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UnixWare 7.1 version now available

Author: JT Smith

LinuxPR reports, Bynari Inc. and the TradeClient project
announced the availability of TradeServer for UnixWare 7.1 today.

Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 availabe on IndyBox OLD

Author: JT Smith

IndyBox Systems, the world’s leading manufacturer of Linux computers, has announced the availability of Debian GNU/Linux on its RS2200 server line, reports Linux PR.

Verizon strike nears end, pact with some unions

Author: JT Smith

A 15-day strike by 87,000 workers at U.S. local telephone company Verizon Communications appeared to be nearing an end Monday as the company struck a labor contract agreement Sunday with two-thirds of its unions, reports Reuters.

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Love Bug suspect released

Author: JT Smith

Authorities in the Philippines have dropped all the charges against Onel de Guzman, the man suspected of unleashing the love bug virus earlier this year, reports The Register.

80GB hard drives get into PCs

Author: JT Smith

Maxtor has confirmed that its 80GB hard drive, the DiamondMax 80, is
shipping out to distributors now and is expected in the shops by September, reports The Register.

LynuxWorks announces delivery of BlueCat Linux

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports, LynuxWorks today announced that the new release of BlueCat Linux 3.0
supports the Hitachi SuperH(R) RISC processors.

Interview with reformed hacker Kevin Mitnick

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire announces, that SecurityFocus.com, the premier
security information portal, today announced that it will broadcast part 1 of two-part on-line interview with controversial reformed hacker, Kevin Mitnick.

BlueCat Linux supports ARM microprocessor cores

Author: JT Smith

This latest version of BlueCat Linux provides the heart of a single-source code strategy for
consistent and tested performance and functionality across all embedded CPU families, reports Business Wire.

Industry leaders provide open OLAP data access specification

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports, Oracle and Sun Microsystems today announced plans for a new platform-independent standard for creating, storing, accessing and managing data and metadata in OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing) servers.

Silicon Valley teaches the pols

Author: JT Smith

The next administration should take
a hint from Silicon Valley startups, a new economy
entrepreneur told legislators this week. From Medill News Service.

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