MySQL is experimenting with a permutation of its business model. Unfortunately, it botched the marketing of it.
MySQL's Workbench licensing decision really isn't much of a question of proprietary versus open source. It's about speed of development.
Another NES controller coffee table has arrived on the scene -- this time with a distinctly steampunk flavor.
Ansys, a company specializing in computer-based engineering simulations, inches the moon-shot idea one step closer to reality.
A company known as A-EON has snapped up the AmigaOne trademark and slapped it on a new computer known as the AmigaOne X1000. Alright granddad, settle down before you break something
MySQL will make money going forward because it has figured out new ways to monetize software, says CNET Blog Network contributor Matt Asay.
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