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Linuxlab’s new load-balancing software

Author: JT Smith

Linux PR reports, Linuxlab has released version 2.0 of its innovative FarMan load-balancing software.

Airborne e-mail

Author: JT Smith

The Associated Press reports, AT&T Wireless Aviation, the No. 2 purveyor of in-flight telephone service in North America, announced a
new service this week dubbed ePlane that the company hopes to sell to its airline customers, which include American Airlines and Northwest Airlines.

IDG launches micronetwork

Author: JT Smith

Providing a central location for breaking news on all facets of security issues facing the IT and Internet security industry, International Data Group (IDG) today announced the launch of its
Security-Informer micronetwork, reports Business Wire.

Review of Nautilus 0.1

Author: JT Smith

UserLand reviews Eazel’s newly released Nautilus 0.1.

Category:

  • Linux

LinuxDevices.com Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter

Author: JT Smith

The LinuxDevices.com Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for August 17 is out.

New strain of “Love” virus steals passwords

Author: JT Smith

Security experts say that a new strain of the infamous “I Love You” virus has hit some businesses located in Europe and in the United States, reports CNet News.

Category:

  • Linux

Logitech is set to go beyond the PC

Author: JT Smith

Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech International SA plans to move beyond the personal computer into living rooms and onto the
Internet, a senior executive told Reuters on Thursday.

Monterey to bear fruit this year

Author: JT Smith

Project Monterey, IBM’s next-generation Unix operating system, which supports Linux applications and runs on Intel’s 64bit processors (IA-64), will be released this year under the name AIX 5L, reported the Computer Reseller News.

Category:

  • Linux

Linuxlab packs 160 servers into a standard six-foot rack

Author: JT Smith

Linuxlab expands the boundaries of high-density server configuration with its Saratoga Rack 160, enabling information providers to place up to 160 Web servers in a standard six-foot sever rack, reports Linux PR.

Category:

  • Unix

European start-up banking on the need for weed

Author: JT Smith

CNet News reports, iToke, a kind of alter ego to Kozmo.com, the popular 30-minute delivery service in several U.S. cities, plans to take delivery orders for marijuana starting Sept. 1, igniting fires under federal laws that prohibit marijuana sales outside of cafes.

Category:

  • Management