Microsoft inked its third Linux interoperability deal as the third version of General Public License nears the finish line. Will Red Hat fall in line soon?
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Notable headlines:George Ou: Build the biggest bang per dollar PCs: June 2007 Edition.Microsoft signs technology pact with Linspire.
Comscore took a crack at sizing up the world of widgets on the Web and it's clear there's a massive distributed audience out there. The challenge is monetizing that audience.
Intuit said Wednesday it will allow QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions to operate on Linux servers. For Intuit, the move is a bit of a milestone--QuickBooks is the first of its products work on open source software.
It took a while for AMD's Operton chip to grab share from Intel's Xeon. The lead was lost in a quarter, according to a research report from Jon Peddie Research.
On today's podcast:Mary Jo Foley clarifies her previous post on how Leopard looks like Vista.The Life without Google experiment continues with Kartoo.
Can you get used to a search engine that has a creepy little mascot whose eyes follow you around as you click on icons?If so maybe Kartoo is for you.
Notable headlines:Torvalds: Solaris could nudge Linux to GPL 3.Ryan Naraine: 'Critical' Vista, IE 7 patches highlight MS security updates.
Yesterday, as can be seen from the video, we captured a part of eBay's senior director of Disruptive Innovation Max Mancini's keynote address at eBay's Developer Conference in Boston. eBay made a series of announcements regarding new APIs and developer tools.
InformationWeek is reporting that contrary to prior reports, a version of ZFS will be included in Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard.