The hottest technology for implementing mobile services is the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). This article discusses the advantages of working with the open source gateway for WAP, which performs the protocol conversion between a Web server and a mobile phone.
More companies are using the threat of Linux when negotiating deals with Microsoft, one of the company's senior executives has admitted.
Recently Red Hat announced that it was still in the corporate desktop market, despite having handed off its former desktop product to the Fedora project last September. The new Red Hat Desktop is not available as a standalone product, but as a part of Red Hat's Starter Pack and Extension Pack. The first release picks up exactly where Red Hat Linux 9 (RH9) left off, which is both good and bad.
Although some Linux antivirus software is now available, vendors are waiting for a major attack before pushing their wares.
The best way to get a great deal with Microsoft may be to say you're seriously considering Linux - which is why Microsoft spent Thursday dispelling the 'myth' of open source.
Dual boot FC1 & FC2, FedoraTracker improvements, work on Fedora Legacy, testing of an FC2 LiveCD, the RULE project for minimal installs is spiffy again... And the usual Fedora Core 2 issue round-up, and how to further performance tune Fedora. Touching on some Fedora documentation available, with an outlook of Fedora Core 3, this issue is brimming with links.