US vendor Micronas recently launched a Linux-based hardware and software developer kit for network-based DVD quality video monitoring.more »
The global server market continues to grow with Linux servers playing a major role: for the fifth time in succession, Linux server business achieved double-figure growth in the second quarter of 2007.more »
Following IBM, Sun Microsystems has now launched a power-saving initiative for servers.more »
The Openmoko project has released a new style guide for the Open Source-based Neo1973 cellphone. It is aimed to facilitate use of the cellphone.more »
French IT corporation Bull is targeting small businesses with a pre-installed Xandros server and commercial software.more »
VXL Instruments is offering one of its thin client models at a discount right now. The Linux device has a VIA C7 CPU that runs at 1 GHz.more »
Sun Microsystems has just launched the UltraSPARC T2 CPU, which easily outstrips its T1 predecessor performance-wise.more »
Motorola presented its new Motomagx Linux platform for cellular phones at Linuxworld Expo in San Francisco. In the next few years, Motorola will be looking to migrate up to 60 percent of its cellphone portfolio to the Motomagx.more »
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Authorities in 16 countries take action against users of the imfamous BlackShades malware tool.