A group of former execs from a Microsoft messaging hosting partner are going to launch a Linux-based unified communications platform that will compete directly against Microsoft.Unison, a two-year-old developer based in New York, plans to release into beta testing the Linux server and Windows client code at CeBIT 2008 on March 4.
Showing results 1 to 20 of 22
Referred to as SLED 10, Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (version 10) was launched at CeBIT in Hanover, Germany today. Infoworld's Elizabeth Montalbano reports that this isn't just any old version of desktop Linux.
Our own Stephen Shankland has a story out illustrating the continuing confusion over the word Linux. The story is that Harald Welte, who runs the GPL Violations Project, found 13 hardware companies at CeBIT who were violating the GPL of GNU-Linux by not releasing code based on it.
Crowds, product launches, debates, giant penguins…when it came to open source the CeBIT show had it all.
CeBIT: The word in Hannover is that some German government agencies have switched their allegiance away from SuSE Linux, because following Novell's takeover it is no longer a German company
Debian, a free distribution of the Linux operating system, is better suited to mission-critical applications than rival commercial distributions, one of the distribution's developers claimed on Friday. Debian developer Michael Meskes told the Linux Forum in CeBIT that because Debian is run independently as a volunteer organisation it has a number of benefits over alternative Linux distributions that are managed by companies.
CeBIT: Crowds, product launches, debates, giant penguins…when it came to open source the CeBIT show had it all, and we have the pictures to prove it
CeBIT: Free Linux distribution Debian doesn't have the support of a company behind it but that isn't a brake on quality, according to one developer
Invair's Filewalker lets consumers access their data by just using their right hand, aiming for maximum accessibility on the go
The latest prototype of IBM's WatchPad--a wristwatch that runs the Linux operating system--will be on show at the CeBIT next week. But there’s still no shipping date for the gadget.
The latest version of IBM's WatchPad - a wristwatch that runs the Linux operating system - will be on show at CeBIT, but there is still no shipping date
LG demonstrated a Linux-based Web pad aimed at home users and offering Internet connectivity at CeBIT today
The company also plans a worldwide application database
Microsoft denies it will port its Office suite to Linux
Samsung's Yopy offers a browser, MP3 player and Compact Flash all in one little box
"Best Linux", with its simpler OS structure, is aimed at home users
LinuxCare's Tyde reveals Microsoft could be developing a version of Office for the Linux platform
Even as rumors circulate at the CeBIT trade show in Germany that Microsoft (MSFT) is planning a version of Microsoft Office for Linux, the company is denying the report. Story to follow.
The company denies rumors percolating at CeBIT show that a version of Microsoft Office for Linux is in the offing.
Mobile devices, MP3 players, Bluetooth-enabled products and Linux-dedicated solutions are just some of the hot items you can expect at this year's CeBIT
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Windows 10: You've got questions, I've got answers
- 2 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 3 Hands-on with Windows 10: Installing the latest Technical Preview
- 4 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 5 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)