It's the brower war v. 2.0.No doubt, Opera’s antitrust complaint filed against Microsoft today to the European Commission is causing huge headaches in Redmond.
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Firefox 3 beta 2 is now scheduled to be available to the public on December 21, Mozilla developers say.The browser code is now in the quality assurance phase and will enjoy its first round of scrutiny during a test day being held on December 14.
A leading open source customer app provider launched a major upgrade of its customer relationship management (CRM) software that features on-demand capabilities, an AJAX e-mail client and enhanced customization.SugarCRM on Monday announced general availability of Sugar 5.
Dell announced on Tuesday via its corporate blog that it has begun installing Ubuntu 7.10, aka Gutsy Gibbon, and LinDVD on its Dell consumer Linux PCs in the US and will also make it available on the Inspiron 530 in England, France and Germany later this week.
Red Hat, Novell race to offer better Windows guest support, Windows Server 2008 virtualization support
Even as rival Novell celebrates an expanded technical collaboration with Microsoft, Red Hat has released a 5.1 update designed to make its Linux a better platform for virtualizing Linux and Windows workloads.
The much anticipated Firefox 3 beta 1 will be available tonight or tomorrow, Mozilla developers said."Beta one [has] Q & A sign-off and will be ready to ship tonight or tomorrow, " one developer said during a Mozilla developers meeting on Monday.
As open source management software makes gains, ISV GroundWork Open Source is getting more attention from Red Hat.On Tuesday, the two partners will announce an expanded partnership in which leading Linux vendor Red Hat will now provide 24x7 telephone premium support of GroundWork products and will offer either onsite or online training classes through GroundWork University.
IBM has finally taken the big leap to support rival Sun's OpenOffice.org project, a move that could have significant impact on the adoption of the open source Office suite.
One year after Red Hat acquired JBoss, the battle is finally beginning to heat up in the open source middleware space.In what was described as a "coming out party" for JBoss post merger, Red Hat and Dell disclosed at LinuxWorld 2007 plans to prebundle three middleware stacks on Dell's PowerEdge Servers.
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