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High-integrity software is key topic at 2007 Military Technologies Conference
A recent headline in my local paper, the San Jose Mercury News, attracted my attention: “Cuba moving to ditch Microsoft, its products” (see link). While many would tend to chalk this up to anti-US security paranoia, in my opinion this would be the wrong conclusion.
In collaboration with French design company Purple Labs, NXP has launched the Nexperia cellular system solution 7210 with Linux open-source OS for 3G handsets. With this new solution, manufacturers will be able to achieve time-to-market advantages with a high-level OS without the additional cost and complexity of integrating a dedicated application processor. Operators will also be able to provide a stable and powerful yet cost-effective platform for new connected services.
[Source says subscription, but I was able to see the article without one. - dcparris]
Using a combination of wireless and embedded Linux the tuXlabs school laboratory project is halfway to completing a 100 school wireless network in the Western Cape.
Unless you have been living under a rock in the media sense, surely by now you have heard the news of Cuba embracing open source and all that it has to offer. Unfortunately, much of the mainstream press is likely to once again point to open source and claim that it is anti-free enterprise, which could be a problem.
Dell has launched a new website where users can submit and vote on ideas for new products and product enhancements.
It’s a contentious time for the open-source community. Microsoft has partnered with Novell, Oracle is angling for Red Hat’s customer base, while Linux is promising to enlarge its influence in the burgeoning market for mobile phones and set-top boxes.
In a bit of nostalgia, I recently read the short story Why I Live at the P.O., by southern writer Eudora Welty. The humorous and quirky story led to the naming of one of my favorite pieces of software, an esteemed E-mail program, by its original developer back in the late 1980s. And the nostalgia was for the passing of Eudora, the software.
SimplyMEPIS 6.5 Beta 6 is now available for downloading and testing, the project announced today. The new release allows users to optionally select between two NVIDIA drivers, the latest v1.0.9746 or a legacy version (v1.0.9631), to maximize Beryl support for both newer and older chips, the project said.
Fears of “onerous” new copyright legislation emerge The possibility New Zealand could introduce harmful or unenforceable copyright laws emerged as the key concern at InternetNZ’s Auckland Copyright Workshop.
Carnegie Mellon West's Software Management program is built on the university's existing software engineering curriculum, the school explained, but adds a business and organizational component that "breaks with tradition by giving students the broader perspective needed to collaborate with and lead the global, distributed teams that are defining next-generation software organizations."
In an attempt to boost its sagging fortunes, Dell, one of the leading PC makers in America, recently launched the Dell Idea Storm website to solicit ideas on how to get Dell back to the top. The most popular idea so far? Desktops with pre-installed Linux.
This tutorial guides you step-by-step through the fundamental concepts of JUnit 4, with emphasis on the new Java 5 annotations.
Take even greater advantage of the synergistic processing elements (SPEs) of the Sony PS3 in this installment of Programming high-performance applications on the Cell BE processor. Part 2
looks in depth at the Cell Broadband Engine processor's SPEs and how they work at the lowest level, while Part 1
showed how to install Linux on the PS3 and explored a short example program.
ESB Research Note by RedMonk Puts Open Source, Proprietary Approaches in Context for Would-Be Adopters
Ian Murdock, the chief technology officer of the recently formed Linux Foundation (created from the merger of ODL and the Free Standards Group) is set to address a group of Microsoft employees on February 20.
‘Whinky’ To Unveil Unparalleled Home Automation With Complete Voice Recognition Smart House
A joint KDE and Gnome meeting is taking place in Spain next month called Guademy. The objectives are to create new projects and initiatives of collaboration between both Desktops and allow new developers to get started. Aaron Seigo will give an update on KDE 4 and Albert Astals Cid will talk about Okular. Meanwhile in India Pradeepto Bhattacharya of KDE India will be talking at FOSS MEET in NIT Calicut about KDE 4 and why you should develop with Qt.
KDE was once again well represented at the 2007 Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE 5x), demonstrating to show-goers why it is the most popular Linux desktop. There were talks, demonstrations from KDE developers and and thank yous in return. Read on for the full report.
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