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Opening gambits for open source

Traffic jam hits Ubuntu's "Feisty Fawn" debut, Mozilla Thunderbird 2 takes flight and BabelDisc offers Linux for technophobes.

Software makers put new spins on old standbys, with a heavy emphasis on Linux.

New version 7.04 features virtualization and crash-reporting tool--but only if you're able to download it.
April 19, 2007

The new version of its free, open source e-mail client includes a tool for message tagging and refined folder functions.

April 19, 2007

But the system software, which shuns your hard drive, will also appeal to enterprise IT types, says U.K. Internet pioneer Peter Dawe.
April 18, 2007

blog Linux seller teams with university to encourage use of collaborative model in health care research, biotech and elsewhere.
April 18, 2007

The Collaborative Software Initiative aims to save companies money by coordinating community projects.
April 16, 2007

The Linux variant is taking a different tack on the multi-OS tech as it vies with offerings from Red Hat and Novell.
April 15, 2007