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London Stock Exchange to Abandon Failed Windows Platform

In September 2008, the London Stock Exchange collapsed because its Windows-based electronic trading platform, TradElect completely failed. Now, under new leadership, the Exchange will finally do away with its fatally flawed Windows system.
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Ubuntu: A Feasible Oracle Hedge Against Windows

Oracle doesn't want to own Linux. Oracle just wants Linux to be cheap. That's the insight an analyst shared with me the other day as we discussed why Oracle hasn't made a move to acquire Red Hat (recently, anyway).
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DoJ to Oracle/Sun: Not So Fast, Pardners

Fast track approval of the merger is denied, for reasons unclear. Java is likely the source of contention.
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Red Hat Stories: Don't Call Them Videos

It's not exactly the Sundance Film Festival, but Red Hat's new Red Hat Stories film series is setting the standard for technology marketing through film.
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Will Novell, Dell Turn to Open-Source M&A to Grow?

Novell was recently rumored to be shopping itself around for a buyer. The new rumors? That it's doing some shopping of its own.
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