Don't look now, but Microsoft is continuing to open source many of its own technologies, even though it is still competing with Linux and Android vendors.
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JNMSPWalker application is used to run multiple SNMP sessions simultaneously. It offers a graphical interface to conveniently enter SNMP command in...
No, it's not just you. Apple's Mavericks is having trouble connecting to some network-attached storage and file servers. Fortunately, there are ways to fix it.
It's more than about aging — it's about retaining top talent at Google.
Microsoft is now allowing developers hosting open-source projects on its CodePlex site to use the once-dreaded GPLv3 open source license.
GitHub, the popular open-source development community site, is finally getting its licensing act together. It's high time since Black Duck has found that 77-percent of GitHub projects have no declared open-source license.
SuperN64 is a very fast N64 emulator for Android phones. Play your favorite N64 games on your phone or tablet!You need to place your own game files...
Facebook's Social Graph -- the database underlying its Graph Search engine unveiled yesterday-- is just one of many graph databases being employed for complex, connected data. Neo4j is another leading graph database that is open source and used by Cisco, Adobe, Squidoo and Intuit.
The Free Software Foundation Europe is claiming that recent changes to the Google's Android Software Development Kit licensing terms has made the SDK into proprietary software. But if you look closely, that doesn't appear to be the case.
MariaDB, the MySQL fork database management system, is throwing down the gauntlet to Oracle by forming a foundation to promote its alternative DBMS software.
How Microsoft used to do business during the last isn't going to carry it far into this decade. Here are some simple steps that the Redmond giant can take to stay relevant in a post-PC world.
Thanks to Microsoft, the Linux Foundation's program for booting Linux easily on Windows 8 PCs protected with Secure Boot is still stuck in neutral.
The first open source Active Directory server with SMB3 support, now due in mid December, is ideal for business desktop and storage needs. Samba 4 was a big beneficiary of antitrust orders forcing Microsoft to open up key protocols.
Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) is shaping up to be a controversial release, with a solution for dual-booting with Windows 8 and a new online scope for Dash search providing Amazon shopping suggestions.
Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, is taking a new way to address the Windows 8 UEFI secure-boot problem.
Sometimes you have to move slowly to get ahead in the long run.
The gambit is to take CloudStack and make it an open source juggernaut to build cloud architectures that resemble Amazon Web Services.
Is Google to blame for the fragmentation of the Android OS and delayed updates, or does the blame lie with the OEMs and the mobile carriers?
I'm getting tired of the vitriol about Apple's iBooks Author EULA. If you don't want to pay Apple's 30 percent commission, there are other options. Just none from Google or Amazon.
Why will Microsoft be releasing a persistent virtual machine feature on its Azure cloud platform so users can host Linux? Because that's what its customers want.