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Open source on the line

roundup Linux shapes up as a software standard for cell phone networks. Also: IBM asks court to chuck SCO contract claims.

roundup Linux shapes up as a software standard for cell phone networks. Also: IBM asks court to chuck SCO contract claims, California sees security in open source, and a London local authority says Microsoft was a better option.


Motorola plans first use of the open-source software in the core of next-generation cell phone networks.
August 16, 2004


SCO Group's faltering attack on Linux faces another threat as Big Blue files motion seeking dismissal of contract claims.
August 16, 2004


Local government in United Kingdom says it didn't use the open-source operating system as a bargaining chip; Microsoft was simply the best option.
August 16, 2004

previous coverage

Authors of a performance review tell the beleaguered state government it could save millions of dollars by adopting open-source software and Internet-based phone calling.
August 13, 2004


Company soon to be formerly known as Lindows cuts IPO price range for second time in two weeks.
August 12, 2004


Open-source operating system's inventor asked to help prevent hijacking of Linux name--a battle he won years ago in the United States.
August 11, 2004