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Inprise/Borland offer free Turbo Debugger

Author: JT Smith Inprise/Borland today announced it is releasing a free download of Turbo Debugger on its Web site, reports PRNewswire.
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Startup to spread Gnutella

Author: JT Smith ZDNet News reports, Newtell Inc, on Monday announced it has begun operations to develop and promote software for sharing MP3 files using the Gnutella protocol.
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Motorola deal highlights Linux's strengths

Author: JT Smith This Chicago Tribune article reports, back-office backers of the Linux operating system have a new ally in communications giant Motorola Inc. Category: Linux
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On RadioWallStreet.com: The Linux League Monday Edition

Author: JT Smith Guests this week include Gary Lawrence Murphy, CEO of TCI and Tom Adelstein, CEO of Bynari Inc. Rob Zimmer, Vice-President of RadioWallStreet.com, will help lead the discussion, from Linux PR. Category: Linux
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Nokia wireless browser goes Open Source, sort of

Author: JT Smith CNET News reports, with the release of a new mobile phone Web browser today, manufacturing giant Nokia is betting on a modified Open Source strategy to help it break further into the wireless software market Category: Open Source
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OEMs cast StarOffice in select PCs

Author: JT Smith ZDNet News reports Sun MicroSystems Inc.'s StarOffice productivity suite is gaining a small following as four OEMs agreed to preinstall the software on PCs. Category: Linux
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AltaVista mystery ends today

Author: JT Smith AltaVista is to issue a statement later today confirming it has been rolling out its unmetered service since June 30 and that it has, indeed, signed up tens of thousands of users, reports The Register.
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Caldera's Love rails at Monterey 'misinformation'

Author: JT Smith Caldera CEO Ransom Love has blamed inaccurate press reports for the confusion for muddying the waters of Project Monterey, reports The Register. Category: Open Source
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Site: Linux not ready for defense department

Author: JT Smith From a Government Computer News story: Linux does not meet the Defense Information Infrastructureâs Common Operating Environment Kernel Platform Compliance requirements for a Posix-compliant application programming interface, Posix-compliant commands and utilities, the Motif X...
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'Renegade' OS lands in corporate laps

Author: JT Smith "As Compaq, Dell, HP, IBM and Sun, along with other high-tech heavyweights such as Motorola and Silicon Graphics Inc., throw their weight behind the operating system created by Finnish programmer Linus Torvalds, Linux may be in its best position yet to challenge Microsoft and its...
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