CoreOS, a new enterprise Linux company and a Docker partner, is now proposing its own alternative to Docker's container technology.
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Australian-listed enterprise technology consultancy firm Oakton has received the green light from the Supreme Court of Victoria to go ahead with its acquisition by Dimension Data Australia.
IBM rolls out Power Systems Linux support and training across its customer-facing technology centers.
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin talks to Wall Street about tomorrow's technology and what role open source will play.
Container technology, a lightweight kind of virtualization, is becoming a core component in major Linux distributions. But what role will it really plan in datacenters and the cloud?
The Delhi High Court calls for laws to adapt to changing times, since they were last formed when technology was nascent.
KVM, the long a popular x86 Linux virtualization technology, will appear in IBM's Power architecture in 2014.
While Verizon remains mum on challenging any secret U.S. court order that authorizes the mass vacuuming of U.S. and international data, a growing number of technology firms are calling on Congress for greater transparency and data request reporting.
The U.S. government has submitted proposals for Apple to remedy antitrust concerns, after a Manhattan court found the technology giant guilty of conspiring to fix ebook prices.
Xen, Citrix's popular open-source hypervisor, is becoming a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project with the backing of such major technology powers such as Amazon Web Services, Google, and Intel.
Tokyo District Court rules Samsung had no rights over data transmission technology used in some of Apple's iPhones, in an injunction filed by the South Korean giant to prevent the manufacture and sale of some Apple smartphones.
Technology giant Oracle has been ordered by the Australian Federal Court to pay out AU$18,000 for breaching the Sex Discrimination Act.
A U.S. bankruptcy court approves the sale of 1,100 Kodak patents to a bevy of technology firms, but at a fraction of the price they were valued at.
Technology giant Oracle will continue to build software for Intel's heavy-duty Itanium chip after HP won a court case forcing the company to adhere to its prior agreements.
Two of the world's biggest technology companies will today front up in court for their patent-infringement case over the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the iPad.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds has won the prestigious Millennium Technology Prize alongside stem cell researcher, Dr Shinya Yamanaka
Moonlight, the open-source implementation of Silverlight for Linux and Unix, is no more.
A jury has unanimously decided that Google did not infringe on two of Oracle's patents in the second phase of the court battle between the two technology giants.
The patent situation in the technology sector is terrible, and we must fix it. Let business get back to making tech people can use, and not going to court to defend the natural evolution of tech.
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