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Firefox heats up

Mozilla aims for 1 million downloads of its open-source browser in the next 10 days. Also: Common ground for Linux backers.

Mozilla aims for 1 million downloads of its open-source browser in the next 10 days. Also: Big names get behind Linux standard and stir the pot for open source.


With debut of browser preview and community marketing site, questions arise over Firefox's long-term potential.
September 14, 2004


The latest version of the open-source rival to Microsoft's IE, which is picking up business fans, promises to work with KDE.
September 13, 2004


If Linux Standard Base 2.0 becomes the de facto guide for companies working on open source, Microsoft may face more competition.
September 13, 2004


As it readies Solaris 10, Sun develops an open-source project modeled on Apple's Darwin and Red Hat's Fedora.
September 13, 2004


The Linux adversary again demands evidence from Big Blue and cites allegedly contradictory testimony.
September 13, 2004


CEO Jack Messman tells conference crowd that Microsoft's license fees have hobbled the IT industry.
September 13, 2004


The OpenPower systems, starting at $5,000, are based on the Power5 chip and will run SuSE or Red Hat versions of Linux.
September 13, 2004


CEO asserts the future of software development will not be found in the open-source or proprietary models.
September 13, 2004