CUPS code runneth over to Apple, fee-based Zonbu PC taps Linux, and the clock ticks down for PHP 4.
Apple takes over CUPS, Unix printing software
Mac maker acquires the source code for CUPS, an open-source project for managing printing on Unix and Linux systems. July 17, 2007
Subscription-based PCs are not a new idea--and never popular--but Grégoire Gentil and Alain Rossmann have devised a green twist. The New York Times July 17, 2007
Open-source vendors: Monopolies waiting to happen?
JBoss developer Roy Russo wonders if all open-source companies are de facto monopolistic. So much for peace, love and open source. July 16, 2007
Programmers say they'll stop developing version 4 of the software for creating dynamic Web sites, but some who prefer it to the current version aren't happy. July 16, 2007
OpenMosix pulls the plug
The open-source project that runs software across a group of computers will shut down on March 1. July 16, 2007
Open-Xchange goes Express, sheds its Suse roots
Open-Xchange releases an SMB-focused version of its e-mail collaboration software--and it's built on Ubuntu, despite founders' history with Suse. July 15, 2007
New site is designed to spur development of OS for improved mobile Web surfing, networking, power management, user interface, more. July 16, 2007
Nonprofit and chipmaker have faced off over low-cost laptops in the past, but they're coming together to bring PCs to kids. July 13, 2007
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