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Before the dust whipped up by Linux executive Chris Stone's departure from Novell had begun to settle, the company announced today's $536 million settlement payment from Microsoft regarding Novell's NetWare. Industry insiders believe the timing of these two events -- which happened within four days of each other -- is curious, to say the least.
Desktop Linux is almost soup. We only have a few items left on the short list. Will we do it? If history is an indicator, the answer is yes.
How to make a great browser even better. We check out ten extensions that make browsing the web more entertaining and easier if you're a Firefox user.
Opinion:Through its settlements with Sun and Novell, which total more than $2.4 billion, Microsoft has bought an extra dose of punishment from competitors focused on popularizing Linux.
After two and a half years at the top of a list of the world's fastest supercomputers, NEC's Earth Simulator has finally been dethroned: IBM's Blue Gene/L officially is the new king of the hill.
The UK Patent Office (UKPO) has been criticised by anti-patent campaigners on Monday for an article it published last week on the software patent directive.
Borrowing a concept from a very popular open source site, Open Source Risk Management (OSRM) has launched a study today that's designed to assess whether current European laws regarding technology patents actually do what they're supposed to and protect true innovation rather than corporate interests.
Platform Delivers Free Cluster Management Solution Optimized for Dell Linux Clusters
As promised, Novell is releasing its business Linux desktop ahead of schedule.
FreeBSD developers on Saturday announced the release of the final version of FreeBSD 5.3, the open-source operating system. The milestone release is the first stable version of the 5.x development branch, said FreeBSD developer Scott Long in the release announcement.
White Box Enterprise Linux (WBEL) is an attempt to fill the void left by Red Hat's decision to become a purely commercial product. It's not without problems, but it does a bridge the functionality gap between the Fedora Project and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
Microsoft Corp. on Monday announced antitrust settlements with Novell Inc. and the Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA), ending years of legal wrangling.
Fields are extremely useful features of Writer. This article describes how to use fields to solve common business and technical writing problems.
As Sun Microsystems prepares to deliver Solaris 10 by year's end, one of its key features"Project Janus"may be postponed.
Novell Inc. will begin shipping on Tuesday a desktop version of its open source Linux operating system aimed squarely at enterprise users.
The Mozilla Foundation today released Firefox 1.0, the first major new product release since the Mozilla Suite's 1.0 in June of 2002. Firefox 1.0 is the completion of roughly 2 years of work on the revolutionary new browser, which has raised the Mozilla Foundation's profile greatly in its year of existance. The release follows up the hugely successful Preview Release which had over eight million downloads.
In 2001 two Italians released the first beta version of ettercap, a network protocol analyzer. This summer they released ettercapNG, which was completely rewritten from scratch with better, modular code, making it easier to add new features and write and submit patches. Ettercap is now covered in most security books. It's number 9 in the Top 75 Security Tools list of the Nmap Hackers mailing list. NewsForge recently caught up with its authors, Alberto Ornaghi (a.k.a. ALoR) and Marco Valleri (a.k.a. NaGA). Each is 26 years old, and they work as security consultants for two different company in Milan.
The Netherlands Antilles is a group of five-and-a-half islands that are self-governing even though they are still part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, which handles their defense and other international dealings. Linux and open source have never been formally introduced to this corner of the world, a condition that will change Wednesday, November 10, when Stimul-IT of Curacao holds the island's first-ever Free/Open Source Software conference.
Dell and Hewlett-Packard plan to announce on Monday new servers that can be networked into a single high-performance technical computer.