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Could open source financial analysis software shake up Wall Street? This is what financial analyst Marc Joffe is hoping as he champions his new open-source methodology for rating sovereign debt.
Social network Twitter has signed up as a member of the Linux Foundation. The non-profit Linux consortium welcomes the social network on the back of its extensive use of Linux servers in its data ...
Big Data is becoming an increasingly important and sensitive element in every large firm's ability to pinpoint and control their competitive advantage. Managing Big Data and analysing it correctly ...
- 22 Aug 2012
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- 09 Aug 2012
Microsoft has opened its door to a greater proportion of open source technologies and open standards, specifically within it's Office 2013 suite of 'productivity' applications.
Ubuntu One referrals is a way to earn free cloud storage up to 20GB by "simply spreading the word" and inviting family and friends to join Ubuntu One.
A YouTube clip has appeared on the web reportedly taken from Disney Channel sitcom 'Shake It Up' which has been labelled by some parties as nothing less than anti-open-source propaganda.
Nokia Qt's SVP of strategy Sebastian Nystrom has now confirmed that Qt will cease to be used in future Nokia products due to a so-called "sharpening of strategy" -- readers will also note that ...
Highlighting the use of open source in the manufacture process for these products can make a good headline; we normally expect to see open source used to denote its use in the software in the first ...
The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has reportedly flagged a potential trademark infringement brought about by one of its closes mindset neighbours, the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).
Walt Disney Animation Studios (WDAS) is making its BRDF Explorer technology available to the industry through an open source distribution at github.com/wdas/brdf - as of now.
- 07 Aug 2012
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The world of data storage is changing and open source is helping (well, trying extremely hard) to shake up a few traditional technology standards.
This new free and open source font from Adobe is provided under the SIL Open Font License, which is classified as free to use by the Free Software Foundation.
Having just spent the last 36 hours with my head in Ubuntu Server 12.04 I think I have my Ubuntu radar about as fully tuned as is humanly possible right now.