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The Document Foundation (TDF) has issued an official statement confirming that LibreOffice for Windows from SUSE is now available in the Intel AppUpSM Center.
The new Nexus Professional 2.0 may sound more like a digital camera than a developer tool, but its basic function is to provide "actionable" information about the open-source components used in any ...
Initially driven by OpenStack members Rackspace, Dell, HP and also NTT, TryStack is designed for developers and users interested in testing software that communicates over OpenStack APIs without ...
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Sardinia is, undeniably, more famous for its footballing star Gianfranco Zola than it is for its integrated open source enterprise portal platform and content management systems.
Now open sourced -- the Zeus Trojan, once installed on an infected machine, has the ability to use keylogging techniques to steal user information and compromise bank accounts.
The SUSE enterprise Linux distribution project is 20 years old. Pronounced "Sooz-Seh", the SUSE team are celebrating by holding the first SUSECon 2012 conference in Orlando.
Despite Microsoft's best efforts to "engineer compatibility" between its Hyper-V virtualisation software and the OpenStack open source cloud project since October 2010, it appears that may have run ...
Many of the big IT players today have student developer competitions and events. Microsoft has its Imagine Cup, Yahoo! holds its Open Hack Days (not strictly "student-level" but often attended by ...
Oracle's ongoing stewardship of the Java platform and language is still garnering the occasional spat of criticism from time to time. Much of the disquiet rests on Oracle's plans to bring Java ...
Red Hat has extended the "production life cycle" of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6 from seven to 10 years in what the company says is direct response to customer demand.