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Nero: Kwik Media Manager – CES 2012 0

Nero: Kwik Media Manager – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSMartin Stein, Senior VP at Nero came on TPN CES Live to talk about nero’s newest product, Kwikmedia. This is a program that syncs all your media to a home device. You will be able to move files, play Blu-Ray movies and HD video, copy audio to CD’s or media devices (like smart phones). You will also be able to organize your photos so you can show them off on your tablet. There are two versions of Kwik Media. A free version, and Kwik Media Unlimited, which will cost $9.99 [cessponsor]

Installing Fedora in Virtual Box

Installing Fedora in Virtual Box

This is the first of a series of posts about installing Fedora Linux. Fedora is the free version of Red Hat Linux. It also serves as a testing ground and communication pipeline to the larger Linux community for Red Hat. The Fedora project was formally separated from Red Hat under the name “Fedora Core” (now simply “Fedora”) in 2003, but the Red Hat company sponsors and benefits from the Fedora project. Fedora is free and open source. Red Hat is open source, but not free. Red Hat has a large presence in the enterprise market; the current commercial release is called RHEL (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux) v. 6. The current release of Fedora is v. 14. Note that the version numbers for RHEL are not coordinated with the version numbers for Red Hat Linux/Fedora Core/Fedora. When you pay for RHEL, you pay for support. It’s a business...