The undercurrent of Linspire's and Chandler's respective failures is an inability to market to the consumers that would buy their wares.
Linspire and Xandros are apparently tying the knot. It's doubtful that two negatives can make a positive.
Linspire, the company that once raised Microsoft's ire with its Linux-based Lindows operating system, is being swallowed by Xandros, another Linux company.
It's true what they say: Money can't buy you love, not even if you've got $20 million to...
With $100 rebate, Sears--a major national retailer that doesn't specialize in electronics--offers a Linux desktop PC from Linspire.
Yet another Web Operating System launches. This one is from Michael Robertson, founder of MP3.com, Linspire, and SIPPhone.
Linspire releases Freespire 2.0, its free version of the desktop Linux OS. Proprietary software, however, has been thrown into the mix.
Kevin Carmony is moving to a dating service. Perhaps his Microsoft affection will finally yield a relationship.
MP3tunes.com founder Michael Robertson asks a federal court to dispose of copyright suit EMI filed against the music service and him personally. Judge says nothing doing.