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Linuxcare gives seal of approval to HP NetServer systems and business desktop PCs

Author: JT Smith

Linuxcare Labs is certifying all current HP NetServer systems
on the following Linux distributions: Caldera eServer, Debian, Red Hat, SuSE Linux, and TurboLinux
Server.

Beware of geeks bearing gifts

Author: JT Smith

From Salon.com: “Microsoft can lower the price of Windows Me and give it a few great features, but it can’t fundamentally make Me a better operating system than Windows 95, because of underlying technical flaws with the
whole Windows operating environment.”

Trolltech launches Qt/Embedded

Author: JT Smith

Trolltech announced today the launch of Qt/Embedded, their graphical user interface (GUI) application framework and windowing system
for embedded Linux.

API’s strategic partnerships ensure Alpha Linux market growth

Author: JT Smith

API (Alpha Processor, Inc.), a leading developer of high-performance solutions for high-bandwidth and compute-intensive applications,
today announced the expansion of its partner program to include Linux innovator Stormix Technologies Inc.

Penguin Computing expands again

Author: JT Smith

Penguin Computing Inc., leading provider of reliable Linux systems for Internet serving, today announced that it has opened a central regional sales office in Houston.

HP expands commitment to Linux USED EARLIER

Author: JT Smith

Hewlett-Packard Company today
expanded its commitment to Linux as a strategic operating system, unveiling a number of products and
services as part of its multi-OS strategy for HP-UX(1), 64-bit Windows(R) 2000 and Linux.

Perle Systems to offer dial-out modem pooling client…

Author: JT Smith

The new client allows Linux-based users to share modems with other Linux, Windows 95/98, NT and 2000 workstations on their network.

AT&T completes investment in Net2Phone

Author: JT Smith

Net2Phone Inc. has announced that AT&T completed their investment of $1.4 billion in Net2Phone, a leading provider of voice enhanced services on the Internet.

Baymountain unveils BayCluster Linux server solution

Author: JT Smith

Baymountain, Inc., a provider of Linux-based ASP services announced today that it will unveil a unique Linux-based server solution called BayCluster(TM).

Visionary software applications for wireless devices at Conference 2000

Author: JT Smith

At Motorola’s four-day
conference, the messaging group will exhibit conceptual software applications, designed to underscore the future potential of wireless communications.