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Research In Motion's Record Year "For its fiscal third quarter, Waterloo (Ont.)-based RIM reported sales of $835 million, up 49% from the same period a year ago, and profits of $176 million, or 93 cents a share. That beats the year-ago quarter by 46%." I guess NTP didn't
Pirates crack Vista Activation Server | APC Magazine (tags: windows vista licensing) Has the Desktop Linux Bubble Burst? - OSNews.com A rather melodramatic title -- my first thought was, "what bubble? -- the author asks where are the next-gen GNOME and KDE to go up against
I missed today's Microsoft and Novell joint webinar, but I cruised over to Novell's website to download the slide deck from the presentation. Perhaps not surprisingly, the slide deck was pretty short on content, but a couple of items caught my eye. For one thing, there's a slide early on
Debian/Ruby Extras - Position on RubyGems I've been messing around with Ruby, and also reviewing Ubuntu and OpenSUSE. The two projects are taking separate tacks regarding Ruby packaging. Debian, and therefore Ubuntu, sticks with its own packaging system, and doesn't ship with Ruby's rubygems......
Ian Murdock, the founder (and second syllable) of the Linux operating system Debian, is sounding off about his displeasure with software installation on Linux.For instance, he cites the install procedure for Sun's Java Studio Creator. On Windows, you double click the exe. On Linux, make the...
Let's see if we can sort this out. IBM and Yahoo are teaming up to undermine the one box that Google would like to sell to businesses. Microsoft and HP are teaming up to sell you pre-packaged "People Ready" apps in a box to counter IBM's Global Services. And Cisco,
The Next Big Social Network Here's what's wrong with the current spate of social networks. They are too easy for everyone to join, they make it too easy to know too much about you and they are being taken over by big corporate entities. I should also add that they