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Harnessing the power of Linux

HP is outsourcing the writing of open-source software, another sign that high-tech firms continue to embrace the upstart technology.

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HP is outsourcing the writing of open-source software, another sign that high-tech firms continue to embrace the upstart technology.

"We have to learn to evolve our business models."

- Steve Ballmer, Microsoft president

 


HP, O'Reilly link firms, programmers
Hewlett-Packard and O'Reilly and Associates unveil a new Web site designed to let companies tap into the pool of open-source programmers.

Ballmer: Open Windows code still possible
Microsoft has not ruled out opening at least part of its Windows operating system code in response to the growing Linux movement, president Steve Ballmer says.

Sun increases Linux support
Sun Microsystems releases software that lets Linux programs run unmodified on Sun Solaris machines, a move that lets Sun bask in a little of Linux' popularity.

Caldera adding Linux to set-top boxes
Caldera Thin Clients will add Linux because it can run on different chips and because the next generation of set-top boxes clears the memory hurdle.

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