Noticias y opinión en Software libre
Simon Phipps rides out of Ellison town
Un nuevo grupo de la industria está intentando aplicar los principios del código abierto al diseño y construcción de centros de datos, algo que, según sus portavoces podría acelerar el uso de nuevas tecnologías e incrementar la competencia en el mercado.
Nadie duda de que Red Hat es líder indiscutible en el entorno Linux de servidores empresariales pero Ubuntu muestra sus garras.
The Motorola Backflip arrived on the AT&T network over the weekend, making it the carriers first smartphone to feature the Google Android operating system. Backflip is priced at $100 after rebate and can take advantage of AT&Ts HSPA 7.2 technology.
Search engine maker Google is again providing scholarships in 2010 for student open source works. Information is now first hand this week in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe.
In the Open Source Forum at CeBIT, Florian Schiessl of the Munich city council shared his experiences about their migration to OpenOffice.
The openSUSE project has released milestone 3 of its version 11.3 right on schedule. The update to GCC 4.5 has unfortunately caused a few problems.
The next Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) takes place May 10-14 in Brussels, according to Jono Bacon, Ubuntu community manager.
Graphics beyond Java
Offers monitoring capabilities for Xen Hypervisor
New platform offers smartphone support and full integration with Blackberry Enterprise Server
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.