Best of the eWEEK: Borland Goes Bold

By eweek  |  Posted 2006-02-10 Print this article Print

Here are the top news stories, columns, reviews and blogs for this eWEEK.

It was a huge week for Borland, who has boldly decided will divest its tools business. One problem: What company will buy it and court a fight against open source tools? There was also lots of buzz around the need for Linux to get with the graphics pros on Adobe products. And RIM released its around-the-no-patent fix. Dont you just love the drama with the Blackberry? Here are the most read stories for this eWEEK: Top News Stories:
  • Borland to Divest Dev Tools with Segue Buyout
  • Free Removal Tools Released as Blackworm Approaches
  • Dude, Youre Getting a Google
  • Why Photoshop Tops Most-Wanted Linux App List
  • LISP Deserves a Fresh Look
  • Research In Motion Unveils Workaround Plan
  • Microsoft Gives Workarounds for New IE, Windows Flaws
  • ActiveState Returns to Open-Source Roots
  • Urgent Alert Raised for Blackworm D-Day
  • NIST Defines Standards for Biometric Federal ID Cards
    Editors Picks
  • Hosted App Customers Look for SLAs with Teeth
  • EFF: Dont Use Google Desktop Top Reviews:
  • IE 7 Beta 2 Shows Progress
  • Spyware Gets Boot at the Gateway
  • Visual Studio 2005: Bright Lights and Shadows Top Columns:
  • Why Photoshop Tops Most-Wanted Linux App List
  • A Slow Death for ActiveX?
  • Goodmail Is a Much Misunderstood Solution Top Blogs:
  • USB Could Sap Core Duos Power
  • Google to Telcos:Broadband? We Dont Need No Steenking Broadband!
  • Steve Bryants Intermedia blog
  • NSA Uses D-Shield Too!

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