Noticias y opinión en Software libre
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.
Dr. Dirk Riehle is the first official open source college professor in Germany. At the Open Source Forum at CeBIT, the former businessman described the new career model.
Several limitations exist, but Microsoft promises some improvements soon
Debian developer Alexander Reichle-Schmehl presented Debian GNU/kFreeBSD at the Open Source Forum at CeBIT. The FreeBSD port should become an official part of the upcoming Debian version 6.0 free distro.
Windows Media downloads 'not recommended'
In the Open Source Project Lounge in Hall 2 of this year's CeBIT, the developers of BIND 10 presented a preview of the upcoming version of the nameserver and are looking for a contact to the community.
The Cirrus Plug 3.0 from Ionics with 2GHz ARM processor, WLAN b/g, Bluetooth, and internal 120GB hard disk is about the size of a Coke can. The device is displayed at CeBIT Hall 2.
MIT student organization unveils Android-based mHealth tools to improve health delivery in remote areas