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Person or computer: could you pass the Turing Test?

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of famed British mathematician Alan Turing, who designed a test in which a human converses with another human and a computer program, and then attempts to determine which is the human and which is the computer.

By May 2, 2012

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The open-source license landscape is changing

There is an ongoing shift toward open-source licenses that are more permissive, reflecting an increased emphasis on building communities rather than protecting against free-riders.

By June 17, 2011

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Microsoft's contract with Nokia rumored at $1B

The partnership between Nokia and Microsoft announced last month now has a reported dollar figure. Also, Nokia announces that it's selling off the commercial licensing part of its Qt business.

By March 7, 2011

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Mr. DisplayLink goes to Linux

Today, DisplayLink announced it is planning to bring its technology to Linux.

By May 15, 2009

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Nokia updates Qt open-source developer platform

The cell phone maker is updating the Qt development platform and adding open-source license options. Go write some cross-platform code.

By March 3, 2009

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Sun: OpenOffice still a 'great international effort'

Development projects are underway to improve performance issues in the open source project, which remains a strong focus within the community, says exec.

By March 5, 2009

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Google bans the Mozilla Public License

Google has wrongly banned the Mozilla Public License from its accepted licenses for Google Code. This is wrong-headed and misguided.

By August 2, 2008

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New LGPL draft expected in June

By February 14, 2006

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Q&A: Google's open-source balancing act

Google uses a "ton" of open-source software. An insider tells how Google balances its own priorities with the demands of the open-source movement.

By May 28, 2008

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The ExtJS debacle: What should its licensing strategy be?

GPL'ing your core is a good way to protect the core and of monetizing a decent slice of your adoption. But it's better utilized when a project is a bit further along, and it's arguably not a great model for software that will generally have the most valu

By April 29, 2008