Microsoft gets new open source chief Sam Ramji will now be running Microsoft’s worldwide open source and Linux team (roughly 120 people and counting). Ramji has been the director of Microsoft’s open source software lab. In this new role, he’ll continue to oversee the lab but also take on a more strategic role within the […]
Hoping to steal a little of the limelight from the already popular ASUS eee PC, HP has released its own sub-notebook. The 2133 Mini-Note PC ships with VIA’s C7-M processor, clocked at up to 1.6GHz. The lightweight notebook sports up to 2GB of 667MHz DDR 2 memory on board, and a choice of 120GB or […]
Open source will take over – Gartner Famously conservative, IT analyst Gartner has finally revised its predictions on open source software and now says that by “2012, more than 90 percent of enterprises will use open source in direct or embedded forms”. In a report, The State of Open Source 2008, Gartner says that even […]
Users praise Firefox 3.0’s speed Google launches open source code browser Zend Technologies Releases Zend Framework 1.5 Linux fanboy hacks Beeb iPlayer again Hackers claim iPhone 2.0 breakthrough
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta now available – Internetnews Gnome 2.2 now available, planned for Ubuntu 8.04, RHEL 6, SLES 11 – ZDNEt blogs Free Software Supporter – Issue 1, March 2008 – GNU mailing list Microsoft Buys Kidaro and Desktop Virtualization Position – eWeek
We’ve written about the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 before and today the ultra-thin notebook was released. Today Adobe also announced that it was already preparing a Linux version of its Air framework for developing Internet applications.