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Promises users up to 9% performance improvement in some applications
Despite its desktop-oriented reputation, Ubuntu is making serious inroads as a business server that can compete with Red Hat
Google is open-sourcing the code for its recently acquired ReMail application, citing strong interest in the mobile search product. Google, which released the code under the Apache 2.0 license, faced some complaints after removing ReMail's iPhone application from Apple's App Store with plans to discontinue it. The open-sourcing of ReMail signals a trend for Google acquisitions when it plans to kill off a product.
The NAS 5220 and its brothers NAS 6210 and 6220 provide Linux-based network-attached storage into the home for under $275.
Individuals, projects, and organizations honored for their accomplishments in Linux and open source software.
The Silicon Valley Startup Tracker Top 100 list is compiled monthly using data to measure overall traffic and engagement. Updated trackers are released 45 days after the close of a given month (subject to source data).
The North Korean government appears to have developed its own graphical Linux-based operating system, though its people still prefer that symbol of Yankee high-tech imperialism, Microsoft Windows.
At the Open Source Forum of CeBIT 2010, the Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin named three reasons for Linux's success. He also identified three possible challenges for the free platform.
In CeBIT Hall 2 F38, ]project-open[ demonstrated is Web-based project management software for the service industry.
De las diez economías TIC más avanzadas del planeta, ocho están en el norte de Europa
Offers support for Red Hat running on Hyper-V
Novell is back on the winning side. But investment firm Elliott Associates considers its stock below where it should be. Therefore, Elliott wants to take over the Linux and NetWare firm altogether.
Gartner reported a steep growth for the smartphone market. Linux loses. Android still gains, but producers mistrust Google's intentions. Symbian can't rest on its laurels.