- CAOS 8, our community Linux report is out
- Red Hat’s new CEO aims Linux at the cloud
Whitehurst: I joined because I believe in the mission. I’ve been a Fedora user for years at home. Economically, it is a fundamentally better way to develop software. One thing I love about the company is it’s a great confluence: when we do well as a company, we do good for the communities of use and societies around us. The last thing that wasn’t open-source was Red Hat Network, and we just open-sourced it. We’re all in. We are and should be leaders in open source, and that’s the right decision for our shareholders as well.
- First Openmoko Custom Phone Now Available and Wears a Debian Plaid Kilt
The Openmoko Neo Freerunner phone was released only a few weeks ago, and already, a customized version called the W.E. Phone is now available for purchase. So what’s the difference between the naked-as-a-baby Neo and the Canadian-based W.E.? The latter comes with a full bundle of custom Google applications, on top of the core GNU/Linux OS base with dialing, SMS and contacts.
- The Beauty of Linux
- Intuit joins the Linux revolution
- SSD vs. SATA RAID: A performance benchmark
- Robot software shootout — the sequel!
- Linux MID stack to debut at IDF
Boasting a switch to RPM packaging, Moblin 2.0 is designed for MIDs based on the Intel Atom processors.
- The W3C Serves Up Mobile Web Standards
- JavaFX SDK preview release imminent
- Hot skills: GTK+
GTK+ is a widely-used cross-platform toolkit for building graphical user interfaces and for rapid application development. GTK is open source and freely downloadable, and available for the development of free and commercial software under the GNU public licence.
- WordPress 2.6 downloaded 345,000 times in ten days
- MySQL appliance vendor Kickfire raises $20 million
- Ex-inmates apply open source to rehabilitation
- Keeping Your E-Mail Safe from Prying Eyes
- China To Spy On Hotel Guests’ Internet Activity During Olympics
- Microsoft using Beijing Olympics to boost Silverlight takeup
- China to censor Internet coverage of Olympics
- IOC admits Internet censorship deal with China
- Lords throw McKinnon to the dogs
- MPAA Sues Two Movie Sites
The MPAA says the sites contribute to and profit from copyright infringement by identifying, posting, and indexing links to infringing content on the Internet allowing people to then view on-demand.
- Comcast, NetZero latest providers to bow to Cuomo’s Usenet campaign
- OS Roundup: Apple, Out of Touch With Server Room Needs
- VMware ESXi Hypervisor Now User Installable and Free
- See for yourself what is inside the ASUS Eee901
- FBI warns of new Storm worm variant
- Windows Mobile misses annual shipment target
- Global Wii sales nearing 30m