|Story||Why Your Boss Wants You to Use Linux||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 11:31am|
|Story||KDE 4.3 Beta 1: A Short Preview||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 11:29am|
|Story||Do we need our own Linux?||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 9:57am|
|Story||Why You Want a Dell Mini 10v and not a Dell Mini 10||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 9:53am|
|Story||some odds & ends:||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 5:36am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 5:24am|
|Story||What makes Microsoft a monopoly?||srlinuxx||1||26/05/2009 - 4:10am|
|Story||The Android Momentum Continues||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 3:54am|
|Story||Norhtec's Gecko Surfboard -- a Prototype||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 3:51am|
|Story||Online Storage Options Compared||srlinuxx||26/05/2009 - 1:16am|
Ubuntu Linux has won the prestigious "Best Linux/Open Source Distribution" award at this year's UK Linux and Open Source Awards, after the readership of Linux User & Developer voted for their favourite Linux Distribution.
Sir Bill Gates, is set to embark on a tour of major North American science and engineering universities in an effort to encourage students to pursue careers in the information technology (IT) business.
The Ubuntu 5.10 release, also known as Breezy Badger, is not drastically different from the previous Ubuntu release, 5.04 Hoary Hedgehog, but it is an excellent distribution that is well worth a look for any user interested in a Linux distro for the desktop or server.
Debian users have always boasted that their Advanced Package Tool (APT) was the best and fastest way there has ever been to install and delete software. They were right, except for two details:
Does Microsoft think it is going to get away with charging real money for any sort of add-on, service, or new product that protects clients against flaws in its own operating system? Why improve the base code when you can sell "protection"? Is Frank Nitti the new CEO?
Have you noticed how lately, when the conversation turns to distributed computing, grid and cluster are used as synonyms? These two words do have different meanings, Donald Becker reminds us.
Red Hat will be hosting monthly events at its Centennial Campus headquarters to familiarize folks with open source and maybe find a few new recruits as well. Free Pizza!!!
In related news: Red Hat Could Show More Operating-Margin Leverage
In its first-hand, preliminary coverage of the qualification rounds leading up to the event, TG Daily reports that "most of the teams are using Linux/Unix variants."
Better Desktop is a project dedicated to sharing usability data with Linux developers. Over the past year, we have conducted many usability tests on different parts of the KDE and GNOME desktops.
Penguin Day Portland will "bring together nonprofit staff, tech providers, geeks, consultants, and open source software developers for a day of learning and conversation."
The team developing the open source desktop environment claims to have made 'very significant improvements' in performance and memory usage, as they target the embedded market with future versions.
As the champagne flowed in Seattle, things didn't seem quite right. The share price is flat - and has been for quite a while. It's getting harder and harder to persuade customers to upgrade and the threat of open-source software grows by the hour. Not to mention Google.
Since its very inception, Microsoft has held that cash for code is king. But the company is slowly, grudgingly, and cautiously treading into Open Source.
Irving Wladawsky-Berger, vice president, Technical Strategy and Innovation, IBM, attributes the success of the OS to this growing community of Linux contributors and speak out about the past, present and future of Linux.
In related news: IBM: Workers' genetic data off limits
Encouragement for the use of free and open source software and open standards for science and technology has quietly worked its way into the draft texts being prepared for the November second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).
Red Hat's CEO has rejected the idea that a reduction in the number of Linux distributions would be good for the industry, and described Novell's acquisition of SUSE Linux as "theatre".
CeBIT Australia, the largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) event for business in the region, has announced cooperation with a number of associations and organisations, in setting up targeted exhibition programs for CeBIT Australia 2006.
A protracted NSW government project to give its agencies cheaper and quicker access to Linux and open source software is reaching fruition with several vendors preparing to sign contracts as pre-approved suppliers.
In a stroke of irony, Microsoft's Halo movie will be produced in Wellington by servers running the open-source Linux operating system.
The latest Nintendo Revolution rumor to hit the web is a doozie… “Nintendo may be aiming for a $99 launch price.” Can we expect the system to be only a fraction as powerful as the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360?