The SourceForge.net community Thursday evening recognized the creme de la creme of open-source projects.
Cisco on Friday joined Intel as one of the early investors in VMware prior to an initial public offering of a portion of the company's stock.
Intel has unexpectedly joined the One Laptop Per Child initiative, despite its efforts up to now seemingly at odds with the project.
Open-source collaboration software vendor Zimbra is to embark upon a major relationship with U.S. broadband player Comcast.
Sun Microsystems announced Tuesday it has finished the process of making the bulk of its core Java technology available as open-source software under the GNU general public license version 2 (GPLv2).
Microsoft claims that IBM is trying to slow down the standards approval process for Open XML to further push the rival ODF standard.
Adobe is beginning the process to have its entire PDF specification, not just subsets of the technology, recognized as an international standard.
Microsoft’s CEO talked about the Vista development process and looked forward to future operating system releases Thursday.
Sun is open sourcing its Java SE and Java ME Monday under a somewhat surprising license, GPLv2.
Google is looking to get more US government attention in a good way by providing a search site to access content on federal, state and local government sites.
Red Hat is due to publicly confirm that it has become a founding corporate member of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) non-profit organization Tuesday.
The open-source community and lawyers have greeted the Free Software Foundation Inc.'s GNU GPL update mostly positively.
Intel Corp. has officially announced the pricing and branding for a host of new processors. The chip giant made the details available on its Web site Tuesday.
Microsoft believes a future with more than one open document standard is preferable to a single standard, according to a company executive.
IBM dominates the latest list of the world's fastest computers, taking the top three spots on the Top500 list.
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