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- Can Firefox Be Saved? Two Proposals
Datamation: The lackluster performance of Mozilla Firefox 4 suggests the browser may have lost its way.
- NASDAQ in open source tech battle with �7bn NYSE bid
Computer World UK: "NASDAQ has placed its Linux-based IT systems at the front of an $11.3 billion (�7 billion) effort to thwart a merger between the New York Stock Exchange and Deutsche Borse."
- How Many Open Source Projects Does It Take To Build A Cloud?
internetnews: "For Linux vendor Red Hat, the cloud isn't about any one particular project, it's about a combination of multiple open source projects. At the core of Red Hat's cloud strategy is its Cloud Foundations effort which extends Red Hat's infrastructure offerings for the cloud."
- 5 (More) Relational Database Management System for Linux
Tech Source: "We have already featured here some of the best relational database management system (RDBMS) for Linux. Today, we are giving you another round of some of the best relational database management system for Linux."
- Why I was wrong about Microsoft
The H Open: "Rather than pursuing an aggressive strategy, Microsoft suddenly seemed to have seen the light. It started making conciliatory noises, seeking to work with open source groups rather than against them. It was certainly an uplifting story of good triumphing over, well, not-so-good. Although as a cynical journalist I was obliged to be sceptical, I did begin to feel that there were grounds for optimism when it came to Microsoft's evolving attitude toward open source. Alas, I was wrong."
- Goodbye Linux Mint 8
Softpedia: "Clement Lefebvre and the community behind the Linux Mint project announced a few minutes ago on their official blog that Linux Mint 8 (Helena) operating system will reach end-of-life on April 29th, 2011."
- Google cracks down on Android fragmentation
PC Authority: "The Silicon Valley giant has laid down the law to prevent Android becoming more fragmented. Any changes will now have to be approved by the company's head of mobile, Andy Rubin, according to a report in Business Week."
- Problems Linux Enthusiasts Refuse to Address
Datamation: "Despite the many successes seen from the desktop Linux camp over the years, there are some areas that continue to be left largely unchecked. Rather than automatically painting my findings with a negative brush, instead let's examine each issue closely. In this article, I'll tackle specific concerns I've noticed and focus on whether these issues present any real concern for us in the long run."
- How to get a career in open source
Tech Radar: "Many people are absolutely enthralled by Linux and open source, and what could be better than taking your hobby and making it your career? Ubuntu community manager Jono Bacon shares some expert advice."
- Webopedia Term of The Day: Linux on Windows
Webopedia: "Linux on Windows refers to running the Linux open source operating system or native Linux applications on Windows computers. There are two general options for running Linux on Windows."
- The Perfect Desktop - OpenSUSE 11.4 (GNOME)
HowtoForge: "This tutorial shows how you can set up an OpenSUSE 11.4 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops."
- Hercules launches new 10-inch Linux and A8 eCafe netbooks
SlashGear: "Both of the netbooks have 10-inch screens with 1024 x 600 resolution and HDMI outputs. The rigs also both run a custom Linux version and have ARM Coretex-A8 processors inside."
- Ten top Linux e-publishing tools
ZDNet UK: "Just because publishing has shifted from the traditional routes does not remove the need for skill. You still have to be able to edit and employ the tools and procedures for getting your books into, say, Amazon's or Apple's systems. So let's look at 10 Linux tools that can help your get your book into the market."
- QR Code in Linux
Linuxaria: "The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information encoded can be text, URL or other data. In this article we'll see how to create these image in Linux and some uses of these images."
- Bill Gates and Nathan Myhrvold Find New Ways to Extort the Competitors, Using Patents
Tech Rights: "The sources the Microsoft-apathetic folks cite describe this extortion as some sort of 'protection' or 'access to patents'. This is nonsense. It's spin."
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