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Oracle, Red Hat spar over Linux

Oracle and Red Hat offer markedly different perspectives on Oracle's plan two years ago to support Red Hat's own Linux customers

Bridging two wireless access points

Columnist Ron Nutter says connecting two wireless access points can be done, as long as you don't use it to service laptop users at the same time

U.S. Defence Department was sold counterfeit Cisco gear, according to FBI presentation

According to a leaked U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation presentation, the FBI is very concerned about the issue of counterfeit Cisco equipment. The presentation underscores problems in the Cisco supply chain.

Inside the Green Grid’s action plan

The environmentally-minded industry consortium held its technical committee meeting in San Francisco last week with input from U.S., Japanese and European concerns. Find out what's next

Knicks statisticians showcase their gadgets

IT plays a major role in capturing, editing, packaging and distributing content on basketball scores, plus stats on player and team performance, to sports fans around the world. Here's how

Technology takes business global

Improvements in communications equipment are helping firms expand to far-off regions, but with increased distances come increased challenges.

Sun opens up about OpenSolaris strategy

Looking to steal thunder from the Linux juggernaut or at least catch the same wave, the company plans to release binaries in Spring 2008 for its Unix platform as part of the company's "Project Indiana"

Microsoft withholds support for GPLv3 software

As the latest version of a popular open source licence comes to light, the world's biggest software company says it will reject any applications that comply with it

Oil distributor gets slick with ERP

With little IT manpower and no time to spare, the Canadian distributor of Castrol products builds a whole new sales and distribution system from the ground up

Open-source guru knocks Fedora

Eric Raymond, influential developer and co-founder of the Open Source Initiative, has delivered a public rebuke to Red Hat's Fedora project, saying he is switching to the Ubuntu distribution after 13 years as a loyal Red Hat user, citing numerous technical and governance problems around Fedora.

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