- OS Roundup: Looking Beyond Unix
- Mono man accuses Mac Gtk+ fans of jeopardizing Linux desktop
- FreeRunner first impressions
- Microsoft loses market share; computer users gain better choices
- Open-Xchange Community Edition Now Available for Top Linux Platforms
- Acer Aspire One: the new sub-laptop to beat?
Mind you, the 120GB HDD-equipped One is only down as £30 more and comes with 1GB of memory rather than 512MB, though that’s plenty for Linux and do you really want a hard drive in a machine that’s going to be chucked around a lot? Well, at least you have the choice.
- Le défi posé par les Netbooks et Nokia à Microsoft Par Bernard Golden, Navica Software (en anglais)
In fact, for netbooks, Microsoft is the functionally deficient product, not Linux. Windows’s bloated size and significant licensing fee render it unsuitable for netbooks, which emphasize software compactness and low cost.
- MIPS Hot Spot Analyzer for Linux Kernel Profiling
- SCALE-RT – new Linux-based Real-Time Simulation Software developed by Cosateq
- Symbian extends collaboration offer to Google, possibly Android
- Nokia and the battle for open source’s soul
- BLAG 90000 Powered by the Linux-libre Kernel
- The First Release Candidate of KDE 4.1 Now Available
- LinuxConsole 1.0.2008 Announced by Yann Le Doaré
- Oracle Is Indeed Shipping Enterprise Linux 5.2 and Unbreakable Linux Support
- Concurrent RedHawk Linux 5.1 RTOS
- [New Site:] What is FlossForge?
FlossForge.net is an initiative aimed to promote and help develop Free/Libre and Open Source Software by providing a centralized place for exchanging information on users’ needs and ideas. Anyone can submit ideas on how to improve the existing software or tell about the software needed. Application developers, programmers, graphic artists — any volunteers willing to help can gather into groups and work on ideas submitted by FlossForge.net users.
- Software Freedom and Web Applications
- Richard Stallman: Free Software and Beyond
- Bug free software to come from EU open source Type Theory project
- RapidMiner is now available as Small Enterprise Edition
- Grid.org Community Launches Major Site Upgrade
- Microsoft eyes AOL takeover
- Beware Microsoft’s Mistake: Looking Desperate
- Vista: DOA in the Enterprise
- Microsoft revises DirectX security bulletins
The revisions relate to holes that could allow an attacker to run code remotely on the machine or take control of it if a user opened a malicious media file.
- Microsoft Needs Its Mojo Back
- Microsoft To Sit Out FCC Testing Of White Space Prototype