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Open source, from Apache to Zimbra

In the software business, you can't just sit around--there's always a new feature to add or the Joneses to keep up with.

In the software business, you can't just sit around--there's always a new feature to add or the Joneses to keep up with. Here's what the open-source crowd is up to these days.

perspective Attorney Eric J. Sinrod explains the ramifications of a recent case on the future of open-source software.
November 22, 2006

Integrated presence and an expanded offline Web client are also on the development schedule for the open-source software company.
November 16, 2006

images Take a look at the 10 extensions Download.com editors say are must-haves for Firefox 2 users.
November 15, 2006

The open-source Java effort Apache Harmony has graduated to a full-fledged Apache project.
November 14, 2006

If Sun switched its Unix version to the General Public License, it could permit code-swapping with Linux.
November 14, 2006

blog Open-source development team says deal forces users to agree to "coercive" license agreements.
November 14, 2006

blogma Time magazine's European edition includes Linux creator in its "60 Years of Heroes" tribute.
November 14, 2006

Company is creating a council with other technology vendors in an effort to sort out product interoperability problems.
November 14, 2006

Volunteer "citizen cartographers" are aiming to create a free, open-source, wiki-style map of the planet.
November 13, 2006

blog IBM is urging Sun to participate in existing open-source Java projects at the Apache Foundation rather than start new ones.
November 13, 2006

After years of requests and debates, Sun is ready to release Java source code under a Linux-friendly license.
November 12, 2006

Taiwanese hardware manufacturer introduces a smart phone that runs a Linux-based environment called OpenMoko.
Photos: FIC's Linux handset
November 9, 2006