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Open-source projects on a roll

Format behind OpenOffice suite gets boost in Boston, while backers of integration software look for safety in numbers.

The format behind the OpenOffice suite gets a boost in Boston, while backers of integration software look for safety in numbers. Also: Cops grapple with open-source browsers.

Massachusetts to adopt 'open' desktop

State intends to phase out office applications from Microsoft and others in favor of software based on "open" standards.
September 1, 2005

Open-source projects intertwine for integration

Three projects join forces to create alternative to software-integration products from IBM and others.
August 31, 2005

Alternative browsers pose challenge for cybersleuths

The advent of Firefox and Opera means cybercops have to learn new tricks to conduct successful investigations.
August 31, 2005

blog Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference is the place to be for all things .Net. That is, unless you favor running .Net applications on Linux.
August 30, 2005

TimeSys adds new embedded Linux option

New take on simplifying chaos of open-source realm connects programmers to continuous stream of relevant software updates.
August 29, 2005