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Google, Microsoft Compete to be 'Platform of the World'

Google and Microsoft are duking it out to own the Web, and consumers and enterprises are unlikely to have the will to stop it. When will we learn?
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Novell Updates openSUSE Build Service

Novell has released version 1.7 of its openSUSE Build Service, which makes it possible to create packages for a variety of processor platforms and other major Linux distributions...
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Cisco, Juniper Bulk Up Wireless Network Offerings

Responding to the growing strain heavy Internet usage is putting on wireless networks, rivals Cisco and Juniper have both rolled out new technologies they say could help ease the load.
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Microsoft's Reliability Update Triggers Crashes

Latest batch of updates from the software giant intended to improve reliability and stability of systems causes problems for an undetermined number of users, though Microsoft said the problem is not widespread.
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Big IT Vendors Overcomplicating the Cloud

CA and NetApp have joined together on cloud offerings. But are they missing the point of simplifying enterprise IT?
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