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Dvorak writes: "Does Microsoft think it is going to get away with charging real money for any sort of add-on, service, or new product that protects clients against flaws in its own operating system? Does the existence of this not constitute an incredible conflict of interest? Why improve the base code when you can sell 'protection'?"
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After a couple of years of development, Linux based wireless tool WifiScanner got its 1.0.0 release.
A recent development that could result in an uptick in corporate Linux desktop adoption had nothing to do with the open source community, foreign or U.S. government rulings, or legal fillings by SCO or Microsoft.
The ship may not win any interior design awards, but the latest Geek Cruise made up for that with smart minds giving great talks--both on the schedule and off.
IT Backbones writes: "At this year’s LinuxWorld Show AVG UK, the official UK partner for Grisoft, makers of the popular AVG Anti-Virus family of software products, will introduce the first commercially developed Linux antivirus product to be available free for Linux users at home."
"The free Linux antivirus software, called AVG Free Edition for Linux, is one of several new Linux initiatives aimed at making Grisoft the number one provider of antivirus software for the Linux community. AVG Free for Linux is the only program for Linux that self-updates the software as well as the virus updates."
Grisoft has provided a quality anti-virus product for other home desktop users. Perhaps they might get ahead of the curve this time.
In addition to the Ubuntu Breezy for AMD, Intel and PowerPCs announced yesterday, a volunteer group has ported the Debian-based distribution to Intel's 64-bit architecture, HPPA and UltraSparc.
The National Center for Open Source Policy and Research (NCOSPR) was launched today at the first Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) at Oregon State University, a meeting of more than 200 representatives of government entities and software developers hosted by the university's Open Source Lab (OSL).
Zend Technologies releases supported-PHP for Oracle on Linux, AIX and Solaris to aid developers in building enterprise web applications. The company says the updated OCI8 driver included in this release also makes for easier and more reliable connections to Oracle.
Using the Linux operating system, the Aspire SA 60 has a 15" silver and black combo TFT monitor with in-built speakers. The TFT technology with MPRII Certification is safe for children, even for extended periods of viewing movies or playing games. Available at Rs 29,999 Acer will also give a Powertainment CD gift pack of 11 CDs worth Rs 3,000, containing encyclopedias for children, advanced puzzle games for adults and a host for thrilling games and movies like Mowgli, Lord of the Rings and Munna Bhai MBBS.
Google has announced via a post in its blog an update to its useful toolbar for Firefox, and made all of its features available on that browser.
October 13, 2005: With demand for IT talent finally catching up with supply, companies can expect to pay more for help in the coming year.
Ubuntu 5.10 is now available. Aimed at both desktop and server installations, this latest version includes many new features for usability and ease of use. Also launched today are Kubuntu and Edubuntu.
NoDough writes: "Follow the above link, pull up the full story, scroll down toward the bottom and look at the photo of the ugly penguin. This penguin shows up on hundreds of eWeek pages, and is it ugly!"
"There are other examples of this, and I wonder how we as a community should react."
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Ubuntu debuts Breezy Badger, while Mandriva offers three versions with support for wireless networking, other features.
After nearly 25 years as a proprietary software company, Xara is throwing itself headfirst into the open source community with two announcements that could have a significant impact on the vector graphics software landscape.
When IBM bought JBoss's application server rival Gluecode earlier this year, JBoss's chief executive, Marc Fleury, was characteristically unphased. he took time out to ensure there was no hasty response to IBM's predatory move.
Now he's back with plans to take JBoss further away from its original incarnation as an "open source application server company" and deeper into Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs) as a provider of business process tools and infrastructure.
The performance-based test is the first to focus on enterprise Linux server security, the software company said. (The Channel Insider)
Much has been made of predictions about the "year of the Linux desktop," but what is the Linux desktop, why should we use it, and why should you care? Jono Bacon takes a look at development of the Linux desktop, from its roots to its apps to its future prospects. Jono is the author of Linux Desktop Hacks.
Kubuntu has released Kubuntu 5.10, including the newly released KDE 3.4.3. Significant additions in this release include Adept package manager and Guidance configuration tools.
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