Imagine standing on the road. An oncoming car is heading rapidly towards you. You have a choice to move, or to stay. Now consider that…
Monday, 25 February 2008 14:12

Dawn of the Linux dead

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Over the last week we’ve been covering how the Linux multitasking scheduler works. Today it’s time to see what Linux has in common with popular…
Open source software advocates – like myself – will point out that a user can have confidence in the application’s integrity because the program code…
Wednesday, 06 February 2008 18:24

Open source, the Access slayer

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Forget vampires, there’s a world of evil in corporations across the globe infesting desktops everywhere. It’s the database product known as Microsoft Access but fear…
Torvalds has been to Linux.conf.au and Torvalds has spoken. During a wide-ranging interview, the Linux founder speculated on the future of hardware and the control…
The ASUS Eee has an update glitch; users worldwide have discovered a recent system update has resulted in missing icons on their tabbed launcher interface.…
One of the hottest gadgets of 2007 – with no sign the trend is abating – was the super-portable ASUS Eee, putting Linux in the…
The old adage, you get what you pay for, doesn’t have to apply. In fact, for a small business the high price tag of “threat…
Since early this decade, Microsoft has been promoting their software framework, the .NET platform and its associated libraries. Now up to incarnation v3.5, Windows developers…
Want to find open source tools? Linux distros have long had the tradition that software is bundled into easily-installed packages. Yet, finding packages can be…

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