Latest discussions

« Previous ( 1 ... 699 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 ... 830 ) Next »

Subject Regarding
This is shocking. French Media Companies Lobbied to Ban Free Software
Was a link lost upon posting? Stark criticism of Microsoft's Imagine Cup
Unfortunate, but true... Why Open Document Failed In Massachusetts and How it Could Have Been Different
Scalix is not open source... Linux email provider expands globally
IBM Weighs in Behind ODF in MA Open source in the enterprise
What does this site run? Netcraft Toolbar Available for Firefox 1.5
I Hacked it and I lived to tell about it! Hacking OpenSUSE
The law is not on your (the consumer's) side Zone Labs sued over spyware classification
IE flaw lets intruders into Google Desktop More exploits out for Windows flaws
Cool! LXer Feature: Early results of the (Dutch) Windows refund survey
Let's collaborate LXer Feature: Early results of the (Dutch) Windows refund survey
I am not surprised Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Earns Top Honors at LinuxWorld Frankfurt
M$ never had to fight for it's position until recently Preventing DVD Playback on Linux Like Prohibition in the 1920's
Good news Novell to Provide Security, Systems Management and Linux to United Kingdom's National Health Service
Itanium sales fall $13.4bn shy of $14bn Gartner forecast Tech Skills Not Enough for a Job in 2010?
But is it moral? The RIAA - Hollywood - DRM - Linux Suicide Pact
DVD player illegal? Comment of the Day - December 1, 2005 - Legal DVD Players for Linux
quick sony justice Sony's Rootkit DRM Raises Legal Red Flags
Looking for hits Firefox flaw highlighted
Developers, developers, developers? Microsoft Shoots To Kill Dealers & ISPs

« Previous ( 1 ... 699 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 ... 830 ) Next »