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Fresh fields for open source

Collaborative methods find fans in new areas of software development, from business tools to malicious code.

Collaborative methods are finding fans in new areas of software development, from business tools to malicious code.

Hyperic tries open-source management

Start-up applies the open-source model to the enterprise management software business.
July 17, 2006

Novell spiffs up its Linux act

High Impact Virtualization tops list of Suse Linux improvements as Novell tries to gain ground against Red Hat.
July 14, 2006

Virus writers use open-source methods

Antivirus vendor McAfee cites potential for harm if power, efficiency of open source is misused.
July 17, 2006

Robot backers turn to Linux

A Japanese tech group taps low-cost components to help spur development of humanoid robots.
July 14, 2006

Site helps developers navigate open-source jungle

Ohloh compiles data on open-source projects, in an effort to help people find, compare software and choose the right one.
June 14, 2006

previous coverage

Open source casts new mold for type design

DejaVu font development gives Linux another toehold for its push into proprietary territory.
Image: The DejaVu font
July 11, 2006

Ingres picks up former NYSE tech guru

Roger Burkhardt will serve as president and chief operating officer of the open-source company.
July 11, 2006