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Intel's Q3 Numbers Impress

Helped in part by strong Atom processor sales, Intel bettered analyst expectations for Q3, it announced today. The company's stock continued trending upwards on the news. Intel's stock traded as low as $15/share in June, but now costs upwards of $20/share.

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New Benefits Offered for Individual LF Members

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, the Linux Foundation today announced that individual members now qualify for employee purchase pricing from Dell, HP and Lenovo.

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MySQL Founder Calls on EC to Clear Oracle/Sun

Mårten Mickos writes European Commission head Neelie Kroes, saying the Oracle/Sun deal won't hurt MySQL. Will they listen?
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Who Really Has the Most Linux Users?

First, Red Hat's claimed the lion's share of the Linux market, then Novell said Red Hat's not that much in the lead, so where does the truth lie?
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Open Source Continues To Spread Through Official Circles

In the last several years, governments — and particularly those in Europe — have been snapping up Open Source alternatives like little old ladies at Loehmann's. The push towards Open continued this week as the Dutch police ditched Windows for the rosy cap.
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