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One suit of armour to rule them all

Before he was into the whole giant-flaming-eyeball thing, Sauron wandered around in a pretty sweet set of spiky plate armour. Now, you too can stride around as the Lord of the Rings.

By September 2, 2012


Would you rather have a super smartphone or a new Netbook?

Nvidia's Tegra processor may hit Netbooks and smartphones. Is this the start of a new trend?

By June 30, 2009


VMware and the GPL: Round two

The question of whether VMware ESX Server violates the terms of the GPL has again raised its head.

By August 8, 2008


Oracle: Just say no to operating systems

Company is determined to keep making its statement, time and time again, that, someday, the operating system won't matter.

By November 12, 2007


Amazon's newer business model

There's little question that more and more storage and computing will move out into the cloud over time. The question--well, one of them anyway--is where the economic scale points lie.

By October 30, 2007


Study: Most don't see downloading movies as 'very serious'

Most people believe downloading copyright movies without paying for them is not a "big deal," says study director.

By January 25, 2007


VMware to test new high-end product

ESX Server 3.0 beta due to go to 2,700 testers, but final product likely to arrive months later than expected.

By February 10, 2006


Red Hat looks under Linux's hood

Trying to take a more active role in open-source programming, Red Hat is expanding its R&D efforts on the operating system.

By November 1, 2005


Virtual Iron expands management to others' turf

Start-up is expanding its management software to control a rival software foundation, Xen.

By August 7, 2005


Xen lures big-name endorsements

In just a few short months, the open-source software package has been catapulted from obscurity to the limelight.

By February 18, 2005