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Grow Your Sun

Be the sun in your own universe! Use the unique chance to touch the stars and enjoy some really amazing relaxation while flying in...

December 13, 2014 by Ekaterina Kalgina

Red Hat version 5.3 released

RHEL 5.3 features virtualisation improvements, support for Intel's Core i7 architecture and inclusion of the Open Java Development Kit from Sun

January 21, 2009 by

Red Hat version 5.3 released

Red Hat 5.3 features virtualization improvements, support for Intel's Core i7 architecture, and inclusion of the Open Java Development Kit from Sun.

January 20, 2009 by

The future? Man falls in love with robot

In the not exactly business technology department an inventor has created the love of his life--a female robot.According to the UK Sun, Le Trung, 33, has created Aiko--a female robot with "with a stunning 32, 23, 33 figure, shiny hair and delicate features.

December 10, 2008 by

Grow Your Sun Adv

FULL VERSION, WITHOUT ADS!Be the sun in your own universe! Use the unique chance to touch the stars and enjoy some really amazing relaxation...

December 13, 2014 by Ekaterina Kalgina

Sun shows 2U 16-core Barcelona server with FSB1600

After last week's launch of Sun's 2U 16-core Intel Tigerton server last week, Sun followed up with an AMD Barcelona version last night at AMD's Barcelona launch.  Sun kept the same compact 2U footprint while keeping all the features.

September 11, 2007 by

The Red Giant

It has been theorized that our Sun in it's final days, 5 billion years from now, will become a Red Giant. Now is your chance to live...

November 19, 2014 by Dustin Kaban

IBM to lift lid on its OpenOffice plans next week

IBM will help develop collaboration features for the open source desktop of the future but it’s not clear how much of Notes -- if any -- will find its way into OpenOffice.On Monday, Big Blue announced that it has joined OpenOffice – a major open source project led by its rival Sun – and its initial contribution of accessibility enhancements and other code to the OpenOffice project.

September 11, 2007 by

VMware Workstation 6

Already hugely popular with developers and system testers, this latest version of VMWare Workstation has even more to appeal to the professional market.

June 20, 2007 by

Mac OS X Leopard gets Sun's DTrace

Apple Computer has announced the next version of its flagship Mac OS X operating system will support Sun Microsystems' open source DTrace performance analysis and debugging tool. DTrace was originally built by Sun as one of the most advanced features of its Solaris 10 operating system, but was released as open source software early in 2005 and has since made its way to other platforms, including FreeBSD.

August 8, 2006 by

DTrace reaches prime time on FreeBSD

A project to bring one of the most advanced features of Sun Microsystems' Solaris operating system to the FreeBSD platform has started bearing fruit. Sun's Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) tool provides advanced performance analysis and debugging features, primarily for server software.

May 28, 2006 by

JavaOne: Java SE to support Visual Basic

Graham Hamilton, VP and Fellow in the Java platform team at Sun Microsystems, talked about the future of Java SE in today's Sun general Technical session. He talks about plans for performance, monitoring, scripting, desktop features, web services, and yes, even Visual Basic.

May 16, 2006 by

Developer aims for Dtrace on FreeBSD

update One of the most useful tidbits from the basket of code released into the public domain this year by Sun Microsystems is likely to make it to the FreeBSD platform. Sun's Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) tool is one of the most-touted features of the company's Solaris 10 operating system, released in January, and provides advanced performance analysis and debugging features for server software.

September 7, 2005 by

IBM switches on Power5 servers

Big Blue unveils its new high-powered server line, which features the company's latest 64-bit processor and is seen as a possible threat to Intel, Sun and HP.

May 3, 2004 by

Plumtree lays out Java, Linux plan

Plumtree Software plans to introduce a new version of its business-portal programs next year that increases support for Linux and Java technology, including systems from Sun Microsystems and IBM. Plumtree, which detailed its plans Monday, said the Java version of its products will offer the same features and server architecture as the current Windows version, which it released earlier this year.

October 13, 2003 by

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