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Open source in the current

The flow of open-source software into the mainstream continues apace, as Sun releases a StarOffice revamp, and legal wrangles fail to divert business customers away from Linux.

roundup The flow of open-source software into the mainstream continues apace, as Sun releases a StarOffice revamp, and legal wrangles fail to divert business customers away from Linux.


The newest version of Sun Microsystems' StarOffice desktop software suite, a competitor to Microsoft Office, is available at Lindows.com and Sun's online store.
October 15, 2003


The developer of open-source Net software unveils the latest version of its Web applications package and announces fee-based services, a step back to its Netscape roots.
October 15, 2003


More than 80 percent of companies that are thinking about implementing Linux have not re-evaluated their plans in response to the SCO Group's Linux litigation, according to a recent survey.
October 14, 2003


Two companies that sell Linux for computing devices such as network equipment or DVD players settle a lawsuit that involves the alleged mishandling of open-source software.
October 13, 2003


The software maker announces its third-generation operating system for telecommunications equipment, scheduled to be available in the fourth quarter.
October 13, 2003