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Developer Linux News for Mar 11, 2010

  • Commercial Gaming, Coming Soon to Linux? (Mar 11, 2010, 17:33)
    Linux Magazine: "The inability to play the latest off the shelf commercial games has been a thorn in the side of Linux for a long time. With companies such as Valve starting to embrace other platforms, will that be the catalyst Linux needs to become a first class citizen? "

  • Mobile that allows bosses to snoop on staff developed (Mar 11, 2010, 17:03)
    BBC News: "Researchers have produced a mobile phone that could be a boon for prying bosses wanting to keep tabs on the movements of their staff."

  • Open Source NoSQL Databases Ramp Up (Mar 11, 2010, 16:33)
    Database Journal: "For most of the Web era, Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) based on SQL have dominated the database landscape. But over the course of the last year, a new approach has begun to take hold known as NoSQL, offering an alternative to the traditional RDBMS."

  • Get started with Omnis Studio (Mar 11, 2010, 15:33)
    Linux User and Developer: "Omnis Studio is a cross-platform (Windows, Mac and Linux) Rapid Application Development tool. It allows you to quickly build applications using a combination of graphical elements as well as a code editor."

  • IBM hopes to make mobile devices more accessible (Mar 11, 2010, 13:03)
    CNet: "IBM is embarking on a research project to design mobile gadgets that are easier to use for people who have disabilities or aren't fully literate."

  • CodePlex refresh, FOSS projects more compatible with Windows (Mar 11, 2010, 00:03)
    ars Technica: "Microsoft's role in forming the CodePlex foundation reflects the company's growing acceptance of the open source development model and willingness to collaborate with other commercial vendors on open source technology."