Despite earlier announcing that it would only ship a Windows XP version of its 10-inch Aspire One netbook, Acer now says it plans to release a Linux version as well.
Boot times of just seconds promised by Intel’s new Linux platform.
Mozilla’s Fennec developers are planning to release a Windows Mobile edition of the Fennec browser in the first week of February.
It’s been a while in the coming but KDE 4.2 is here and it is being touted as the first KDE 4X release truly ready for all users.
Keir Thomas, author of numerous Linux how-to books as well as Ubuntu-specific guides, has released a new book called Ubuntu Pocket Guide.
Project aims to make heritage media available to all for re-publishing and re-mixing.
Newly-elected US president Barak Obama may be considering implementing open source software for the US government according to industry stalwart.
Red Hat yesterday announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 with better virtualisation support and improved Vista compatibility.
The State IT Agency will be hosting the second annual CIO workshop later this month to evaluate progress made in adopting open source software in government.
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