Linux vendor will make a pre-boot operating system for Windows boxes.
Linspire, the company that once raised Microsoft's ire with its Linux-based Lindows operating system, is being swallowed by Xandros, another Linux company.
Linspire and Xandros are apparently tying the knot. It's doubtful that two negatives can make a positive.
French site blogeee.net has gotten its hands on a prototype of an Asus Eee Keyboard, a media center computer shoehorned into a keyboard.
The companies extend their partnership to help customers deploy Windows Mobile e-mail on open-source mail servers.
RealPlayer on Linux Netbooks has become a reality thanks to a new licensing agreement, and maybe Ubuntu Netbooks will become a little more media-savvy.
Scalix will become an independent subsidiary of Xandros, a Linux specialist trying to expand its product range.
Technical and legal pact calls for product interoperability and legal protections for common customers.
Software giant announces a deal in which TomTom will pay for coverage related to mapping and file-management patents that Microsoft claimed were infringed by the Linux kernel.
The products we'll be eyeing at Demo 09, from a desktop client for aggregating social network activity to software for corporate crisis management.