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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.
Companies use operational data to improve efficiencies, but the truly exciting intelligence/data movement is in the area of personal data applications like Lose It, Runkeeper, and Wesabe.
Google Chrome just got faster, but until it and other competing browsers get Firefox's community, Firefox will continue to outpace its rivals.
Oracle risks alienating MySQL's developers, given that it might have little incentive to ensure its future success. This could provide fodder for a fruitful fork--by Red Hat.
The U.S. health care system is a mess, but an open-source middleware broker that connects disparate data sources could help.
President Obama is asking Sun Microsytems' chairman to fill him in on the benefits of open-source software.
A survey suggests that 40 percent of the coders plan to deploy applications via the cloud, seemingly overlooking the inapplicability of open-source licensing to the cloud.
Red Hat is putting money into JasperSoft, perhaps validating the open-source business intelligence vendor.
We are living through a massive sell-off on the stock markets, fueled by sheer panic. At what point does panic become funny?