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Sybase to Open Source Watcom C/C++ and Fortran compilers

Author: JT Smith

NewsAlert reports, Sybase, Inc. today announced that it
plans to release the source code for the Sybase Watcom C/C++ and Watcom Fortran compilers under an Open Source license agreement.

Will Linux, Unix share same user interface?

Author: JT Smith

This ZDNet article surmises that in the not so distant future Linux and Unix may share the same default graphical user interface.

Category:

  • Linux

Microsoft pleads for appeals court hearing

Author: JT Smith

Microsoft today urged the Supreme Court to allow a local appeals court first crack at hearing its antitrust case, arguing that the need for a
thorough review outweighs the need for a fast resolution, reports CNET News.

Porting Kit for Linux Drivers

Author: JT Smith

PR Newswire reports, Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced it is making the Solaris Operating Environment Network Driver Porting Kit for Linux Drivers available free of charge.

HP, EST and LinuxMall.com team to provide Linux backup solution bundles

Author: JT Smith

PR Newswire reports, Enhanced Software Technologies, Inc. is working closely with Hewlett-Packard to bring market-leading backup solutions to the Linux community exclusively through LinuxMall.com.

First commercially available wireless streaming video system

Author: JT Smith

PacketVideo Corp., the global leader in wireless media, today announced the release of PVPlatform 1.0, the industry’s first commercially available wireless streaming video delivery system for handheld device, reports Business Wire.

Watching the web for viruses

Author: JT Smith

British businesses are setting up an early warning system to let them know when destructive computer viruses are on the rampage, reports BBC News.

Category:

  • Linux

McAfee aims to shield networks from PDA viruses

Author: JT Smith

Network Associates’s McAfee division released new software Monday that’s designed to protect corporate networks from viruses carried on PDAs and other handheld computers, reports PC World.

MP3.com agrees to pay Sony damages

Author: JT Smith

BBC News reports, online music service MP3.com has reached a
$20m damages settlement with Sony Music Entertainment

CLeanscape Software announces ‘C’ and Linux upgrades

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports, new features include ANSI prototype support, Linux operability, and the bundling of lintPlus, Cleanscape’s static source code analyzer.