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lucene

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Open-source Lucene threatens Microsoft, Google enterprise search

As the open-source search project Lucene grows in credibility and commercialization, it poses a clear and present danger to the proprietary search businesses of Microsoft, Google, Autonomy, and more.

By July 16, 2009

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LinkedIn and MySpace upgrade search with open-source Lucene

Lucene is the latest open-source project to become popular with Web developers.

By November 25, 2008

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Lucid Imagination conjures up $6 million

The company, which aims to commercialize the popular Lucene open-source enterprise search technology, attracts a Series A round of venture financing.

By January 27, 2009

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The difficulty inherent in managing an open-source community

Want to contribute to an open-source community? It's not for the impatient...

By September 11, 2008

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CIA invests in open-source enterprise search

In-Q-Tel invests in open-source enterprise search vendor Lucid Imagination. It's good to see government users supporting the projects they use.

By June 22, 2009

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Oracle releases 'buggy' Java SE7

Developers are reporting that the version contains bugs that could cause a Java Virtual Machines to crash or affect applications. SE7 is the first milestone since Oracle bought Java's creator, Sun.

By July 29, 2011

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Open source a "sign of management failure"

Wouldn't it be fair to call "management failure" whenever people do not spend time writing open-source software, given their own dependence on it?

By April 29, 2008

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ITDatabase aims to make tech PR a smarter place

ITDatabase is a new company designed to help tech PR people get smarter about the authors they target.

By May 4, 2009

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Open source: The new patent regime

Open source has a way of making the intellectual property regime much more efficient, and much less complacent.

By November 12, 2008

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IBM BigSheets to preserve fleeting Web data

Big Blue's new analytics software project will help extract, annotate, and visually analyze terabytes of Web information. Among its early adopters: the British Library.

By February 24, 2010