Canonical's withdrawal of funding to the Kubuntu project apparently is not very important to the company's owner, Mark Shuttleworth.
Dell has chosen SUSE as the first Linux distribution available on its Dell Cloud with VMware vCloud Datacenter Service.
SUSE, the company that creates and markets the oldest commercial GNU/Linux distribution, is making its first major initiative as a private company, releasing an early development version of its cloud infrastructure solution which is powered by the open source OpenStack.
More evidence - if any was needed - of Oracle's disinterest in the open source assets it acquired from Sun Microsystems has come to light with the news that the driver for VirtualBox has been declared as "tainted crap" by Linux kernel developers.
According to Frost and Sullivan the price Google is paying for Motorola Mobility was simply based on the price per patent, using a previous significant patent portfolio sale as a benchmark and took no account of the value of the mobile phone business. Far-fetched? Maybe but F&S has a remarkable 'coincidence' to support this.
Microsoft has announced that its patent-licensing deal with Novell, which expires in November this year, will be renewed for a further four years.
When free and open source software projects fork, it is often the case that the child turns out to be much worse than the parent.
IBM will actively support the revamped OpenOffice.org project following its move to the Apache Software Foundation.
Planning a move to Office 365? Quest Software says it can help.
Novell ceased to exist as a public entity at the end of trading in the US on Wednesday as the sale of the company to Attachmate Corporation was closed.
The US Department of Justice has announced that Microsoft will not be able to keep patents it planned to buy from Novell as part of a consortium.
Red Hat has decided to release its kernel source with all patches pre-applied to make it difficult for its competitors to lure away its customers.
Novell has had a less than stellar first quarter following the stitching up of a sale to Attachmate Corporation late last year, reporting a decline in revenue and a net loss.
Right from the time it was set up in the early 1990s, Red Hat has always been some kind of a beacon to the GNU/Linux community.
A bid by Canonical to profit from the inclusion of the Mono-dependent music player Banshee in its next Ubuntu release has failed.
Red Hat continues to hold its lead as the main corporate contributor to the development of the Linux kernel, according to the annual Linux Foundation report on kernel development which has just been released.
Novell has announced that its intellectual property pertaining to UNIX remains with the company after its sale to Attachmate Corporation.
Microsoft has done so well out of the Novell sale that I wouldn't be surprised to find out some months down the line that the whole deal was planned and packaged in Redmond.
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