Not too long ago I was sent a Nokia n900 to try out for a few weeks and review. It’s hot, I can tell you that, and I totally want […]
The touch screen, the keyboard, the hotness, the open source. My long wait for a hot phone may be nearly over. CrunchGear is reporting that the video below of the […]
This week Reddit released their backend code for download and as open source. Being open source anyone can download and improve upon the Reddit code.
As the tax deadline in the US draws near those rushing to meet the deadlines are probably well aware now of exactly what your financial status is from the last […]
Microsoft is just gushing with openness today after releasing a wordy press release that reads like the old fashion corporate standards that you know and love them for. Microsoft has […]
“In what may well be one of the most unusual computing tasks performed by the Linux operating system, Terra Soft Solutions integrated its Yellow Dog Linux distribution and the Sony […]
At first blush, the new offering, with a proposed release this fall, appears to have the makings of a serious competitor. Designed as an add-on “EDU-CD” to accompany the upcoming […]
There’s no denying that Linux is a popular operating system and is genuinely seen by many as a viable alternative to Microsoft’s market domination. However, once having decided to go […]
Demo of the alpha version of “CompComm” (not official name) which is the product of the remerge of Beryl and Compiz. Very seriously fancy.
OSBC is designed for IT business executives (buyers and vendors), venture capitalists, attorneys, and other decision-makers tasked with developing businesses that leverage open source software. It explores the legal, investment, […]