- NCH Software Moves Further into the Linux Realm
- Cybercity selects Red Hat’s SOA platform
- Editor’s choice: 6 top ultra-portable laptops
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix: Q&A with Canonical
- Symbian faces emerging Linux competition
- Mobile Linux: Your Electronics Weekly guide
- How long will it be before Linux is on your desktop (if it isn’t already)?
- Why must everything be newbie-friendly?
- Desktop Environments: The Past and The Future
The solution of Linpus is based on XFCE and uses five desktops. That are accordingly: Internet, Work, Learn, Play and Settings.
- Alien Arena 7.10 released
- VIRTUAL BRIDGES ANNOUNCES MAJOR UPDATE OF WIN4LIN DESKTOP
- How is Open Source Affecting the IP-PBX Market?
- PostgreSQL getting with the program
- ParAccel Taps Experience, Open Source
- Inventor of Pine e-mail prepares for shift to Google
- Second Firefox 3 Release Candidate now available for download
- Firefox 3 RC 2 review
- Mozilla says Firefox 3.0 bug-free, launches RC2
- Mozilla Corporation Board of Directors
- A Review of Songbird.
Overall I can say for sure that this will be one of the most popular music players in the future. I do wish this player had iPod support and would be able to add on to the iPod from playlists, though if that did happen I would not use Rhythmbox anymore. The player looks a lot like iTunes which I used before hand before I went to Linux and all of my fun distributions I have tried.
- IBM releases ODF-based Office killer
- 90 things that are the same in Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.org
- Microsoft extends cheap offer for students
We suspect the lurking threat of OpenOffice is as big a motivation as educational altruism…
- The free-knowledge fundamentalist
- Big Buck Bunny, We Want More!
- Railo Goes Open Source on JBoss.org
- Goes Open Source
- Project launched to provide coverage analysis tool
- Open source helps keep vulnerable people connected
- To code or not to code?
- Open-source hardware: Open sesame
- Prototype Of Machine That Copies Itself Goes On Show
- Microsoft just can’t Kill XP
- Meet Microsoft’s New Embedded OS: Windows XP
- Microsoft’s multitouch goes forward to past
- Windows will go open source when pigs fly
- Microsoft, Amid Vista Flak, Publicizes Business Benefits
- MSN Looks to Hollywood for New Site
- Microsoft to ‘Fix’ Live Branding … But Will First Muck Up MSN Again
- Yahoo: Icahn “Manipulates The Facts”
- Yahoo, Microsoft talks could end next week–source
- Microsoft Says They’re ‘Not Happy With Ability to Find Content’ on Xbox Live
- Microsoft CEO Ballmer: I’m outta here in 9 or 10 years; as soon as my last kid goes away to college
- Microsoft`s ‘Oslo’ Loses a Leader, Plows On
- Microsoft (NasdaqNM: MSFT) Hedged Price Watch Alert
So far the stock has hit a 52-week low of $26.87 and 52-week high of $37.50.
- Microsoft Leads Tech Lobbying Pack
“As tech becomes more mainstream, you’ll see even more spending on lobbying,” Microsoft spokesperson Ginny Terzano said.
Translation: “we are already #1 at manipulating the government, and we intend to spend even more.”