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The real reason most source is closed? Open is hard (Jun 23, 2011)

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Symbian: A Lesson on the Wrong Way to Use Open Source (Oct 29, 2010)

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iPhone App Exchange: Where�s the Open Source Love? (Aug 09, 2010)

Microsoft should starve on radical penguin diet (Jul 31, 2010)

Novell: 20 chances to reinvent itself (May 20, 2010)

Fragmenting Linux is not the way to beat Apple (May 13, 2010)

Google: Numbers favor Android over iPhone (Apr 28, 2010)

Suddenly the native app is cool again (Mar 25, 2010)

Tim O'Reilly: 'Whole Web' is the OS of the future (Mar 19, 2010)

Will open source ever be completely free? (Feb 24, 2010)

The 'year of the Linux desktop' has passed (Feb 19, 2010)

The application is the new the operating system (Feb 09, 2010)

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California blesses open source as 'acceptable' (Jan 12, 2010)

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