take 32GB cards.
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Edgester (105351) writes "It looks like the Blastwave project has forked. Blastwave is a project that makes various FOSS packages available on Solaris using a apt-like packager, but it has no affiliation with Sun Microsystems. It looks like the project has forked with a good dose of finger-pointing and some ill will.
Edgester (105351) writes "If you could write a new law to encourage or enforce Net Neutrality, how would you word it? How would you balance tiered customers who pay for SLA's that guarantee a level of service with discouraging the the throttling of a non-partner's content, but being able to throttle or block botnets and other bad guys.
While I don't want preferential throttling of content, I can't think of how to write a rule to enforce this without eliminating the other two sides. It's all firewall rules or or router policies, who and why you throttle or block is all subjective. I think I'm to the point where I don't want to legislate this, but instead just force full disclosure of policies and let the market sort it out.
I'm also doubtful that the congress critters would get it right. I'm afraid that the uber-regulated net neutrality option may leave us worse off than letting preferential filtering happen. Opinions?" top
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