Day: December 10, 2009

Denmark can save cash by dumping Office

Denmark can save cash by dumping Office The Danish government could save around 125 million Danish krone (£11.3 million) over the next five years if it adopts the OpenOffice.org productivity software instead of upgrading to Microsoft’s Office 2007 suite. Doing nothing could save it even more, according to a study by consultancy Rambøll Management. Rambøll compared the cost of different ways of implementing the Danish Parliament’s 2 June decision that government institutions exchanging information digitally with citizens or companies must do so in file formats based on open standards from 1 January 2008. The Danish Open Source Business Association...

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Windows 8: Five things we might see at BUILD

Windows 8: Five things we might see at BUILD The buzz is building over Microsoft’s BUILD conference that starts today, where the company will provide more details about Windows 8, which the company bills as the most radical change in its OS since Windows 95. “In 1995, Windows changed the PC,” Microsoft says. “BUILD will show you that Windows 8 change everything.” But what everyone’s wondering is whether Windows 8 will change everything for better or worse? Microsoft is building its next OS to run consistently on multiple device platforms, including desktop PCs, laptops, netbooks, convertible laptops, and tablets....

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Need for Speed World car list Reveal

Need for Speed World car list Reveal EA’s Need for Speed World car list has been announced, the car list is for Need for Speed World’s Beta. Here is the list for you: TIER 1 Mazdaspeed3 1969 Dodge Charger R/T Nissan Silvia S15 Volkswagen Scirocco Mitsubishi Eclipse GT Nissan 240SX Toyota Corolla AE86 1971 Dodge Challenger TIER 2 BMW Z4 M Coupe Lotus Elise Nissan 350Z Mazda RX-7 Audi S5 Porsche Cayman S 2008 Dodge Charger R/T Volkswagen Golf R32 Lexus IS-F Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX Nissan 370Z Subaru WRX STi TIER 3 BMW M3 GTR (E46) Nissan GT-R...

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Sega to Zenimax: You're too slow!

Sega to Zenimax: You’re too slow! Sega outbids Zenimax for Relic Entertainment during the THQ auction, wins by 300 grand. The THQ property auction is finally over, and the various intellectual properties have finally been sold. The most surprising of the biding wars was between two companies. Sega and Zenimax (Owners of Bethesda). Now that the auction is over, it’s been revealed who bought what. Both Sega and Zenimax were willing to pony up over $26 million for something, but what could it possibly be? Could it be Volition, makers of the successful Saints Row games? Nope, sorry! The...

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