- Joe Biden on Joe Barton: "Incredibly Out of Touch" | Blue Wave News – Joe Biden Says All That Needs to Be Said About Joe Barton’s Apology
- New JRockit book – A new book, "Oracle JRockit: The Definitive Guide", has just been published
- Introducing the Google Command Line Tool – Google Open Source Blog – GoogleCL is a pure Python application that uses the Python gdata libraries to make Google Data API calls from the command line.
- CHART OF THE DAY: Here’s Why Politicians Are Falling Over Themselves To Skewer BP Right Now – Pew research did a survey and the results are astounding — 59% of Americans are following the BP oil leak story (shown in the top blue bar below), which blows away the tiny 8% of Americans who care about the economy.
- Sencha launches HTML5 framework for mobile apps – The Sencha Touch framework enables developers to build rich Web applications offering native-like usability, according to Sencha. The framework is optimized for building applications for touch-based devices
- Forrester Projects Tablets Will Outsell Netbooks By 2012, Desktops By 2013 – The tablet era has just begun, but Forrester Research is already predicting tablet sales in the U.S. will overtake netbook sales by 2012, and desktop sales by 2015
- iPad MiFi Conversion for Verizon | Dish Television High Definition Store – There is one major flaw with the iPad that’s been bothering me about it since day one: AT&T. As revolutionary and awesome as it is, the iPad deserves–and needs–a good internet connection, hence the reason Sprint and Verizon have been pushing the use of MiFi with the iPad.
- Turn Your Old Router into a Range-Boosting Wi-Fi Repeater [Router] – With the magic of DD-WRT, you can turn your older wireless router into a range-expanding Wi-Fi repeater to cover everywhere you need a connection
- Spring Framework 3.0.3 released | SpringSource Team Blog – After several weeks of fine-tuning and community feedback, Spring Framework 3.0.3 is now available. This release fixes more than a hundred minor issues reported against Spring 3.0.2. This release catches up with recent third-party releases: OpenJPA 2.0 final, Hibernate 3.5.2, and JBoss 6.0.0 M3, all of which are fully supported in combination with Spring 3 now.
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