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Title : The latest Open Source Software Available and the Latest Development in

NAME : Ainur Aslah binti Jamaludin
I/C : 990416-05-5490
CLASS : 4 Adil

Open source software (OOS) is defined as computer software for which the sourcecode and
certain other rights normally reserved for copyright holders are provided under a software
license that meets the open source definition or that is in the public domain. This permits
users to use, change and improve the software and to redistribute it in modified r unmodified
forms. It is very often developed in a public, collaborative manner. Open source sortware is
the most prominent example of open source development and often compared to usergenerated content. The term open source sortware originated as part of a marketing
campaign for free software.
Hardware is a general rhat refers to the physical artifacts of a technology. It may also mean
the physicl components of a computer system in the form of computer hardware.
Software is a general term used to describe a collection of computer programs, procedures
and documentation that perform some tasks on a computer system. Software includes
websites, program, that are coded by programming languanges.

2.0 The Latest Open Source Operating System (OS)

2.1 OSOS is operating system tthat provided tfor use, modification and redistribution. It
can be download from the internet for free and modify with suggested improvements.
2.2 Examples of open sourse , OS
Unix is a operating system that was designed to provide personal computer users
a free or very low-cost operating system that was designed to provide personal
computer users a free or very low- a reputatuin as a very efficient and fastperforming system.

Windows XP

Windows XP is an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers,

including home and business destops, laptops and media centers. First released to computer
manufacturers on August24,2001 it is the second most popular version of Windows based on
installed user base. The name XP is short for eXPeriece.

3.0 The latest Open Source Application Software

3.1 OSAS is an application software (is a computer programme or a suite of computer
programs that performs a particular function for the users ) that is its source codes are
available to users and they have the rights to modify it which also means that it is
free to download and use.
3.2 Examples of open source application software
a) Gnome office empowers you with three best in class productions available as
GNU Free Sotfware. The times of wrestling with file formats, compatibility, and
halfway-three features is over. The abiWord word processor, Gnumeric
spreadsheet and Gnome-DB data access components allow you to get it done
b) NeoOffice is a fork the free/open source openOffice.org office suite that is ported
to Mac Os X. It implements nearly all of the features of the corresponding
Openoffice.org version, including word processor, spreadsheet, presentation
program. It is developed by Planamesa Software, and uses Jaya technology to
integrate OpenOffice.org originally developed for Solaris and Linux with the
Aqua interface of Mac Os X.
OpenOffice.org was originally released under both the LGPL ang SISSL : it is
now released solely under the LGPL.

4.0 Latest Development in ICT

4.1 Hardware (state specification OR special features of ONE hardware and compare it
to previous model (s))

a) Conan Pixma MP280

a) Canon Pixma MX360

The Canon Pixma MP280 is an entry level

The Canon Pixma MX360 was first

all-in-oneprinter, scanner, and copier with

introduced by Canon in January during

enchanced photo printing capabilities. It

CES 2011. It is entry level model

was the budget-friendly model out of its line designed for small office/home office
of eight photo printers released by Canon in

use, a longside the Pixma MX410. We

2010. Taking on the new Pixma photo

have already reviewed the leading

printer look, it features a simple glossy

flagship inkjet out of the bunch, the

black design with silver accents just like the

Pixma MX882, and the inkjet that is one

previously reviewed sister product, the

step down from it, the Pixma MX420.

Canon Pixma MP495. Canon has included

Now we will take a look at the MX360.

Full HD Movie Print and phot editing

This four-in-one can print, scan, copy

software, as well as the Easy Photo Print

and fax and connects to a computer via

app for Android smartphones in the

HighSpeed USB 2.0 ( note that MX410

package. Moreover, this photo all-in-one

has wireless connectivity). It has an

offers high color photo capabilities with a

automatic document feeder that can fit

maximum of 4800 x 1200 dpi and is Energy

up to 30 sheets and a 100-sheet rear feed

Star certified. It is currently selling for only

tray. We tested the MX360 and found

S7 from Canons website, so keep reading

that it can print up to 8 black and white

to find out if this is the right printer for you.

pages per minute under the default

Our reviews include n overview of

settings. The MX360 has a list price of

specifications, testing results, a summary of

$79.99: check out our full review below

the build and design and more.

to find out if this is the suitable inkjet

for your office at that price.

4.2 Software
( state year / date of release, special features of ONE software and compare it to
previous (s))

VLC Media Player 1.0.0 RC2

VLC Media Player 1.0.0 RC3

File Size

18.06 MB









28 May 2009

8 June 2009


Open source

Open source






Can play:

Can play:

MPEG-1,MPEG-2 and MPEG- MPEG-1,MPEG-2 and MPEG-4


DVDs, VCDs, and Audio CDs

DVDs, VCDs, and Audio CDs

Several types of network streams such

Several types of network

as HTTP,RTSP,MS and etc.

streams such as

From satellite cards (DVB-S)

HTTP,RTSP,MS and etc.

5.0Pervasive Computing
5.1 refers to the use of computers in everyday life, including PDAs, smart phones and
other mobile devices. It also refers to computers contained in commonplace objects
such as cars and appliances and implies that people are unaware of their presence.
One of the Holy Grails of this environment is that all these devices communicate
with that all these over wireless nnetworls without any interaction required by the
users see pervasive workplace.
5.2 Examples of pervasive computing
a) Smart TV
- Smart TV, which is also sometimes referred to as Connected TV or
Hybrid TV. (not to be confued with Internet TV, Web TV, or LG
Electronicss upcoming SMART TV branded NetCast Entertainment
Access devices), is the phrase used to described the current trend of
integration of the internet and Web 2.0 features into modern television sets
and set-top boxes, as well as the technological convergence between
computers and these televisions set/set-top boxes. These new devices most
often also have a much higher focus on online interactive media, internet TV,
over-the-top content, as well as on-demand streaming media and less focus on
traditional broadcast media like previous generations of television sets and
set-top boxes always have had.
The technology that enables Smart TVs is not only incorporated into
television sets, but also devices such as set-uop boxes, Blu-ray players, game
consoles and other companion devices. These devices allow viewers to search
and find videos, movies, photos and other content on the web on a local cable
TV channel, on a satellite TV channel, or stored on a local hard drive.

b) GPS
- The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based global navigation
satellite system (GNSS) that provides location and time information in all
weather, anywhere on or near the Earth, where there is an unobstructed line
of sight to four or more GPS satellites. It is maintained by the United States
government and is freely accessible by anyone with a GPS receiver.
The GPS project was developed in 1973 to overcome the limitations of
previous navigation systems, integrating ideas from several predecessors,
including a number of classified engeneering design studies from the 1960s.
GPS was create and realized by the U.S. department of Defense (USDOD)
and was originally run with 24 satellites. It became fully operational in 1994.

Open source can be used by anyone and because it has no copyright claims, so users are free
to use, change and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified
forms. Pervasive computing is to make our lives easier because we can interact with
computers. Besides that, we can easily give the computer commands and the computer will
grant your wish.