Open-Source Success Roiling Software Field
You probably paid too much for the software you're using - not to mention the software company you've invested in.
That's the growing consensus of analysts watching the rise of open-source software, built on the notion that software should be free for everyone to use, tweak and develop further.
For every multimillion-dollar software program being sold, there's a good chance that at least one free alternative can do the same thing, at a fraction of the cost.
If that's good news for tech buyers, it's downright chilling for tech investors.
Even scarier: They're getting better by the day.