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Open Source Journal on Ulitzer It is interesting to see how Open source rivals Red Hat and Novell have transferred their Linux warfare to the cloud. As both companies seek to use their open source history to advantage on the web platform by spouting standard mantras about avoiding vendor lock-ins and low cost, they have also taken different approaches on other counts when taking their cloud services to market. Red Hat is full of idealistic enthusiasm about innovation, progress and being open through and through. It has always been a vociferous proponent of open standards and Open content that is hundred percent free from licensing or royalty payments and has been singing along the same tunes on cloud. It has been up in arms with Microsoft on many issues including opposing the approval of Microsoft Office Open XML by the International Organization for Standardizatio... (more)

Wireless Industry Steps up Influence over Future of Linux

The Linux Foundation has published a report that says that wireless companies have significantly increased their contributions to the Linux operating system. One of the key factors that has led to the surge in popularity of the free, open source software platform has been the proliferation of Android handsets in the mobile market. Every other day there is a new Android phone that crops up and looks like they are here for the long haul. The trend is catching on in non-smartphone mobile market segments such as netbooks and media tablets. According to ABI Research, Google's Android ... (more)

Rimm Tries to Maintain Its Strong Hold

Rimm along with other Smartphone makers like Palm have had to sit on the sidelines as Google led Android smartphones seem to have caught the imagination of gadget lovers. The recent media frenzy over Google’s much anticipated Nexus One phone probably has not helped much either. The BlackBerry maker plans to change all that and retain it’s still strong following of business users with the launch of a $200 gadget called the BlackBerry Presenter that it is demonstrating at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.  When you plug the device into a big-screen TV or projec... (more)

Microsoft and HP to tap into overlooked Private cloud market

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