1LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006
Thin-client vendor NoMachine have a message for would-be desktop hackers.
2LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – E-mail Garden
When ‘Youve Got Mail’ at LinuxWorld, Linux is more than ready to help.
3LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop
Novells SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop mail stations may have not been in use at sometime during the show, but we never saw them vacant.
4LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Unicon Systems Mbridge
Unicon Systems Mbridge is a Linux-powered bridge for swapping data between cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players, and almost any other handheld device youd care to name.
5LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Vespa
Tux appears ready to ride on the San Francisco streets with a new Vespa. We did notice, by the way, an amazing number of Vespas and other scooters on the roads. Coincidence?
6LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Novell
Novells new slogan is Your Linux is ready. We predict youre going to be seeing a lot of it.
7LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – SlickEdit
OK, were big kids. Our favorite give-away on the shows floor were these bouncy spiders from SlickEdit, a programming editor.
8LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Motorola
Nevertheless, Motorola assures us that we can be cool too with its Hellomoto phones.
9LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Linux-powered phones
Or, you can be elegant and cool with these Linux-powered phones.
10LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – DDR
DDR (Dance, Dance, Revolution, a popular game that my seventeen year owns loves)) arrives on Linux phones. Dance mat sold separately.
11LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Lenovo
Lenovo has more than a SUSE Linux-powered ThinkPad to offer customers. They also were giving away penguin-radios.
12LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006 – Linux Journal
If we are to believe this issue of Linux Journal, Linus may have had to make version 0.01 of Linux with stone knives and bearskins.