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With oil prices sky-high, bikes for hire have finally rolled into the United States looking for riders in the US capital, as they have with success in Paris, Lyon and Barcelona. It works like this: for an annual fee of 40 dollars paid for online the bike can be taken out for no additional cost for up to three hours.

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A direct response from the Google Browser Sync team: “It was a tough call, but we decided to phase out support for Browser Sync. Since the team has moved on to other projects that are keeping them busy, we don’t have time to update the extension to work with Firefox 3 or to continue to maintain it.”

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Terra Soft Solutions, the company behind Yellow Dog Linux, launched its YDL PowerStation, the unofficial successor to the Apple PowerMac G5. Not just a simple replacement, but a well designed, readily upgradable, and far, far, more open source friendly system. The YDL PowerStation is four cores of unleashed Power in a solid, affordable package.”

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Terra Soft Solutions announced a development workstation billed as the heir to the Apple PowerMac G5 Quad, except more open. The Yellow Dog Linux (YDL) PowerStation offers four PowerPC cores clocked at 2.5GHz, up to 32GB RAM, and four bays for serially attached SCSI (SAS) drives.

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