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Leaked Mojo SDK should speed WebOS development for Palm Pre

Derek Schauland thinks that the leaking of the Palm Pre SDK could be a good thing for WebOS development and help it compete better with Apple. Should Palm embrace the leak? Read more


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Storage in the cloud: Requires a different mindset

In traditional computing infrastructures – brick and mortar IT if you will – storage is fairly simple to understand. There are two main areas of management – data and disks. In regards to cloud computing, the data management doesn't go away. Read more

Time to reconsider security zones in system and network design

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Use Makefiles for more than handling source code

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Will Microsoft threaten open source C# implementations?

Richard Stallman warned the Linux community that it should remove any free implementation of the C# language for fear of patent backlash from Microsoft. Is he getting soft in his later years or does he have a point? Jack Wallen tackles this issue with some possible solutions and some questions for the open source community. Read more

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iGoogle is an incredibly customizable Web home page or personalized portal. Properly leveraged, iGoogle provides busy professionals with a single Web page for viewing and sending email, tracking tasks, checking flights, finding directions and performing other critical daily business tasks. Read more

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If your company (or department) is looking for a groupware suite that includes tools designed for product development you will want to take a look at the open source TUTOS. Read more

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We've published hundreds of galleries so far this year -- images of the products, people and events that matter most to business. The most viewed images include first peeks at Microsoft's Windows 7, the Palm Pre running Palm Web OS, and Installing Mac OS X on a Dell Mini 9 netbook. Here are images from the 10 most popular galleries. View on site


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