سهم بازار تولید کنندگان گوشی های موبایل

هرچند اوضاع متغییر اقتصادی اوضاع خرید و ارایه گجت ها را با مشکلات و تغییراتی مواجه کرده است، اما نوآوری ها و ورود خانواده Android تمامی تولید کنندگان را به تحرک انداخته است. امیدوارم این نمودار به زودی با قسمتی زیادی از سطح خانواده Android اشغال شود.

HOW TO know more as a newbie?

It is not a long time which ubuntu became one of the most popular Linux distributions. I have received a pack of 10 CDs from ubuntu shipit service and share theme with some friend and colleague. As most of them are completely new to the Linux world I have usually forced to answer lots of question! (Most of the time I am talking about RTFM methodology after two or three times :)) so here , I want to list some of useful internet guide for a Linux SMART newbie:

– Your first place for all the time is our big brother, Google. Don’t hesitate to ask your question from G!
– Most of the famous distributions have their own web forum or community. but for most of the you can refer to LinuxQuestions.
– Up to your languages, there should be some kind of LUG or local community for you area. if you are Iranian or talking Persian you can use Technotux and هزاردستان!
– Talking about Ubuntu, I have to mention Unofficial Ubuntu Starter Guide (Persian) , Ubuntu Blog , Ubuntu Forums
– You can view a long list of Screenshots from different distributions at OSDir Screenshot Gallery. OSDir is a member of O’REILLY NETWORK.
– You can view list of different distributions at the DistroWatch website. If you want to know more about Major Distributions or be aware of the latest news don’t forget to read DW Weekly !
– There is tons of other resource available in the internet, like Linux Documentation Project and mailing lists.

p.s: Add any url you think could be a useful one !

Google Earth for Linux

After a long tiem google released Google Earth for Linux. You can test Beta4 under your linux box and just find some more information here > Google Earth

* Kernel: 2.4 or later
* glibc: 2.3.2 w/ NPTL or later
* XFree86-4.0 or x.org R6.7 or later
* CPU: Pentium 3, 500Mhz
* System Memory (RAM): 128MB
* Hard Disk: 400MB free space
* Network Speed: 128 Kbits/sec
* Screen: 1024×768, 16 bit color
* Tested and works on the following OSs:
Ubuntu 5.10
Suse 10.1
Fedora Core 5
Linspire 5.1
Gentoo 2006.0
Debian 3.1
Red Hat 9

I will try to post some screenshots too ( heh ). And also you can find my places here !

Gmail Hosted

It was long time ago I have registered to use the Gmail Hosted beta service. last week I received an email from Google team which announced the availability of the beta service.
Here you can see some screenshots from the administration panel and it's user interface.
The best part is Google Calendar in my opinion which you can use across your small office/team.

If you want more information about this service, I suggest to read it's FAQ page here : Gmail for your domain FAQ

This special beta test lets you give Gmail, Google's webmail service, to every user at your domain. Gmail for your domain is hosted by Google, so there's no hardware or software for you to install or maintain.
Gmail – 2 gigabytes of storage and search tools that help your users find information fast. Instant messaging from right inside their accounts.
Google Talk – Users can call or send instant messages to their contacts for free – anytime, anywhere in the world.
Google Calendar – Users can organize their schedules and share events and calendars with others.
Control Panel – Easily manage user accounts, aliases, mailing lists, and chat settings.

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You can use this account as a Jabber account and there is possibility to connect your local XMMP network.
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