- Linux to Ship on More Desktops than Windows
For those that decry the constant prediction of the “year of the Linux desktop” I am happy to say that next year Linux may actually ship on more desktops than Windows or the Mac. That is right, I said next year. What is driving this? Two words: fast boot.
- Quick Bits: Linux and Android Get a Boost
- Is Linux Truly Small Business Ready?
- Intel and Taiwan Inc. Invest in Open Source Research Center
- Linux Continues to Define the Future of Computing While Microsoft Follows
We aren’t even half way through the week yet and Microsoft is either getting battered or following technical trends already blazed by Linux. In contrast, Linux is having a great week.
- Linux Is Less Annoying Than Windows 7
I read an article on Yahoo Tech yesterday that I have to share with you. The title is “Microsoft says next Windows won’t be as annoying”. It’s funny that Microsoft realizes, and admits, that Windows Vista is a tremendous blunder. They don’t say it as strongly as I just did but they should. Like Windows Me, Vista is a terrible mistake.
- Linux BSP ships for Geode-based SBCs
- ALSA 1.0.18 Final Now Available, Lots of Changes
- Graphical Remote Control Desktops for Linux
- Avant Window Navigator
- ACCESS NetFront Browser Widgets Empower SOFTBANK MOBILE
- Xfce 4.4.3 released
Just because we’re gearing up to release 4.6.0, it doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten the 4.4 branch. A bunch of bug fixes had accumulated since 4.4.2, so we have a new release for you.
- Video: Spotlight on PackageKit
- The road to Sabayon 4
- Available Now: Damn Small Linux 4.4.7
- Damn Small Linux 4.4.7
- Review of Puppy Linux
- Linux from the Amazonas
Given the fact that this is a young distro, plus the tested version was only the Release Candidate, I foresee a great future ahead. Dreamlinux is going to be a superb operating system, it just has to rough some of those beginners’ edges.
- Use BitTorrent to Upgrade to Ubuntu ‘Intrepid Ibex’
- Ubuntu Linux 8.10’s five best features
- Canonical’s Ubuntu 8.10 server enhances virtualization
- Photos: Ubuntu ‘Intrepid Ibex’ boldly goes forth
- Ubuntu 8.10: What’s New?
- Hands on: Ubuntu 8.10 review
- First Look: Ubuntu 8.10 Arrives, Bringing More User-Friendly Features
- Ubuntu’s Ibex Loads Up on Linux Features
- Ubuntu Open Week Encourages New Contributors to Get Involved
- Linux Outlaws 61 – Bono Jacon, You’ve Got Mail!
- Digium Reinvents AsteriskNOW
- GIMP 2.6.2 Released
- Why Voting Technology Must be Open Source
- T-DOSE 2008 Review
- The GNU Affero General Public License and ‘DRM’
- Open source technology casts new perspective on China’s development
- Funambol Expands Globally to Meet Worldwide Demand for Open Source Push Email & Mobile Sync
- Google, Partners Plan Open Source Blitz In Australia
- Drupal wins 2008 Best PHP Open Source CMS from Packt Publishing
- Open Source Heads Off to School
- Open Enterprise Interview: Dirk Morris, Untangle
- Piracy – The Enemy of Free Software
- China’s Evermore Office suite takes off
Evermore attributes the increased consumer interest in its office productivity offering to a backlash against Microsoft’s aggressive “black screen” anti-piracy feature that the company launched on October 21st.
- Should Proprietary Software Companies Be More Concerned About Open Source Or Piracy?
- Artist Thrilled That His Work Was ‘Stolen’ By Fashion Designer
- Opera Sings an Ode to Browsers Everywhere
Mr. von Tetzchner said that Opera’s engineers have developed a version of Opera Mini that can run on an Apple iPhone, but Apple won’t let the company release it because it competes with Apple’s own Safari browser.
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