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An inventor in California claims that he has created a 20-second procedure that can change your eye color from brown to blue without damage.
After four-plus years at Alfresco, it's time for the author of CNET's The Open Road to move on to a new challenge, as COO of Ubuntu Linux backer Canonical.
Computer technician allegedly installs software that controlled the Webcams on women's Macs and sends out fake error messages telling women to put their Macs near steam.
A Washington 13-year-old is questioned by Secret Service after reportedly posting on Facebook that the president should be careful after the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Open-source companies have been hiring tier-one talent out of the proprietary world.
Consumer Reports says it can't recommend the iPhone 4 because the antenna issue can be replicated and is, in fact, serious. Fanboy response: suck it up and buy a case. Molly response: epic rant. Also, the RIAA's wildly inflated file-sharing damages are smacked down once again, and Reddit begs for money.
A man walks out of an Apple store, is robbed of the iPad he was picking up for a friend and has part of his pinkie ripped off in the process.
As .Net and Java programmers age and retire, the future looks bright for dynamic programming languages, Linux, and open source generally, Forrester finds.
Alfresco, a leading open-source vendor, just reported its fiscal year 2007 results, and they demonstrate that open source has a very bright future.
Open-source communities tend to aggregate around infrastructure projects, but enterprise applications also command strong followings, as new data suggest.