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Short Take: Dell to include Linux its PCs August 9, 1999 Dell will preinstall the Linux operating system on its laptops and home computers in the coming months, extending the operating system availability from servers, workstations, and business desktops...
IBM brings Sametime IM to Linux August 14, 2006 With Sametime 7.5 due later this summer, IBM will release a Linux client. Sametime Linux server due first half 2007.
HP: Linux ready for most applications October 1, 2007 Although still making progress, Linux is already secure and reliable enough to be used in mission-critical apps, HP executive says.
Lenovo denies ditching Linux June 5, 2006 The PC maker, which recently signed a $1.2 billion Microsoft deal, says it has no plans to stop supporting the open-source OS.
Google Desktop goes Linux June 28, 2007 Company releases Linux version of desktop search software, which simultaneously scans the Web and computer-stored data for results.
Dell picks Ubuntu for Linux PCs May 1, 2007 Computer maker is trying a second time to sell Linux PCs and has chosen Canonical's Ubuntu to supply the operating system.
Open source gets around November 29, 2006 roundup Trolltech offers a software suite to boost Linux use in mobile phones. Novell, meanwhile, turns away from a well-traveled sector.
Linux kernel gets an update June 20, 2006 Kernel 2.6.17 of the open-source operating system includes support for Sun's Niagara chips, wireless-friendly changes.
Corel to offer free Linux image editor March 10, 2000 Mirroring its strategy with WordPerfect, Corel will offer the Linux version of its image editing software for free to keep from being squeezed out by Microsoft.
Legal summits to tackle Linux September 12, 2007 The Linux Foundation plans two gatherings that will focus on legal issues surrounding open-source software.
Keeping pace with open source June 29, 2007 Linux looms large in software shifts in India. Plus: Version 3 of the GPL gets a long-awaited release.
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