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Here's the report from the technical breakout group from the 11/4 ODF summit:
solrac writes: Java 5.0 offers developers some powerful new choices for developing high-performance concurrent applications. You can now download the IBM Java 5 Standard Edition at no charge. Diggable
A consortium is chartered to turn embedded Linux into a plug-and-play mobile phone platform comparable to Microsoft's Windows Mobile Smartphone OS, but with greater flexibility and lower costs.
Alex posted this information: Nokia started accepting orders for Linux-based Nokia 770 wireless Internet tablet device. It's $359.99, but shows out of stock on NokiaUSA.com site. Diggable
The Mozilla Foundation announced at the end of last week the Release Candidate 2 for Firefox 1.5, and this time there were no complaints from testers. For the previous release, things didn't go so well for the Foxy browser.
Bryan Long writes: "James -- which is not his real name -- is a reformed "office creeper." His work often put him in a suit and tie, or sometimes a building engineer's overalls. He would sneak into offices and steal laptop computers while employees were out to lunch, in a meeting or just away from their desks."
[Ed. This seems like a timely reminder that computer security starts with the physical security. Speaking as one who has spent years in physical security, it's a good idea to foster a relational environment in the office, where people are open to asking questions. - dcparris]
Video Card Reviews Phoronix writes "Over the past couple of weeks, we have compiled quite a few Linux articles that your readers may find of interest. On the topic of NVIDIA graphics, we had recently reviewed an eVGA GeForce 6800GT PCI-E. This 256MB card, now being replaced by the 6800GS, offered very interesting results when compared against the 7800GTX. Over onto benchmarking, a few days after the Quake 4 release we featured a Doom 3 v. Quake 4 Performance article.
Linux wipes the floor with any other OS at the just released top 500 list. This is truly amazing.
New Development Platform Gives OEMs the Hardware and the tools Needed to Maximize the Potential of Software Defined Radio
LPAR (graphical logical partition) is a Java based GUI monitor for the system p5 server that allows the status of CPU and memory resources used by one or more LPARS to be monitored side by side.
The user can monitor these various OS LPARs side by side to watch for problems or trends in CPU and memory utilization.
DataDirect Networks, Cluster File Systems and Voltaire Achieve 15 Gigabytes/second in Sandia's RoSE Visualization Cluster
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Nov. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL) announced a new world record TPC-H 300 gigabyte (GB) benchmark for Oracle(R) Database 10g Release 2 and Oracle Real Application Clusters on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Ron Hovsepian, Novell's new president and chief operating officer, noted that Novell has increased the number of packaged applications supported by SuSE Linux to more than 1,000, up from 42 when it bought the operating system in January 2004. But he also stressed the importance of "driving open source where it is needed and not trying to force-fit it" into user sites.
[Ed: In biz-speak this is what a new executive says to explain why his company hasn't performed well. Out of the other side of his mouth, he will explain that Novell is now the number one distributor of Linux in China. If this is the kind of non-sense we can expect out of Hovsepian, then the board of directors might consider another change. Novell was winning support from the community that makes it run. But if you're going to act like the people who lost the NOS market to Microsoft and became a non-event, then we suggest you lose the Open-Source business. We thought Novell's spin was in the past. - tadelste]
The CSIR's Meraka Institute will be showcasing some of South Africa's top open source projects at the World Summit on the Information Society in Tunisia, which kicks off today.
Industry-Leading iSCSI Target Mode Performance of 400,000 IOPS Now Available for PCI-Express Servers and Storage Systems
Ukraine work with only software producer. Naturally, this is Microsoft Corporation. Recently the company has been humming through our country, especially fighting counterfeit software. And after the Orange Revolution Microsoft Corp. Chairman William H. Gates III became Councillor to President Viktor Yushchenko. So needless to say which software are delivered to Ukrainian schools.
China has chosen Linux as the future of its software industry. But Novell's SUSE became the number one distribution in China's Linux market this year, and more menaces to native developers, such as the march of the Red Hat, are looming. A good portion of the problem comes from the way domestic Linux companies do business in China.
Microsoft's "Get the Facts" advertising campaign makes the claim that Windows offers a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than Linux, and backs it up with reports from well-known industry analyst firms. But Linux advocates claim that the TCO of Linux is lower, and some other studies back them up. How can you separate the fact from the fiction?
Welcome to our issue number 22 of Fedora Weekly News.
PalmSource, France Telecom's Orange and several other companies plan to standardize aspects of Linux running on mobile phones.
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