- 30 Sep 2011
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The German IT security watchdog has issued a warning about a large number of e-commerce web sites that are (allegedly) infected with malware.
Open source operating system company Ubuntu has sent out the house warming invites to celebrate the launch of its new application developer portal
Open source browser Firefox has been updated for Windows, Mac, Linux and (for the purposes of this short communiqué) the Android mobile operating system.
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News from Cambridge (the American one) this week details the (allegedly) "much-anticipated" Riak 1.0 open source database platform from Basho Technologies.
Discussion has been rife this week after Red Hat's Matthew Garrett made his venturesome comments over Windows 8 and its possible move to lock out support for dual boot installations of Linux on PCs
The Droidcon mobile software application development conference is scheduled for the 6th and 7th of October in London. Held at Islington's Business Design Centre.
Press reports have been circulating since the start of this month analysing the government's attitude towards open source technology procurement.Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has said that ...
Open source raconteur and Red Hat senior director of middleware engineering Mark Little has laid down some defining comments as to the current state of Java EE7 Enterprise Edition.
The fourth Open World Forum runs from Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 September 2011 in gay Paris.
Not for the first time in its illustrious history, hackers recently chanced their collective arm by launching an attack on the Kernel.org Linux repository last month.
- 01 Sep 2011
Red Hat launches customer portal for discussion on next version of RHEL 7