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Behind the scenes on SourceForge's acquisition of Ohloh

SourceForge has been on a roll lately, improving services and now acquiring Ohloh, which promises to make the company more relevant to software developers their employers.

By May 29, 2009

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Shuttle Atlantis moved to pad for Hubble launch

NASA gears up for the May 12 launch of space shuttle Atlantis on a long-awaited five-spacewalk mission to give the Hubble Space Telescope a new lease on life.

By March 31, 2009

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New SDK for iPhone OS 2.2 released

New SDK for iPhone OS 2.2 released

By November 21, 2008

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Why David Beckham should not play for Team Open Source

David Beckham plays soccer. Sort of. Some companies claim to be open source. Sort of. Here's why both are bad for the game.

By September 12, 2007

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Newbie touts hosted supply chain for smaller firms

Mitrix is stepping out of the shadow of Japanese conglomerate Mitsui to test the market for hosted supply chain software.

By June 3, 2005

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Torvalds unveils new Linux control system

Linux founder launches "Git," a new tool for managing the operating system's heart. A dispute had led him to drop the previous system.

By April 20, 2005

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Commentary: Big changes for NetWeaver

Despite SAP's platform adjustment plans, customers should expect to see few near-term changes, as the company joins the integreation and infrastructure software market.

March 5, 2004

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Commentary: Filling a void for RFID

Companies experimenting with radio frequency identification tags and readers are learning that they need new software to get the most out of their efforts.

February 19, 2004

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CDC Software enters Pivotal sweepstakes

Chinese-controlled CDC Software joins the bidding war to acquire Pivotal, a maker of software for managing customer relationships.

By November 18, 2003

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Supply chain's growing pains

Both the term "supply chain management" and the discipline it describes have evolved considerably over the past two decades.

October 25, 2003