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.
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.
The companies extend their partnership to help customers deploy Windows Mobile e-mail on open-source mail servers.
Scalix will become an independent subsidiary of Xandros, a Linux specialist trying to expand its product range.
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.
Technical and legal pact calls for product interoperability and legal protections for common customers.
The products we'll be eyeing at Demo 09, from a desktop client for aggregating social network activity to software for corporate crisis management.