LinuxWorld: What's in store for open source?

The open source operating system is appearing in everything from servers to the PlayStation2 - ZDNet UK has all the news, and streamed video, from LinuxWorld in New York

LATEST VIDEO CLIPS: Streamed video: LinuxWorld highlights Streamed video: Linux on PlayStation2 demonstrated Streamed video: Interview with Michael Tiemann, Red Hat CTO NEWS: Gadgets draw the crowds
Fri 1 Feb:
Fridge-sized servers running Linux are making the news, but the Zaurus handheld and PlayStation2 application are pulling the crowds in New York Streamed video: Lineo software revs up Zaurus Bridging Linux language barriers
Fri 1 Feb:
In an effort to make it easier for software companies to bring their programs to Linux, the Free Standards Group has released new standards to deal with Linux language barriers Row brewing over Linux patches
Fri 1 Feb:
Does Linus Torvalds need help? Many developers are getting frustrated with the Linux founder for not keeping up with minor fixes to the open-source OS Big Blue evangelises Linux
Thurs 31 Jan:
IBM is displaying its Linux customers at the LinuxWorld Expo to show the real-world potential of the operating system Telecoms connect to server Linux group
Thurs 31 Jan:
Several telecommunications companies have joined the Open Source Development Lab Merger would be a boon to Linux, says Fiorina
Wed 30 Jan:
The HP chief executive urges Linux fans to use their collective energy on something more productive than a 'dogfight' with Microsoft Streamed video: Fiorina on the threat Linux poses to Microsoft Streamed video: Fiorina says HP merger will help Linux HP to support Mandrake Linux on the desktop
Wed 30 Jan:
Hewlett-Packard and Mandrake will launch the latest attempt to interest businesses in Linux on desktop PCs, with the emphasis on tech support Veritas brings storage software to Linux
Wed 30 Jan:
Veritas' Foundation Suite now runs on Red Hat's version of the Unix clone, the company announced at LinuxWorld Turbolinux signs up HP and Compaq
Wed 30 Jan:
Hewlett-Packard and Compaq will promote and sell Turbolinux's proprietary software for remotely controlling Linux servers Red Hat's new Linux packs a bigger punch
Mon 28 Jan:
The top-selling Linux company is to offer a higher-end, more specialised version of Linux Linux on mainframes: Phase two
Mon 28 Jan:
LinuxWorld is likely to be a forum for announcements about the open source operating system gaining ground on mainframes Ximian changes open-source licence
Mon 28 Jan:
The Linux company switches to a less-restrictive licence in a controversial move to promote Web services Streamed video: Ximian launches new Linux software with a direct plug-in to Microsoft Exchange Linux goes solo on IBM mainframe
Fri 25 Jan:
IBM will announce a zSeries mainframe that runs only Linux, signalling a new era of commercial servers running the open source operating system Streamed video: Scott Handy on IBM's first Linux OS-only server Embedded Linux alive and kicking
Thu 24 Jan:
The dot-com hype is history, but Linux companies are betting on success in everything from set-top boxes to robots
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