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What I learned from Lineo's failure

Sometimes the best lessons come from our failures. Such was the case with Lineo.

By January 29, 2008


Mozilla, MontaVista, ARM, and others collaborate on a new/old device

A group of open-source friendly companies are getting together to build a device that even a mother likely won't love.

By August 18, 2008


Red Hat's Szulik named entrepreneur of the year

Matthew Szulik is Ernst & Young's 2008 Entrepreneur of the Year, a distinction he has earned.

By November 17, 2008


Three new open source CEOs

Open source will be getting a new crop of CEOs, but will it be getting experience with them?

By April 11, 2008


Intalio planning '8 to 10' open-source acquisitions

The business process management specialist wants to go on a buying binge, but it's an open question as to whether it can stomach so many new acquisitions.

By January 21, 2009


The GPL to get its day in court

The GPL is going to court. Maybe. Probably not.

By September 20, 2007


Microsoft gearing up for layoffs? Let's hope not

Company is rumored to be preparing itself for deep layoffs in an attempt to bolster profitability. But even this Microsoft critic can't get excited about Microsofties out of work.

By December 25, 2008


Nortel's "feel-good marketing move" for Pingtel

Pingtel never rocked anyone's world, which is why it was picked up for peanuts by Nortel.

By August 18, 2008


Ubuntu opens up a new market for Linux: Mobile

Mark Shuttleworth of Ubuntu Linux fame is doing what other Linux vendors have never done: He's creating new markets, rather than cannibalizing old ones.

By July 22, 2008


Who's afraid of embedded Linux? Microsoft

Microsoft is running scared of embedded Linux. It should be. It's fighting a losing battle.

By April 15, 2008