Linux News for Dec 30, 2005
Editor's Note: The Top 10 Stories for 2005 (Dec 30, 2005, 23:30)
Our annual tradition continues with a look at the stories you
thought were most interesting during the last 12 months.
Electronic Business Asia Online: Renesas� SH-Mobile Supported by Wipro's AQUA (Dec 30, 2005, 22:00)
"Renesas Technology and Wipro Technologies have announced that
they have succeeded to port Wipro's AQUA - a Linux based mobile
phone reference framework- onto Renesas' SH-Mobile Series
application processors for 2.5G and 3G mobile phones..."
eWeek: MySQL vs. the Lite Databases: A Fair Comparison? (Dec 30, 2005, 20:30)
"Not to pick on MySQL—I'm glad to see they were picked to
be editor's choice in Builder AU's recent road test of
eWeek: The Open-Source Martyr Meets His Fate (Dec 30, 2005, 19:00)
"Well, we don't have Peter Quinn to kick around anymore..."
Internetnews.com: GNU Telephony Stack Opens Up VoIP (Dec 30, 2005, 18:00)
"The GNU (define) Telephony stack is out and aiming to provide
users of proprietary VoIP (define) stacks with a free software
Technology Evaluation Center: Demand at the Fount of Open Source (Dec 30, 2005, 17:30)
"This article provides an overview of Free and open source
software (FOSS) concepts for both enterprise software clients and
vendors that would like to be let in on the buzz..."
LinuxInsider: ComputerWorld: Mandriva Eyes Corporate Marketplace (Dec 30, 2005, 16:00)
"Mandriva, now the third-largest Linux Get Linux or Windows
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distributor behind Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHAT) Latest News about Red Hat
and Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) Latest News about Novell, is pushing to
move from its consumer and small-business market niches into the
realm of enterprise IT..."
Blogosphere goes wild for Firefox P2P extension (Dec 30, 2005, 14:30)
"Bloggers around the world have been talking about the latest
Firefox extension, even though it isn't yet available..."
Express Computer: High Availability and Cluster Computing (Dec 30, 2005, 13:03)
"A cluster refers to a group of loosely coupled computers that
work together as one..."