Utilities Updates: RealView; FinderPop; Technical Snapshot; more
Plat'home has a fun new contest that puts Linux servers into the palm of your hand (literally.)
Nokia has made a big bet on open sourcing Symbian, but it's apparently also hedging this bet with Linux.
Sun has been slow to relinquish Solaris for Linux. Given the choices, is this surprising?
Chicago Mercantile Exchange has long derived benefits from Linux, and now it's giving back.
Red Hat dominates Linux kernel development, but does Canonical show other ways to contribute?
VMware is getting serious about building out its open-source expertise.
Taken together, the moves mark a shift away from having to rely on Microsoft Windows to host the software used to manage servers with VMware installed.
The cross-platform runtime has come to Linux, mostly intact, and full of the same power that makes it a winner on Windows and Mac.
HP grabs headlines with lengthy battery life, slim notebooks, and a high-fashion collaboration. Plus, Linux loses ThinkPads, gains a Netbook. It's the week in laptops!