In this week's podcast CNET New's Dan Farber and ZDNet's Larry Dignan talk about Olympics and technology, LinuxWorld and Google's new opt-out policy, which has merged its tracking efforts with DoubleClick's.
There's a good reason behind the relatively light turnout. Corporate IS types, who once treated Linux as if were part of a broader Bolshevik conspiracy, have signed on.
Shuttle, Bug Labs, and OLPC were among the device makers showing off wares at the yearly expo held in San Francisco.
LinuxWorld is running on Windows. How sweet the irony.
Who are the movers and shakers of the open-source business world in 2008? I'm afraid that I am one of them.
Ximian's Nat Friedman talks with News.com's Stephen Shankland about recent developments in Linux desktop software and plans to move users from Windows XP to Linux.
At the LinuxWorld show in San Francisco, ZDNet AnchorDesk Executive Editor David Coursey takes a look at the latest hardware and software for the OS, including new applications for Sharp's Linux - based handheld.
At the LinuxWorld Expo in New York, ZDNet's David Berlind talks with Ximian's David Patrick about the company's Evolution software program, which enables Linux to work with software from Microsoft and Sun.
At LinuxWorld Expo in New York, ZDNet's David Berlind talks to Microsoft's Shawn Nandi about the company's plan to develop applications and software that can interoperate with Linux.
At the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco, CNET's Brian Cooley gets a look at the new IBM eServer 325, which features dual Opteron processors, a Linux operating system and a lower price point.