Infrastructure Linux News for May 28, 1999
The Economist: Symbian's friends (May 28, 1999, 22:57)
"Because of its mighty parents [Matsushita, Nokia, Motorola, and
Ericsson], Symbian is a potential powerhouse that threatens to lock
Microsoft out of a market that could reach 150m [million] devices
by 2005 and may be even more important for the development of the
Internet than set-top boxes."
Featured Website: TuxFinder (May 28, 1999, 22:54)
"We aim to be the best site for finding what you, as a Linux
devotee, don't want to waste your time writing. Why reinvent the
wheel to make some silly driver when you could play Quake III ? Or
watch the latest Star Wars trailer for the twenty-third time?"
ZDNet: The FUD factor (May 28, 1999, 15:29)
Mary Jo Foley, long-time Microsoft watcher, raises the issue of
journalist responsibility in spreading FUD--and solicits
your suggestions on what reporters can do to separate fact
IndyBox Systems slashes prices (May 28, 1999, 15:21)
"... staying focused on providing the lowest cost of ownership,
while being able to meet the demand for support and service..."
Source Code Engineering Tool for C/C++/Java teams (May 28, 1999, 09:55)
"... the first web architected solution for enterprise-wide
Linux Counter passes 100.000 users (May 28, 1999, 09:46)
Have you registered yet?
LinuxPR: Red Hat's GeekWorld Goes Live (May 28, 1999, 01:09)
"As day four of Red Hat's GeekWorld begins, the six geeky
participants have achieved just about everything but a
Wired: New Motions in Caldera v. MS (May 28, 1999, 00:55)
"I think we have plenty of evidence to go on," Caldera CEO Bryan
PC World: Caldera Calls Microsoft License Anticompetitive (May 28, 1999, 00:48)
"Did Microsoft's bundle muscle push DR-DOS off the market?"