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Gartner to music industry: Sell songs on the Internet

Author: JT Smith The music industry had better change its tune and play to the Internet market one song at a time, the Gartner Group told NewsBytes Friday. What the major labels need, says Gartner, is a new digital distribution model for single-track purchases, using effective Digital Rights...
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AudioCodes selects Jungo's GO-HotSwap for Linux/Windows

Author: JT Smith Jungo Ltd. has announced that AudioCodes, a leading supplier of packet voice enabling technologies and components has selected its Go-HotSwap Operating System Extension to provide hot swapping capabilities for its TP-400 VoIP Communication board product, thus being the first to...
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IBM scraps Project Monterey for new Unix OS

Author: JT Smith From Smart Partner: IBM is killing off Project Monterey, a joint venture with The Santa Cruz Operation, while giving birth to a new OS. AIX RL, a future Unix OS able to run on both Intel IA-64 and IBMâs own Power chip, will integrate Linux alongside some of the technologies from...
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And you thought this stuff was fake: Hulkster sues WCW

Author: JT Smith Hulk Hogan has filed a defamation suit against the World Championship Wrestling, accusing the WCW's creative director of berating him on national television after a ring appearance, The Associated Press reports. According to the lawsuit, Hogan won the July 9 bout in Daytona Beach...
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Linux prepares for embedded real-time use

Author: JT Smith From the EE Times: Software suppliers at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo this past week rolled out products aimed at embedded applications ranging from set-top boxes to cellular phones to flight simulators. Their goal is to rival embedded OS vendors such as Wind River and QNX,...
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Linux developers go after desktop dominance

Author: JT Smith Linux software developers strode toward desktop prominence this past week when they announced their intention to create a suite of products that would compete directly with Microsoft Office, the EE Times says in a review of LinuxWorld. "One of the big things that has held Linux...
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SGI, Enlighten Software offer systems management for Linux

Author: JT Smith Enlighten Software Solutions, a provider of integrated system management software for Linux, Unix and Windows, and SGI, a provider of high-performance computing and advanced graphics solutions that enable customers to understand their toughest computing problems, have announced...
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IndyBox announces Debian 2.2 supported by RS2200

Author: JT Smith LinuxPR announced that IndyBox will now be supporting Debian GNU/Linux on its RS2200 system. Category: Linux
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MS using MainSoft Windows-to-Unix software

Author: JT Smith The Register has an article with evidence Microsoft may be closer to supporting Linux, with the support of MainSoft software. Category: Linux
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Major security update for Netscape

Author: JT Smith Netscape has a serious vulnerability in linux. Linux Weekly News has a series of links to get the patch in RPM format. Category: Linux
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