1806 Results for

XenSource

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ZTE Source (Cricket Wireless)

The ZTE Source offers Cricket customers inexpensive LTE, but if you can spare a bit more money, pass it over for better devices.

November 26, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating November 26, 2013

MSRP: $219.99

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Waze

For anyone looking for more reliable traffic data than Apple's and Google's stock maps applications, Waze is definitely worth a download.

June 13, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating June 13, 2013

Pricing not available

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TED for Android

The TED app is the best way to access TED's educational, inspirational, and entertaining videos from your mobile device.

April 24, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating April 24, 2013

Pricing not available

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Citrix strips XenSource of virtualization, open source...everything

Citrix seems to be playing weird games with its XenSource acquisition.

By February 7, 2008

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Open-sourcing my error on XenSource

What can I say? Even the most opinionated among us are sometimes wrong. I just happen to be wrong more than most. :-)

By August 23, 2007

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Citrix to buy XenSource for $500 million; open-source company valuations skyrocketing (UPDATED)

Citrix is going to buy XenSource to step up the virtualization war. In the process, it has set a nice multiple for open-source companies.

By August 15, 2007

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Citrix completes XenSource virtualization buy

Citrix's $500 million acquisition is done. Next up: new server and desktop virtualization products.

By October 23, 2007

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Ex-XenSource CEO tries another virtualization start-up

Pano Logic combines VMware virtualization software on the server with a device to remotely connect users' keyboards, mice and other peripherals.

By August 27, 2007

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Citrix to buy virtualization company XenSource for $500 million

Open-source software company XenSource will be added to Citrix's server management software.

By August 15, 2007

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What the XenSource acquisition says about proprietary software

The XenSource acquisition is a wake-up call to proprietary vendors that they can't rest on old laurels anymore.

By August 15, 2007