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Apple touts its open source OS

In a move to capture some of the spirit of the Linux programming philosophy, the computer maker announces the release of Mac OS X Server.

Apple's Steve Jobs is preaching open source to the masses. In a move to capture some of the spirit of the Linux programming philosophy, the computer maker announced the release of its Mac OS X Server. Meanwhile, Linux users still struggle in the mainstream. Just last week, users missed out on an early Internet release of the new Star Wars trailer, lacking a viewing platform.

Apple opens parts of its OS
The computer vendor takes its first tentative steps toward the open source philosophy by opening up the source code to parts of its Mac OS X Server in an effort to garner support from developers.

Apple's OS X eyes Linux
update Apple Computer is counting on its new Mac OS X Server software to snare both Linux developers and customers.

Apple feels the Force with Star Wars
The Phantom Menace sweeps across the Net, clogging Web servers and filling PC speakers with the familiar strains of the Star Wars theme.