Renown physicist Freeman Dyson and his son George, a historian of technology, talked about how biotechnology will shape the 21st...
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At the O'Reilly Open Source Convention this week, the debate about open sourcing Java continued.
In an attempt to make a point about the fallibility of e-voting, Rebecca Mercuri, a fellow at a Harvard-affiliated research center and a noted...
From the Black Hat Briefings in Las...
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Speaking at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention, Peter Schay, executive vice president of The Advisory Council, made the case for Linux versus Windows in simplified terms: avoidance of vendor lock-in at all costs, even if on paper or whiteboard TCO a Microsoft deployment is less costly than Linux.