Here is the text of IBM's open letter to Sun.
Radvision has added 3G and WiFi features to its line of toolkits for broadband mobile wireless application development that support Linux, among other OSes. Radvision's "Ensemble" toolkits now support "all the main application protocols needed for the delivery of one-way, bidirectional, and multipoint data and multimedia content over a broadband mobile network," the company claims.
In the battle for commercial Linux supremacy, there are two heavyweights slugging it out: Red Hat and SuSE. But picking a winner is a difficult call and, in the end, may come down to a matter of personal preference.
The laptop features a Transmeta Crusoe processor, 256MB of RAM, DVD-ROM/CD-RW, a 30GB hard drive and a 14.1” screen. It has been tested with the Mandrake and Knoppix distributions.
I've always been fascinated by the messages in people's email signatures. When I see a great quote somewhere, I save it and use it in my own signature. Sometimes I just make up my own quotes. But either way, no matter how great a quote may be, after awhile I get bored with it. That's why I finally decided to automate the process.
You can define your own constants for your PHP scripts, and refer to them by name. This makes it easy to write or maintain your code.
IBM on Wednesday sent an open letter to Sun Microsystems urging Sun to make Java technology open source, CNET News.com has learned.
Updated mod_python packages that fix a denial of service vulnerability are now available for Red Hat Linux.
Updated libxml2 packages that fix an overflow when parsing remote resources are now available.
Cray Inc announced yesterday that it would pony up just under $15m in cash and another $100m in stock to acquire a little-known but impressive maker of high performance computing (HPC) systems called OctigaBay.
Paul Staretz discovered a flaw in return value checking in the mremap() function in the Linux kernel, versions 2.4.24 and previous that could allow a local user to obtain root privileges.
Novell recently announced that it is closing its Certified Directory Engineer (CDE) certification on April 1...although Novell's increasing focus on Linux is a factor in the cancellation of the CDE, it's not as simple as the CLE replacing the CDE.
Updated libxml2 packages are available to fix an overflow when parsing the URI for remote resources.
IBM widened its lead in the worldwide server market in 2003 at the expense of Sun Microsystems, making particular gains in the Unix server market, new figures show.
REAL Software Wednesday released REALbasic 5.5 Professional Edition, which enables developers to compile Visual Basic source code under Linux.
Mepis Linux is a liveCD, debian based distro, with some additional features, which makes it an excellent introduction to debian. A recent review provided a good overview of the background and basis of Mepis, my review aims to focus more on the day to day use for a desktop user.
Computer experts will tell you that Linux software is unbeatable at tasks like scientific supercomputing or corporate number-crunching. But offer to take them on in a rousing round of Empire Earth or some other popular computer game, and watch their faces fall.
AML's M7140 is an inexpensive programmable stationary terminal for fixed station, wired, or wireless data collection applications. The M7140 runs embedded Linux, and targets work-in-process tracking, shop floor control, and factory automation.
A Canadian software company has produced a driver that will let Linux users make the most of Intel Corp.'s Centrino wireless chip set.
Thunderbird 0.5 is pretty much the same as Thunderbird 0.1 + the new theme + some improvements. Nevertheless, despite the problems, I still consider to be an app with some great potential and continue to use it. [Thanks to MozillaZine for the link.]