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open-source marketing

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Apple ceding open-source app market to Google?

Apple's cumbersome approval and development process may be turning open-source developers to Google Android, which could prove to be a big loss for Apple and its customers.

By January 5, 2010

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The wrong marketing for open source

CIOs aren't buying the "freedom" message for open source. They're buying tangible benefits that open source delivers.

By September 30, 2009

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Can open source monopolize a market?

Open source is very good at breaking up old monopolies, but what happens when open-source projects monopolize markets?

By September 28, 2009

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How open source levels all software market segments

A new study about open-source business intelligence shows that all markets start to look alike thanks to the leveling effect of freely available software.

By August 25, 2009

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Can open source be consumer friendly?

Open source has traditionally relied on geeks for development and word-of-mouth marketing. To reach the next level, however, open source needs more focus on UI.

By January 4, 2010

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Untangle shows how to make open source pay in the SMB market

Untangle CEO Bob Walters suggests the key to a winning SMB market strategy is to go long on open source and ease of use, while keeping complexity at arm's length.

By June 19, 2009

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Open source's evolving marketing message

Open source has a much broader message to sell than freedom.

By June 17, 2009

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When will open source get the SMB market right?

The SMB market is billed as a natural for open source, but most open-source vendors continue to emulate the complexity of enterprise software, stifling their relevance.

By June 15, 2009

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Qualcomm gets into open source, pigs begin to fly

If Qualcomm wants its new open-source subsidiary to be more than just marketing, it needs to start contributing actual code.

By October 27, 2009

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Samsung Tizen-based TVs could hit market in 2014, CEO says

Boo-Keun Yoon, co-CEO of Samsung and head of the consumer electronics business, tells a German publication that the company is working on televisions running the open source operating system.

By September 12, 2013