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If you're brave and like to tinker, rooting your Google Nexus 7 could unleash the potential of this powerful Android tablet. Here's how.
Maker of Linux-based digital TV devices agrees to abide by GPL requirements for publishing source code--and is paying the BusyBox programmers.
Xterasys has become the second company to settle its GPL infringement lawsuit with programmers of the Busybox collection of utilities.
Case filed Monday in New York by the Software Freedom Law Center alleges 14 electronics retailers sold products containing BusyBox software in violation of license.
The Free Software Foundation has patiently worked with the networking giant on General Public License compliance for too long. No more.
Word of the successful kernel porting was made on the Linux on the iPhone blog, complete with instructions and source code. About the touch screen, though...
When a company like Bank of America acquires an open-source, software-rich Merrill Lynch, does it need to contribute that software back to the open-source community?
Sourceforge.net has some great new categories for its Awards, with an open way of selecting the participants.
2007 brought a rash of changes to the open-source
The European Union's antitrust actions against Microsoft have freed up server software documentation for use in a major open-source project--for a fee.