- Wall Street becoming Linux stronghold
Wall Street firms increasingly are buying into Linux, but some still need convincing that open source licensing and support models won’t make using the technology more trouble than its worth.
- Open source tour of Europe: Turkey
- Pardus 2008 RC1 – Great Distro Ahead
Pardus team has released RC version of their latest offering, Pardus 2008. This release has some noticeable features which made me to go back to Pardus.
- The Grumpy Editor’s Guide to distributions for laptops
- Linux maintainers woo device developers
Linux’s first-ever official “embedded maintainers” have invited device developers to get involved in the kernel development process. Doing so will pay dividends when it comes time to spin a product variant or firmware update, say Paul Gortmaker and David Woodhouse, in a stereo interview with Linux Weekly News.
- Ubuntu gets the Remix right
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix – Linux’s great white hope?
- Ubuntu is early favorite in initial OpenLogic open source survey returns
- Ubuntu 8.04 LTS still No. 1 for my laptop
New GNU/Linux Releases
- StartCom Enterprise Linux (AS-5.0.2) – Update Release
- Foresight GNOME 2.0.2 Released
- Myah OS 3.0 Box
- Voltalinux 2.1 is out !
- Elive 1.7.7 development released
- Firefox 3 to Launch With a Bang
- Funambol – AGPL’d, ad-supported mobile open source
- OrangeHRM Releases Version 2.3 of the Open-Source HR Management System
- Microsoft Xbox Executive out Amid Reshuffling
Jeff Bell, corporate vice president of global marketing for Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business, is leaving the company at the end of the summer to pursue other interests after only two years at the company, Microsoft said Thursday. Summer in the U.S. typically means the months of June, July and August.
- Yahoo! and Microsoft terminate talks, this time for good
- As Microsoft Walks Away, Yahoo Enters Google Ad Pact
- Yahoo Loses Another Top Exec
- Wolf Reveals House Computers Compromised by Outside Source
- US Hacker Gets 41 Months for Running Rogue Botnet
- Canada moots tough sanctions for DRM flouters
- RAF strafes Next in pirated duvet copyright rumpus
- Intel tries to spin its way out of USB 3.0 accusations