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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.

Red Hat and Caldera: Top Linux contenders?

Author: JT Smith

ZDNet News pronounces Caldera and Red Hat as the most likely distributions to come out on top in an industry it says is ripe for consolidation. “We have seen the future of Linux, and its names are Caldera and Red Hat.”

Linux Media Arts to design HDTV solution for Linux

Author: JT Smith

The company is taking orders now for the video interface, according to a
press release
at LinuxPR.

Report on HP’s Linux support

Author: JT Smith

Informationweek has a small story discussing HP’s recent addition of Linux support to its core operating system support.

Yahoo! ruling held pending consultation

Author: JT Smith

In a ruling Friday
, a French judge called in technical experts to look into the problem of blocking content which violates local French law. Their decision will help decide whether to charge Yahoo! Auctions with the task of filtering French users from their site.

Interview with RTLinux project leader

Author: JT Smith

LinuxDevices.com
interviews
Victor Yodaiken, project leader for RTLinux, about the future of RTLinux.

Review: nVidia drivers for Linux 3D

Author: JT Smith

Dr. Thomas Pabst himself
reviews
the nVidia drivers for Linux 3D at Tom’s Hardware. He compares Linux performance to Windows 98.

MontaVista delivers multi-architecture tool kit

Author: JT Smith

The Hard Hat Linux Cross Development Kit, version 1.2, is now available, according to a
press release on this page
at Business Wire.

Who wrote Linux? Oh gosh, is Linux really IGOS?

Michael S. Mimoso writes “Another batch of Who Wrote Linux tall tales offers a few more possibilities into the origins of the operating system.”

I came out with my explanation of Linux’s origins — I wrote it! — right after Kenneth Brown, president of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institute, claimed that Linus Torvalds stole Linux from Minix. Now, Linux’s creators are coming out of the woodwork, as thick as flies or, if you ask me, thieves.

Link: TechTarget.com

Category:

  • Linux

Samsung looking at Linux for appliances

Korean appliances manufacturer Samsung Electronics is reportedly prepared to use Linux as the major operating system in its products.

Link: BigNewsNetwork

Category:

  • Linux