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Gizmos, graphics get open source options

MySQL developers turn to an unlikely source for database tool: Microsoft. Patch readies Linux for cell phones, DVD players. Also: SGI visualizes Linux.

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MySQL developers turn to an unlikely source for database tool: Microsoft. A patch readies Linux for cell phones and DVD players. Also: SGI visualizes Linux.
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MySQL to use Microsoft code

The code, which was open-sourced in April, will be used for the administration tool that connects to the MySQL database.
October 11, 2004

A new direction for Linux for gadgets

MontaVista proposes a modification that could help boost the operating system for cell phones and GPS receivers.
October 11, 2004

SGI touts graphics for Linux line

Addition of high-end graphics to computers based on open-source platform helps company go beyond its proprietary products.
October 11, 2004 previous coverage

Polese steps into open-source fray

Former Sun and Marimba executive Kim Polese takes the helm of SpikeSource, a start-up which will offer services around open-source software.
October 8, 2004

Netline touts open-source move

The maker of a rival Microsoft Exchange product that went open source says its new beta would have taken 10 times longer to do alone.
October 7, 2004

BBC reveals open-source video technology

The British Broadcasting Corp. hopes the new codec will one day give Windows Media Player a run for its money.
October 7, 2004
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