Think you know how the Linux kernel is developed? Think again
On the eve of the release of the iPhone 3G S, Larry Magid spoke with Apple iPod and iPhone marketing VP Greg Joswiak
At the Buzz: Brain of Oz launch, Sony trotted out former game show hosts Ian Turpie (The Price is Right), Greg Evans (Perfect Match) and "Baby" John Burgess (Wheel of Fortune, Catchphrase) to spruik the Aussie edition of Buzz. They also took some time out to answer our most pressing questions.
From the iPhone 3G launch at the New York Apple Store, CNET Editor Jeff Bakalar speaks with Greg 'Joz' Joswiak, VP of iPhone and iPod Worldwide Marketing, about some of the new features on the iPhone 3G.
Utilities Updates: Greg's Browser; Kingston Ethernet; G3/G4 Cache Profiler; more
Kaleidoscope 2.2: a reply from Greg Landweber
A Microsoft executive outlines the thinking behind its move and notes it was a key Linux contributor from Novell who first suggested the move.
Open-source development, when it works, perhaps works so well and at such a frenetic pace that no proprietary vendor can hope to compete.
The newest Linux kernel, version 3.3, includes code from Google's Android project. That should help both Android and other Linux-based projects.