CeBIT 2009: Garmin presents Nüvifone with Linux

Mar 04, 2009

US navigation specialist Garmin has shown off their nüvifone G60 at the 2009 CeBIT in Hanover.

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Linux.com Now Hosted by Linux Foundation

Mar 04, 2009

The Linux.com website is now being officially hosted by the Linux Foundation, who will start using it as a portal for online community participation.

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CeBIT 2009: Intel Announces 32-Nanometer Chip

Mar 04, 2009

Intel's Christian Morales presented plans for production of their new 32-nanometer chip at the CeBIT 2009 in Hannover. The faster, smaller and more energy-efficient chip should secure U.S. jobs for some time to come.

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SCALE 7x: DOHCS Conference A report from the Demonstrating Open Source Healthcare Solution Conference

Mar 02, 2009

Self-contained pre-conferences marked day zero at the seventh annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE), including the Women In Open Source (WIOS) conference, Open Source Software In Education (OSSIE), a Fedora activity day, two training tracks, and a Zenoss community day. One mini-conference grew large enough to spin off as a self-contained entity: the Demonstrating Open Source Healthcare Solution (DOHCS) conference, now in its third year, examined the comparatively low-profile work undertaken in the medical field.

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CeBIT 2009: BITKOM Set on Green IT

Mar 02, 2009

The Green IT theme has its definite place at CeBIT 2009, with a true defender. The BITKOM German industry association is launching the Green IT World forum on Tuesday, March 3, in Hannover.

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CeBIT 2009: Fujitsu and Siemens to Split Up

Mar 02, 2009

At the CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, the Fujitsu Siemens company announced a planned separation of its two entities as of April 2009.

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Linux Foundation Kicks off Training Program

Mar 02, 2009

The Linux Foundation, which sponsors the work of creator Linus Torvalds, is now providing a developer training program to be introduced at the Annual Collaboration Summit.

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Event Report: SCALE 7x A look back at the seventh annual Southern California Linux Expo

Feb 27, 2009

The seventh annual Southern California Linux Expo, held February 20-22, included a wide variety of talks on open source projects, system administration, and software development from luminaries in the open source community. This year’s conference was larger than ever and included keynotes from Bradley Kuhn, President of Software Freedom Conservancy, and Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier, openSUSE's Community Manager. Kuhn talked about concerns with Software as a Service (a.k.a. the cloud), and Brockmeier discussed ways to improve the reach of an open source project.

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